Listing No: 4250324

99 Tibradden Circle, Ascot WA 6104

EOI FROM $369,900

3 1 2 House
Property snapshot
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Car Spaces 2
Land Area 265m2
Floor Area 120m2
Council Rates $1513/yr

2ND CHANCE BARGAIN RIVERSIDE GREEN TITLE HOME

This bargain priced riverside property in ASCOT location is just perfect for first home buyers, FIFO workers or retirees. if you've been searching for a property under $400,000 that ticks all the boxes this could be the one that you can finally call home!
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reiwa.com listing summary for 99 Tibradden Circle, Ascot

Described by the agent as '2ND CHANCE BARGAIN RIVERSIDE GREEN TITLE HOME', 99 Tibradden Circle, Ascot WA 6104 is a 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom house for sale by Devon Kelly from Laurie Kelly Real Estate. This property was listed for sale with a listing price of EOI FROM $369,900.

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Suburb Profile

Ascot

GROWTH 12.3%
MED.PRICE $730,000
POPULATION 2,572
Ascot

Ascot is an inner-city suburb of Perth that has undergone substantial redevelopment in recent years. Home to more than 2,270 people following a population increase in the mid 1990s, Ascot is well known for its recreational facilities and has an industrial sector along the Great Eastern Highway. Its total land area spans four square kilometres.

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About Ascot

Ascot is an inner-city suburb of Perth that has undergone substantial redevelopment in recent years. Home to more than 2,270 people following a population increase in the mid 1990s, Ascot is well known for its recreational facilities and has an industrial sector along the Great Eastern Highway. Its total land area spans four square kilometres.

Life in Ascot

Arguably the most notable feature of the suburb is the Ascot Racecourse, a major horse racing track, which never fails to draw a crowd. There are plenty of parks in the suburb, like Adachi Park, Garvey Park and Hardey Park, which provide terrific outdoor locations to explore and play. The Swan River is an alluring fixture of Ascot, bounding it to the north and west.

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