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Moving to Movida estate in Midvale

MARTIN Nicholls and Natasha Rankin are the first to buy a block at Movida in Midvale. Peet Limited managing director and chief executive officer Brendan Gore said the couple had chosen a 375sqm block in the Burrows Release at Movida ...

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Anger over strata title law delay

THERE is growing anger in the property industry with the continuing delay in introducing reforms to WA’s strata title laws. Property Council WA  executive director Lino Iacomella said the industry was calling on the Lands Minister Terry Redman, who was ...

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Country kitchen in Gidgegannup

FULLY fenced this 2.1ha semi rural property in Gidgegannup – about 25 minutes from Midland – is part bush and part pasture. The four-bedroom, two-bathroom brick and iron home has a country kitchen, two living areas, spacious bedrooms, a powered ...

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Family home in prime location

THERE is plenty of room for family to enjoy their own space in this quality Glen Forrest home. A brick-paved driveway leads past a landscaped garden to the home, which is built on a 2233sqm block. The entry leads to ...

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Brigadoon home has room for all

THERE are four fenced paddocks, which in the past have been used for horses, miniature cattle and llamas, on this 2.4ha property in Brigadoon. At present the owners are using llamas to maintain the paddocks, which have electric perimeter fencing. ...

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Style and charm close to Kalamunda

WHILE set well back from the road ensuring privacy this stylish character home is within walking distance of the Kalamunda town centre. The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home has lush cottage gardens and is sure to appeal to anyone looking for a ...

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Mundaring home looking for a family

ON a 2001sqm block in Noblewood Estate this four-bedroom, two-bathroom home could attract families who want to enjoy entertaining and the use of a powered workshop while being close to modern amenities. The brick and iron home, designed by the ...

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New dwelling approvals fall in WA

FOLLOWING two consecutive months of increases, total new dwelling approvals declined during May as a result of weakness on the multi-unit dwelling side of the market. The Housing Industry Association said compared with April, total new dwelling approvals fell nationally ...

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Charming cottage has big family room

WITH jarrah floors, high ceilings and an extension, which added a big family room, this Koongamia cottage has plenty of charm. Lovingly restored the three-bedroom, two-bathroom cottage has white picket fences and an elevated timber-decked front veranda. The home has ...

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Apprenticeship numbers in freefall

AS traineeship and apprenticeship numbers fall Australia cannot afford to alienate a generation of youth by denying them access to a successful trade career, according to the Housing Industry of Australia. The association’s industry policy and media chief executive Graham ...

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