Listing No: 3339227

Lot 9 Ivy Larmour Drive, Gibson WA 6448

$150,000

Farm
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Land Area 3.00ha
Council Rates $2016/yr

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LARMOUR ESTATE

Situated in Gibson, Larmour Estate is a 15 minute drive North of Esperance. This 3.51 Hectare fully fenced & pastured block with power available offers a great lifestyle opportunity.
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WA 6448 is a farm for sale by Snow Ducey from Thorp Realty Pty Ltd. This property was listed for sale with a listing price of $150,000.
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Gibson

GROWTH 44.8%
MED.PRICE $315,000
POPULATION 449
Gibson

The townsite of Gibson is located 26 kilometres north of Esperance on the road between Esperance and Norseman. When it was proposed to construct a railway from Norseman to Esperance around 1910, the decision was made to create a townsite at "Gibson Soak". The railway was not built until the mid 1920s, the Esperance - Salmon Gums section opening in 1925. The townsite was gazetted in 1921. Gibson Soak was a reliable permanent water source first recorded by surveyor A.W.Canning in 1896, and named after "Billy Gibson" who came across the soak while searching for stock.

About Gibson

The townsite of Gibson is located 26 kilometres north of Esperance on the road between Esperance and Norseman. When it was proposed to construct a railway from Norseman to Esperance around 1910, the decision was made to create a townsite at "Gibson Soak". The railway was not built until the mid 1920s, the Esperance - Salmon Gums section opening in 1925. The townsite was gazetted in 1921. Gibson Soak was a reliable permanent water source first recorded by surveyor A.W.Canning in 1896, and named after "Billy Gibson" who came across the soak while searching for stock.

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