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Forsyth Gardens, Retirement Village, Menora

15 Plantation Street Menora, WA, 6050



Retirement Village




Unit 2, 15 Plantation Street

  • $430,000

  • 2
  • 1
  • 2

Forsyth Gardens, Menora

Boutique Village style accommodation at Forsyth Gardens 

This is a spacious two bedroom, two bathroom villa available on a "lease for life basis" 

There is an open plan living area opening up onto a bright private courtyard. The villa also has a secure garage with internal access and a store room.

Residents have access to the community centre and there are bus stops right outside which can take you to Dianella, Morley Galleria, Dog Swamp & the City.    

Forsyth Gardens is proudly owned & managed by  Australian War Widows WA Inc.


- Street front location  

- Open plan living

- Private outdoor entertaining area 

- Solar panels

- Reverse cycle air-conditioning  

- Ceiling fans

* New resident able to chose new floor coverings, paint colour for walls and new fixtures & fittings in kitchen and enuite *

(contact for details) 

  Please call the office on 9371 7470 to arrange a viewing

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Property Overview


Accommodation Type Over 55s Development, Retirement Village
Number of Dwellings 14
Type of Dwellings Low-Rise Development
Year Established 2003
Pet Policy Pet Policy Not Specified
Garages / Carports 1 Car Garage


Property Features


  • Direct Garage Access
  • Level access


  • Private gardens
  • Walk to shops
  • Walk to transport

Recreational Facilities

  • BBQ area/s
  • Community centre
  • Community kitchen
  • Commercial kitchen
  • Computer room
  • Golf club nearby
  • Meeting room

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