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305 SOMERSIDE Close SW in CALGARY: Somerset Residential Detached Single Family for sale (Calgary) : MLS®# C3616179

305 SOMERSIDE Close SW CALGARY T2Y 4E7 : Somerset

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$409,000
Prop. Type:
Single Family
MLS® Num:
C3616179
Status:
Sold
Sold Date:
May 30, 2014
Bedrooms:
3
Bathrooms:
2
Year Built:
2001
Quiet location for this 3 bedroom back split with one of the nicest landscaped "English " gardens that includes 2 private patio areas, loads of perennials and shrubbery offering a lot of privacy. House offers an open concept feel on the main floor with wonderful vaulted ceilings, large living room that opens to kitchen and eating area. This home has been meticulously cared for with 3 well sized bedrooms up, main bathroom with cheater door to master. Family room level has feature corner gas fireplace and could easily be divided to create a 4th bedroom, closets are already in place. Basement has lots of storage , laundry area and mechanicals. Oversized double detached garage completes this package
Price:
$409,000
Property Type:
Single Family
MLS® Num:
C3616179
Status:
Sold
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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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