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13 116 SILVER CREST Drive NW in Calgary: Silver Springs Townhouse for sale : MLS®# C3630734

13 116 SILVER CREST Drive NW Calgary T3B 4N9 : Silver Springs

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$289,900
Prop. Type:
Condo
MLS® Num:
C3630734
Status:
Sold
Sold Date:
Nov 11, 2014
Bedrooms:
3
Bathrooms:
2
Year Built:
1976
Original owner occupied end unit, hand picked for excellent access to the abundance of street parking and peep a boo views of COP. Gorgeous sunny south exposure with a huge deck to enjoy and allowing a lot of light into this 2 storey unit. Unique layout with 2 bedrooms and full bath upstairs and large bedroom and 2 pc bath on the walk out basement level. Deck of unit is over top of carport with convenient access from carport to lower level of unit. Main level includes fireplace in living room( not in most units), dining room and efficient kitchen. Well cared for complex with many long time owners. Walking distance to public transportation, community park and pool and walking paths along Silver springs ridge.
Price:
$289,900
Property Type:
Condo
MLS® Num:
C3630734
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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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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