Listing No: 4243008

B/178 Starflower Road, Henley Brook WA 6055

$570 Weekly

3 2 4 Pets allowed House
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Bond $2,480.00
Furnished Unfurnished
Date Available 07-06-2019
Pets Allowed Yes

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FIRST WEEK FREE

This cottage is perfect for a tenant with horses as ALL the equestrian facilities, including a superb fenced arena and reticulated paddocks with shelters, are for the exclusive use of the tenant.
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Described by the agent as 'FIRST WEEK FREE', B/178 Starflower Road, Henley Brook WA 6055 is a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom house for rent by Joanna Dale from Dale Park Properties. This property was listed for rent with a listing price of $570 Weekly.

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Henley Brook

RENT GROWTH 7.8%
MED.RENT $415
POPULATION 2,517
Henley Brook

The suburb of Henley Brook takes its name from one of the earliest named areas in Western Australia. In March 1827, Captain Stirling was exploring the Swan River and when he reached the extremity of navigable water for their long boat, he made a close inspection of the country. Stirling named an area near Upper Swan "Henley Park" and this name was used as a property name in 1830 by W H Mackie and F C Irwin when they settled here. A brook flowing though the property was recorded as Henley Brook in 1842 and this name was approved as the suburb name in 1972.

About Henley Brook

The suburb of Henley Brook takes its name from one of the earliest named areas in Western Australia. In March 1827, Captain Stirling was exploring the Swan River and when he reached the extremity of navigable water for their long boat, he made a close inspection of the country. Stirling named an area near Upper Swan "Henley Park" and this name was used as a property name in 1830 by W H Mackie and F C Irwin when they settled here. A brook flowing though the property was recorded as Henley Brook in 1842 and this name was approved as the suburb name in 1972.

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Growth of Nearby Suburbs

West Swan 6.9%
Herne Hill 5.1%
Aveley -4.5%