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40 SINCLAIR Crescent SW: Southwood Bungalow for sale () : MLS®# C3581032

40 SINCLAIR Crescent SW Southwood : Southwood

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$415,900
Prop. Type:
Bungalow
MLS® Num:
C3581032
Status:
Sold
Bedrooms:
4
Bathrooms:
2
Year Built:
1959
Move in ready for this recently updated throughout 3 plus 1 bedroom bungalow. Enter through the front door to a large living/dining room combination with views through to the kitchen complete with all new cabinets, counters, flooring and appliances. Just down the hall are 3 good sized bedrooms and totally re done main bathroom including soaker tub and glass block window. Oak hardwood flooring has been refinished and flows nicely throughout the house. There are new triple pane windows in all rooms, plus new front and back doors. Lower level is bright and sunny with 3 new extra deep windows, all new carpeting, 4th bedroom and all new 3 piece bathroom. New light fixtures throughout plus freshly painted. Flat backyard has potential for triple garage or more. Walking distance to transportation and shops. Great value for this updated home.
Price:
$415,900
Property Type:
Bungalow
MLS® Num:
C3581032
Status:
Sold
Data was last updated July 8, 2020 at 02:05 PM (UTC)
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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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