3328 OAKWOOD Drive SW, Oakridge, Calgary, Alberta

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Park like setting for this lovely family home. New double front doors invite you into the spacious vaulted ceiling foyer. Just a couple of steps up leads you to the open concept living, dining rooms & flows nicely into the gorgeous kitchen. Cherry cabinets offer lots of storage, built in drawers, silent closing, pantry, granite counters, stainless steel appliances, plus generous eat up island. Easy access to back deck. Upstairs are 3 good sized bedrooms, master with newer 3 pc ensuite. Main bathroom refinished with new vanity, soaker tub & tiles. Family room has wood burning fireplace & new sliding doors to lower deck complete with hot tub. Down the hall is the main floor den/bedroom, plus huge laundry/ mud room with access to the garage. Lower level has finished game room & office plus fully working sauna/shower. Steps down to large lower unfinished basement. ALL new: vinyl windows throughout, high efficient furnaces,repainted exterior, cedar shakes 2004. Steps to school, park, transportation.

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Shirley and Stephanie are a mother-daughter team who have been working together since November of 2005. We work seamlessly together, sometimes even finishing each other’s sentences. Coming from different generations we have different strengths from home staging and renovations to the latest in social media marketing, all of which combine to give you the best service for your listing.

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But first, the old house must go!
What an exciting day! The beginning of a new adventure and I was watching with as much enthusiasm as the 2 & 4 yr old boys across the street, because really, it was pretty awesome! I wasn’t surprised by the power and strength of the excavator, but I was a little shocked at how dainty it’s first was. Slowly but surely the old house fell, first from the central roofline, out to the side walls, then the excavator knocked them in too, including the fireplace chimney and furnace stack. At one point to reach the back wall the excavator compacted the remains of the old house into the near portions of the basement, then rolled right over top. Within 45 minutes the excavator reached the back wall and collapsed it on top of the rest of the rubble, which filled what used to be the basement....

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