Listing No: 3584556

Lot 804 Country Road, Pinjarra WA 6208

$81,900

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Land Area 200m2

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Fancy Living 10 Minutes From Crab Central!

‘Pinjarra Waters’ is where the ‘bush’ meets the ‘beach’.

This unique residential subdivision is located within the exclusive Murray River Country Estate in the Shire of Murray consisting of 9 boutique green title lots.
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WA 6208 is a land for sale by Rondelle May from Landwest Estate Agency. This property was listed for sale with a listing price of $81,900.
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Pinjarra

GROWTH -14.4%
MED.PRICE $282,500
POPULATION 4,910
Pinjarra

The townsite of Pinjarra is located in the south west agricultural region, 87 km south of Perth and 21 km south east of Mandurah. It is located near a ford over the Murray River, and land was reserved for a townsite here in 1831. Surveys were carried out in 1836 and land allocated to settlers in 1837. The name was often shown spelt "Pinjarrup" on early maps, and the accepted spelling for many years was "Pinjarrah". There are conflicting theories regarding the meaningof this Aboriginal name. It is usually said to mean "place of a swamp", but it is more likely named after the "Pindjarup" tribe, the Aboriginal group that frequented this area.

About Pinjarra

The townsite of Pinjarra is located in the south west agricultural region, 87 km south of Perth and 21 km south east of Mandurah. It is located near a ford over the Murray River, and land was reserved for a townsite here in 1831. Surveys were carried out in 1836 and land allocated to settlers in 1837. The name was often shown spelt "Pinjarrup" on early maps, and the accepted spelling for many years was "Pinjarrah". There are conflicting theories regarding the meaningof this Aboriginal name. It is usually said to mean "place of a swamp", but it is more likely named after the "Pindjarup" tribe, the Aboriginal group that frequented this area.

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