Listing No: 3909271

Lot 1446 Great Southern Highway, Highbury WA 6313

Sold: 10 May 2017 SOLD Save property

Sold Price: $700,000

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A Golden Opportunity at Highbury

A very rare opportunity has arisen for you to purchase 637 acres on the highway at Highbury, just south of Narrogin. This is really attractive farmland that has been used for cropping and grazing in recent years. Access to the property is easy from several roads, fences are in good condition, weed burdens are under control and ample spray water is available from connections to the scheme. The dams are all full and the property is available for immediate vacant possession. Don't miss the chance to buy land in this top location.
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WA 6313 is a lifestyle for sale by Jeff Douglas from Elders Real Estate. This property was listed for sale with a listing price of Sold Price: $700,000.
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Highbury

GROWTH 87.5%
MED.PRICE $150,000
POPULATION 294
Highbury

Highbury is a townsite in the Great Southern Region, 16 kilometres south, southeast of Narrogin. It was originally gazetted in 1905 as Wolwolling, taking its name from the railway siding established here in 1894. The siding name was derived from the Aboriginal name of a pool in the nearby Arthur River.

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About Highbury

Highbury is a townsite in the Great Southern Region, 16 kilometres south, southeast of Narrogin. It was originally gazetted in 1905 as Wolwolling, taking its name from the railway siding established here in 1894. The siding name was derived from the Aboriginal name of a pool in the nearby Arthur River.

In June 1905 the Wolwolling Progress Association applied to have the townsite renamed, claiming the name was too similar to other names, and letters and parcels were going astray. The new name suggested was "Linton". This name was rejected because of duplication, and in 1906 the Progress Association nominated Highbury as their next choice. No origin was given with the name, although it is most likely English, as there are a number of Highburys in England. The name change was gazetted in 1906.

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