42 Myrtle Street, Noble Park - VIC

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Is this Property in Distress?
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Market Activity

This property is currently not on the market

Past Property (On Market) Listing History

Date Source Listing Discount
18 Sep, 2013 www.domain.com.au - View Price Not Listed
15 Apr, 2013 www.realestate.com.au - View $415,000
23 Mar, 2013 www.realestate.com.au - View Auction
These are archive listing, actual listing dates for this property at or before the time stated above may vary. This property is displayed for archiving purposes.
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Property details and comparable sales
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Selling agent property sales description and basic details

42 Myrtle Street, Noble Park - VIC - 1...

3 Baths

1 Cars

4 Beds

House

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Recent Comparable Sold Properties

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Date Sold Listing Type Address Cond. Prop. Type Beds Asking Price
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