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Just the Facts

Price:

$810,000

Status:

Sold

Side Represented:

Seller

# Beds:

4

# Baths:

2

Basement:

Finished

Square Feet:

1700

Lot Size:

55 x 100

Parking:

Driveway Parking | 4

Neighbourhood

Wishing Well Acres/Tam O’Shanter-Sullivan

Transit Score:

68

About the Property

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Family life looks good on Lowcrest

 

Whether you’re just starting to grow your family, or you have older kids that still need a place to call home, you’re going to love this bright and spacious 4 bed/2 bath sidesplit, detached home.

 

The main floor has an open layout with plenty of space for family gatherings and dining, a spacious deck for entertaining and a lovely large lawn for summertime fun. The kitchen has custom cabinets, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and a double sink. Plus there’s a large rec room (so you can send the kids downstairs).

 

It has been beautifully maintained and upgraded including a new main bathroom (2017), new high-efficiency tankless water heater and combi-boiler (2017), and a new roof, fully replaced (2014),dual backwater valves (2015), updated 100 AMP electrical panel, and updated high-efficiency casement style windows. Plus there’s a 4 car driveway with the opportunity to build a garage or carport!

 

All close to schools, parks, shops and more. It’s a quick jump on the highway for easy commuting (401/DVP), in a hood with long-term neighbours.

 

What are the 5 best things about this home?

 

  1. The Kitchen: Custom kitchen cabinets, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, double sink.
  2. The Layout: Open concept with plenty of space for entertaining and dining
  3. The Storage: Lots of room to store stuff, including a large crawl space in the basement
  4. The Deck: Spacious and perfect for entertaining
  5. The Outside: Large beautiful lawn.

 

Wishing Well Acres/Tam O’Shanter-Sullivan

 

Wishing Well Acres subdivision rose out of the “Wishing Well Farm” in 1956, and is notable for housing Canada’s Millionth Post-War House, a bungalow on Beacham Crescent also built in 1959.  This marked a watershed moment in suburbia. Proximity to the 401 and DVP, makes this area the perfect mix of ‘suburban life and easy access to downtown. Quiet and friendly, this is a neighbourhood where people settle in for the long term. It’s close to schools, parks, shops, and highway.

 

Allie Rempel, Sales Representative

: allie@getwhatyouwant.ca

: 647-992-1422


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