250 Westhaven Crescent

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$599,900

Your opportunity to own a detached home in trendy Westboro! This home is close to transportation, shopping, parks, restaurants, and the very best schools. The main floor features a perfect entertaining space, living and dining rooms that will always make you want to host, complete with brand new hardwood floors (2019)! A gourmet renovated kitchen (2015) with newer appliances, with adjacent family room is perfect for your growing family! The upper level hosts a good sized master bedroom, stunning renovated 4 piece bathroom (2015), two additional bedrooms, and hardwood throughout (2015). Upgrades galore, AC and roof shingles were replaced in 2011. Light abounds in this gorgeous home. Host all the BBQs in your west facing backyard.


DETAILS

MLS

1159001

NEIGHBOURHOOD

Westboro

AGE

Old/unknown

TAXES

$4,039.13 / 2019

RENTAL EQUIPMENT

Hot water tank, alarm system & monitoring

POSSESSION

August 15, 2019 +

PARKING

1, surfaced

HEATING

Forced Air / Natural Gas

COOLING

Central air

 

INCLUSIONS
Dishwasher, refrigerator, microwave, stove, washer, dryer, alarm system, drapes, drapery tracks, window blinds


ROOM SIZES

ROOM  LEVEL  DIMENSIONS
Foyer Main  
Living Room Main 12'0 x 11'4
Dining Room Main 12'0 x 9'4
Family Room Main 12'0 x 9'5
Kitchen Main 14'5 x 13'4
Partial Bath Main
Master Bedroom 2nd 15'5 x 10'7
Bedroom 2nd 11'10 x 9'4
Bedroom 2nd 11'5 x 6'0
4 Piece Bath 2nd
Storage Lower
Laundry Lower

NEIGHBOURHOOD

Westboro’s boundaries are the Transitway to the north, Tweedsmuir Avenue to the east, Carling Avenue to the south and Denbury Avenue to the west. Westboro is a thriving community with a lively street scene. Several condominium projects are encouraging densification and promising to bring more people to the neighbourhood. The village features murals a local artist painted. The neighbourhood also boasts a concentration of outdoors and sport stores including Mountain Equipment Co-op, Vancouver-based Lululemon Athletica, and The Expedition Shoppe and is close to cycling trails and whitewater rapids in the Ottawa River. The influx of these outdoor and sports stores, along with a number of boutiques, restaurants and coffee shops on Richmond Road are a significant contributor to the gentrification that Westboro underwent in the 2000s.

 

QUESTIONS / BOOK A VIEWING

 
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