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The most-expensive home sold in B.C. went in a week for more than its asking price


BCBusiness’s weekly snapshot of what’s selling around the province

The most-expensive property sold in B.C. last week was a new, 3,300-square-foot, custom-built home in the Main Street area of East Vancouver. Listed at $2.88-million, it went for $2.91 million, $22,000 higher than list price, after being on the market for only seven days.

The second-priciest sale, a Naramata Village detached residence in the South Okanagan, went for $100,000 less than the Vancouver property after sitting on the market for 91 days. A Victoria home fetched almost the same amount and 102 percent of the asking price after 49 days.

According to MLS figures analyzed by Vancouver-based Zolo Realty for BCBusiness, there were 47 properties sold in B.C. last week that could be classified as the highest- or lowest-priced condo, townhouse or single-family house for each of the province’s real estate boards.

“Turns out 19 percent sold for either ask or more than asking price,” says Zolo director of content Romana King. “Another 66 percent of properties sold for just below—up to 9.07 percent less than—list price.”

See below for details: list and sold prices, days on market, size of home and property.

Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver

Highest single family
Address: 342 East 23rd Avenue, Vancouver East/Main
Sold price: $2,910,000
List price: $2,888,000
Days on market: 7
Year built: 2019
Size: 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 3,330 square feet, 4,048-square-foot lot

Lowest single family
Address: 20557 – 114 Avenue, Maple Ridge/Southwest
Sold price: $820,000
List price: $899,800
Days on market: 80
Year built: 1987
Size: 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 2,270 square feet, 7,200-square-foot lot

Highest townhouse
: TH102, 8 Smithe Mews, Vancouver West/Yaletown
Sold price: $2,190,000
List price: $2,298,000
Days on market: 73
Year built: 2008
Size: 2 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 1,523 square feet

Lowest townhouse
: #4, 10111 Gilbert Road, Richmond/Woodwards
Sold price: $683,500
List price: $689,000
Days on market: 11
Year built: 1984
Size: 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1,269 square feet

Highest condo
Address: #2504, 1205 West Hastings Street, Vancouver West/Coal Harbour
Sold price: $1,775,000
List price: $1,799,000
Days on market: 13
Year built: 2007
Size: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1,250 square feet

Lowest condo
Address: #314, 838 Hamilton Street, Vancouver West/Downtown
Sold price: $215,500
List price: $228,800
Days on market: 2
Year built: 1994
Size: 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 439 square feet

Fraser Valley Real Estate Board

Highest single family
Address: 14271 – 70A Avenue, Surrey/East Newton
Sold price: $960,000
List price: $949,000
Days on market: 0
Year built: 1987
Size: 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2,688 square feet, 7,200-square-foot lot

Lowest single family
Address: 32774 Badger Avenue, Mission
Sold price: $474,000
List price: $499,000
Days on market: 4
Year built: 1975
Size: 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 978 square feet, 6,059-square-foot lot

Highest condo
Address: #406, 15956 – 86A Avenue, Surrey/Fleetwood Tynehead
Sold price: $345,000
List price: $349,000
Days on market: 35
Year built: 2013
Size: 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 602 square feet

Lowest condo 
Address: #106, 13780 – 76 Avenue, Surrey/East Newton
Sold price: $337,000
List price: $349,980
Days on market: 77
Year built: 1997
Size: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 816 square feet

Victoria Real Estate Board

Highest single family
Address: 2951 Phyllis Street, Saanich East/Ten Mile Point
Sold price: $2,800,000
List price: $3,000,000
Days on market: 49
Year built: 2018
Size: 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 4,085 square feet, 18,316-square-foot lot

Lowest single family
 2602 Shoal Road, Gulf Islands/Pender Island
Sold price: $335,000
List price: $349,000
Days on market: 45
Year built: 2008
Size: 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 530 square feet, 16,553-square-foot lot

Highest townhouse
Address: #6, 933 Meares Street, Victoria/Downtown
Sold price: $1,100,000
List price: $1,199,000
Days on market: 67
Year built: 2005
Size: 2 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 2,020 square feet

Lowest townhouse
Address: #119, 2117 Charters Road, Sooke/Sooke VIII Core
Sold price: $419,900
List price: $419,900
Days on market: 36
Year built: 2019
Size: 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 1,410 square feet, 1,307-square-foot lot

Highest condo
Address: #412, 888 Government Street, Victoria/Downtown
Sold price: $1,370,000
List price: $1,499,000
Days on market: 36
Year built: 2020
Size: 2 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 1,373 square feet

Lowest condo
Address: #202, 3133 Tillicum Road, Saanich West/Tillicum
Sold price: $220,000
List price: $224,900
Days on market:
Year built: 1998
Size: 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 631 square feet

Vancouver Island Real Estate Board

Highest single family
Address: 2051 Millicent Avenue, Duncan/Shawnigan
Sold price: $2,225,000
List price: $2,899,000
Days on market: 84
Year built: 2007
Size: 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2,850 square feet, 33,977-square-foot lot

Lowest single family
336 Hemlock Avenue, Islands/10 Gabriola Island
Sold price: $465,000
List price: $459,000
Days on market: 3
Year built: N/A
Size: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1,462 square feet, 2.1-acre lot

Only condo/strata
#34, 529 Johnstone Road, Parksville/Qualicum
Sold price:
List price: 
Days on market: 
Year built: 
2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1,422 square feet

Powell River Sunshine Coast Real Estate Board

Highest single family
Address: 3419 Ontario Avenue, Powell River/Westview
Sold price: $498,108
List price: $529,900
Days on market: 38
Year built: 1994
Size: 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2,198 square feet, 8,778-square-foot lot

Lowest single family
Address: 14997 Saltery Road, Powell River South
Sold price: $192,500
List price: $219,900
Days on market: 427
Year built: N/A
Size: 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1,669 square feet, 10,798-square-foot lot

Only townhouse
Address: #29, 3870 Joyce Avenue, Powell River/Westview
Sold price: $227,000
List price: $229,900
Days on market: 13
Year built: 1994
Size: 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 1,240 square feet

Highest condo
Address: #3, 3818 Joyce Avenue, Powell River/Westview
Sold price: $240,000
List price: $255,000
Days on market: 21
Year built: 1982
Size: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 956 square feet

Lowest condo
Address: #202, 4580 Joyce Avenue, Powell River/Westview
Sold price: $237,500
List price: $249,000
Days on market: 32
Year built: 1995
Size: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1,130 square feet

South Okanagan Real Estate Board

Highest single family
Address: 4845 Mill Road, Naramata Village
Sold price: $2,810,000
List price: $2,750,000
Days on market: 91
Year built: 2005
Size: 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2,750 square feet, 20,473-square-foot lot

Lowest single family
Address: 115 Lupine Road, Princeton/Rural
Sold price: $144,000
List price: $149,900
Days on market: 113
Year built: 2010
Size: 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 270 square feet, 10,019-square-foot lot

Highest townhouse
Address: #118, 1692 Atkinson Street, Penticton/Main North
Sold price: $315,000
List price: $349,900
Days on market: 61
Year built: 1987
Size: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1,085 square feet

Lowest townhouse
 #6, 6446 Meadows Drive, Oliver
Sold price: $261,000
List price: $269,900
Days on market: 51
Year built: 1990
Size: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1,380 square feet

Highest condo
Address: 2820 Landry Crescent, Summerland/Trout Creek
Sold price: $1,170,000
List price: $1,190,000
Days on market: 64
Year built: 2015
Size: 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 1,839 square feet

Lowest condo
Address: #206, 1820 Atkinson Street, Penticton Main/South
Sold price: $225,000
List price: $264,000
Days on market: 145
Year built: 1986
Size: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1,173 square feet

Okanagan Mainline Real Estate Board

Highest single family
Address: 394 Braeloch Road, Central Okanagan/Upper Mission
Sold price: $2,550,000
List price: $2,998,000
Days on market: 43
Year built: 1973
Size: 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 4,109 square feet, 14,374-square-foot lot

Lowest single family
Address: 6850 – 53 Street NE, Shuswap/Revelstoke/N-E Salmon Arm
Sold price: $216,000
List price: $222,000
Days on market: 27
Year built: 1990
Size: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 891 square feet, 4,007-square-foot lot

Highest townhouse
Address: #6, 5955 Snowpines, Central Okanagan/Big White
Sold price: $890,000
List price: $925,000
Days on market: 201
Year built: 2005
Size: 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 3,167 square feet

Lowest townhouse
Address: #82, 4740 – 20 Street, North Okanagan/Harwood
Sold price: $225,000
List price: $234,900
Days on market: 97
Year built: 1999
Size: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 893 square feet

Highest condo
Address: #1003, 1395 Ellis Street, Central Okanagan/Kelowna North
Sold price: $1,005,000
List price: $1,150,000
Days on market: 189
Year built: 2009
Size: 2 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 1,733 square feet

Lowest condo
Address: #409, 3304 – 35 Avenue, North Okanagan/City of Vernon
Sold price: $118,000
List price: $129,900
Days on market: 140
Year built: 1982
Size: 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 650 square feet

Kamloops & District Real Estate Association

Highest single family
Address: 2003 High Country Boulevard, Kamloops/Valleyview
Sold price: $700,000
List price: $739,000
Days on market: 40
Year built: 2014
Size: 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2,224 square feet, 20,037-square-foot lot

Lowest single family
Address: 4044 Davie Road, Kamloops/Rayleigh
Sold price: $487,500
List price: $489,900
Days on market: 16
Year built: 1988
Size: 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1,805 square feet, 21,577-square-foot lot

Only townhouse
Address: #13, 1980 Glenwood Drive, Kamloops/Valleyview
Sold price: 
List price: 
Days on market: 
Year built: 
2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1,240 square feet

Only condo
Address: #1314, C-3250 Village Way, Kamloops/Sun Peaks
Sold price: $79,900
List price: $79,900
Days on market: 11
Year built: 2008
Size: 1 bedroom, 2 bathrooms, 998 square feet

Kootenay Real Estate Board

Highest single family
Address: 6479 Wasa Lake Park Drive, Kiimberley/Cranbrook Rural/Wasa Rural
Sold price: $690,000
List price: $735,000
Days on market: 95
Year built: 1981
Size: 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2,066 square feet, 43,690-square-foot lot

Lowest single family
Address: 8920 Dunn Street, Canal Flats
Sold price: $78,001
List price: $84,900
Days on market: 124
Year built: 1930
Size: 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 917 square feet, 7,753-square-foot lot

Highest townhouse
Address: #14,1595 Whitetooth Trail, Golden Rural/North Highway 1
Sold price: $594,000
List price: $599,900
Days on market: 28
Year built: 2006
Size: 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1,155 square feet

Lowest townhouse
Address: #306, 2030 Panorama Drive, Invermere Rural/Panorama
Sold price: $79,000
List price: $87,000
Days on market: 188
Year built: 2009
Size: 0 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 530 square feet

Highest condo
Address: #310, 1500 McDonald Avenue, Fernie
Sold price: $415,100
List price: $409,900
Days on market: 13
Year built: 2006
Size: 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1,226 square feet

Lowest condo
Address: #89, 100 Red Cedar Drive, Sparwood
Sold price: $42,000
List price: $42,000
Days on market: 19
Year built: 1970
Size: 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 393 square feet

BC Northern Real Estate Board

Highest single family
Address: 7516 Magnussen Road, 100 Mile House/Bridge Lake/Sheridan Lake
Sold price: $368,000
List price: $379,000
Days on market: 48
Year built: 1969
Size: 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, 754 square feet, 51,836-square-foot lot

Lowest single family
Address: 4927 Lambly Avenue, Terrace/Terrace City
Sold price: $255,000
List price: $349,900
Days on market: 102
Year built: 1979
Size: 4 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1,346 square feet, 9,424-square-foot lot



OPINION: Housing starts are particularly strong in Metro Vancouver, but one analyst wonders if it's developers trying to beat increases in development charges.


“As of April,” she advised the committee, the province appeared to be on track for “51,093 housing starts, which is a very strong number.”

A very strong number was putting it mildly. James’s provincial budget, tabled in February, forecast that housing starts would decline from 41,000 last year to 34,000 this year, a 17 per cent drop.

She’d stood by that forecast in the legislature (“I am comfortable with the numbers”) as recently as May 7, during debate on the spending estimates for her own Ministry of Finance.

In addressing the all-party committee on June 10, James suggested that, far from a decline in housing starts, B.C. could be headed for a 24 per cent increase over last year and a 50 per cent better result than the forecast in her own budget.

I was out of town when James made her presentation to the finance committee in advance of the committee’s own public consultations on next year’s provincial budget. But her change on housing starts was reported elsewhere and relayed to me by several readers.

When I returned from holiday this week, I asked the Finance Ministry about the basis for the revision and the extent to which it had been incorporated into the budget.

“The minister was referring to B.C.’s housing starts for the month of April 2019, which at the time, were reported by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) as approximately 51,000 annualized units,” said the response from the ministry.

Annualized units being the forecast that results from extrapolating the starts for one month over a full 12-month period.

The ministry went on to note that the CHMC projection has continued to quicken since April, with annualized units at 53,000 units to the end of May and 62,000 by the end of June.

Numbers to conjure with if they hold throughout the year. But the ministry isn’t going that far, not yet anyway.

“Housing starts in B.C. remain above the historical average and the current year-to-date average is above Budget 2019’s forecast,” concluded the statement. “The ministry continues to monitor evolving economic trends and will incorporate the latest data into its economic forecast update, which will be published in the first quarterly report in September 2019.”

Such caution is characteristic of the Finance Ministry, which routinely builds several “levels of prudence” into its budgets, a practice James has continued.

For now, the word out of the ministry is as follows: “The ministry forecasts housing starts during the yearly budget process using historical trends, current data available and market conditions.  The forecast in budget 2019 for housing starts in B.C. was 34,015 for 2019 and 31,846 for 2020. The long term historical average is close to 30,000.”

Seeking additional context, I contacted Central 1 Credit Union, umbrella organization for credit unions here in B.C. and elsewhere.

The agency’s most recent outlook, released at the end of May, forecast housing starts would decline to 35,000 units this year, or about the same level as predicted by James.

On Tuesday, deputy chief economist Bryan Yu acknowledged the improvement in the data from CMHC. He said the increase was largely confined to Metro Vancouver and mostly to apartment construction, both favourable trends for a government tackling affordability.

But he cautioned that it could still be a spike, brought on by factors like builders trying to get ahead of pending increases in development charges and latter day efforts in the faltering market for presales.

Yu expanded on those observations in a piece published Tuesday in Business in Vancouver.

“There is a severe disconnect between housing starts — which are up 18 per cent through 2019’s first six months — and the resale housing market, where sales are sluggish and prices are declining, particularly in Metro Vancouver.

“While home-ownership demand has slowed with policy measures, current starts reflect projects pre-sold in previous years when the market was significantly stronger,” he continued. “Recent hikes to development cost charges in Vancouver drove higher building permits in April and likely pulled construction dates forward on some projects.”

Even if the recent pace slackens in the remainder of the year, Yu acknowledged that on the basis of the strong first half, “housing starts could outpace 2018’s performance of more than 40,000 units.”

In the longer term, he forecast, “this will only delay a more substantial decline in housing starts. Demand-constraining policies and elevated home inventory have curtailed presale activity, which will lead to a drop-off in multi-family developments.”

As a further sign that not all indicators are headed in the right direction for James, on Tuesday her hometown newspaper, the Victoria Times Colonist, reported a five per cent drop in the value of residential construction this year over last.

Back in February, when the budget projected a decline in housing starts of up to 33 per cent over four years, I took it as evidence that her own ministry recognized that the New Democrats were not doing enough to increase in the housing supply.

But if the surge recorded by CHMC in the late spring proves to be sustainable, then come September’s update on provincial finances, James will be painting a much rosier picture on housing starts.


New property listed in Glenwood PQ, Port Coquitlam
I have listed a new property at 3183 SHAUGHNESSY ST in Port Coquitlam.
Perfect holding property for investors!! Side by side duplex zoned in the Official Community Plan for RT - Townhouse Residential. Large lot at 9788 square feet with side lane access. One side currently rented to long term tenants. Roof replaced in 2017. Transit is on your doorstep and close to shopping and parks.

I have sold a property at 9284 GOLDHURST TERR in Burnaby
I have sold a property at 9284 GOLDHURST TERR in Burnaby.
Beautifully maintained duplex style townhome in desirable Forest Hills. You will love the many upgrades; Maple engineered HW, tile & carpeting, fresh paint & totally renovated kitchen, ensuite & powder room. Spacious living room features a bay window & cozy gas fireplace. Kitchen with quartz counters, stainless steel appliances & Maple shaker style cabinetry including built in pantry & china cabinet. Rounding out the main floor is a den & large dining room with access to the deck. Up are 3 bedrooms, master with tons of closet space & ensuite with heated flooring, glass shower, separate tub, quartz counters & white cabinetry. Downstairs is a rec room, bedroom, laundry/bath & wet bar. Walk out basement, Double garage, built in vacuum. Close to SFU, skytrain & bus.

I have sold a property at 721 QUADLING AVE in Coquitlam
I have sold a property at 721 QUADLING AVE in Coquitlam.
Come and view the perfect holding property in West Coquitlam. This lovely 3 bedroom home is in an area of development and could be an investment as a rental property in the short term. Spacious rancher with a living room, dining room and kitchen also with a huge family room at the back of the home. Large corner lot with back lane access and detached garage. Private yard is nicely treed and landscaped with several patios to enjoy the outdoors. Central location close to Lougheed Mall & Skytrain with quick access to Highway 1.

Tis for Deep Cleaning a Home


Keeping a home spic and span can be a time and energy consuming process. However, there are many

ways to get and keep a home immaculately clean without breaking a sweat. Cleaning soap scum out a

tub can be a backbreaking task, but homeowners can cut the effort in half by attaching a scrubber to a

power drill and using it to do the scrubbing for them. Cleaning mineral build-up on a showerhead doesn’t

have to involve tedious

scouring, just attach a bag of vinegar to the showerhead using a rubber band and soak it overnight –

presto, good as new!


I have sold a property at 3940 FIR ST in Burnaby
I have sold a property at 3940 FIR ST in Burnaby.
Central location and quiet neighbourhood for this 2 storey home. It enjoys many updates including roof, windows, blinds, interior doors, flooring and suite. Enjoy the natural light from the expansive windows throughout the main floor. 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms are up, large living room with access to the deck across the front, adjacent dining room and kitchen with access to the large south facing rear deck. Down is the suite, recreation room with bar extra bedroom or family room and shared laundry. Huge back yard with garden, double garage, double carport and plenty of additional parking. This home is in a very convenient location close to schools, hospital, shopping, recreation and transit. Bring the family!

New property listed in Fraserview VE, Vancouver East
I have listed a new property at 203 2285 61ST AVE E in Vancouver.
Perfect home for downsizers! This top floor unit enjoys a large floor plan with plenty of windows and skylights overlooking Bobolink Park. Freshly painted with new carpeting, this 2 bedroom and 2 bathroom home has radiant in floor heating and a sundrenched room off of the kitchen to use as an eating area, den or sunroom. Large living room with gas fireplace & access to the covered balcony. Two good sized bedrooms including the master with 4 piece ensuite. Central location, close to transit and to Fraserview Golf course. 19+ complex with no rentals.

Open House. Open House on Sunday, July 7, 2019 2:00PM - 4:00PM

Please visit our Open House at 95 STRONG RD in Anmore.
Open House on Sunday, July 7, 2019 2:00PM - 4:00PM
Stately Craftsman style home on a beautifully manicured acreage. This estate residence, over 3 levels, takes utmost advantage of the mountain views & abundance of natural light. Gated driveway takes you to the quaint entrance with a covered porch & seating area. Main floor great room with soaring 2 storey windows to enjoy the view. Floor to ceiling river rock fireplace & French doors to the deck open to the kitchen with breakfast bar & eating area. Master on the main with WIC & 4 piece ensuite including a decadent claw foot tub! Formal dining rm, den & laundry finish the main. Up - 2 more bdrms & loft area above the garage. Walk out bsmt; recreation room with bar, family room, another bdrm, flex room & tons of storage. Huge level lot, RV parking. Open House Sun July 7, 2-4pm

New property listed in Anmore, Port Moody
I have listed a new property at 95 STRONG RD in Anmore.
Stately Craftsman style home on a beautifully manicured acreage. This estate residence, over 3 levels, takes utmost advantage of the mountain views & abundance of natural light. Gated driveway takes you to the quaint entrance with a covered porch & seating area. Main floor great room with soaring 2 storey windows to enjoy the view. Floor to ceiling river rock fireplace & French doors to the deck open to the kitchen with breakfast bar & eating area. Master on the main with WIC & 4 piece ensuite including a decadent claw foot tub! Formal dining rm, den & laundry finish the main. Up - 2 more bdrms & loft area above the garage. Walk out bsmt; recreation room with bar, family room, another bdrm, flex room & tons of storage. Huge level lot with a covered patio/sitting area/fire pit. RV parking




It’s Wednesday my favorite day of the week, when I was little it was the day my Dad took us for pizza when my Mom was at work, sometimes I still fell like a kid especially when were in the backyard holding matchbox derbies, we’re so excited to  show you our latest summer fun project, we actually it can be used all year round and is great indoors too!
Start your engines!

Now I saw this done with marbles, the noodle was a much small diameter, so when I saw the giant noodle on sale at the grocery store we snagged the last one!
My new obsession other than drilling holes in toys is matchbox cars, wait till I show you are flying ones!  
But that will have to wait for another week since their just so so cool they deserve their own DIY post.

  1. Buy an extra large diameter foam pool noodle, I got mine 1/2 price at the super market ($1.50)
  2. cut the noodle in half with a serrated knife (one side than the other side or electric knife you can cut straight through both sides)
  3. once the noodle is in two pieces lay them on the ground side by side
  4. insert toothpicks where the two halves of the foam noodles touch each other
  5. use as many toothpicks as need to hold the noodle tracks tight together
  6. then with a need nose pliers clip the ends of the tooth picks flush to the noodle

 Now you’re ready to decorate your track

Using cardstock at toothpicks I created small flags for along the sides of the track


 Again with cardstock cut to size I stamped Start and Finish then I cut wooden or bamboo skewers down to size leaving the pointed end exposed (makes it easier to insert into the foam) I then used fast drying Aleene’s Tacky glue I glued the two pieces of cardstock together with the cut ends of the wooden skewers sandwiched in between and we were ready to race!

Finally just prop the track up on a chair, table, bed, pretty much anything, the higher the prop the faster the cars go.



I have sold a property at 392 MONTGOMERY ST in Coquitlam
I have sold a property at 392 MONTGOMERY ST in Coquitlam.
THIS HOME IS PICTURE PERFECT! ELEGANTLY DESIGNED & FINISHED WITH ATTENTION TO EVERY DETAIL! Open Concept Living w/ Huge Gourmet Kitchen, Oversized Island + Bonus Walk-in Pantry, Large Dining Area, perfect for Entertaining, leads you to the Massive Great Room, with a Custom Rock Fireplace, Covered Patio, great for family gatherings, all while enjoying your fully fenced Yard. Convenient Mudroom/Laundry, Guest Room and Office complete the main floor. Above feat's a Gorgeous Master Bedroom w/ Spa like Ensuite, 2 more Bedrooms, 2 more baths and Bonus Games Room! Below has a 1 Bed & Den Legal suite almost 1000sf, as well as a Rec-Room for the homeowners use. Located on a Quiet Street in Central Coq, Steps to Schools, Mins to Shops and easy Hwy access! Open House Sat/Sun June 15th/16th 2-4pm!
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