Property of the Week: A Four-Level Split That is All About the Angles and the Windows

It has an open beam vaulted ceiling, two-storey brick fireplace and a wall of windows.



 

Where it is

94 Snowdon Crescent S.W. in Southwood

The lot

This four-level split sits on a 715-square-metre lot that's overlooked by a wraparound deck made with pressure treated wood. It has a double car garage, double parking pad, as well as additional covered parking that can be accessed through the garage. It also has an outdoor hot tub.

What to love

Built in 1961, 94 is the ideal mix of mid-century modern design and current updates. It has an exposed beam ceiling, the original two-storey brick fireplace, with fire boxes in both the living room and kitchen and abundant natural light from an entire wall of windows. Other updates include a new kitchen, updated bathrooms, new hot water tank, electrical panel and more. 

What to consider

The is plenty of space for parking, including room to store a boat or park an RV.

The stats

1,336 square, not including a fully finished walkout basement
4 bedrooms
3 bathrooms
2 fireplace boxes
715-square-metre lot
Indoor sauna and outdoor hot tub

Listed for $599,500 with realtor Dorothy Rice.

The living room has a wall of windows that overlook the backyard. 

 

The wood burning fireplace extends from the living to the open beam ceiling.

 

There is a second wood burning fireplace box in the kitchen and dining room. 

 

The modern kitchen has stainless steel appliances, new cabinets and overlooks the wraparound deck.

 

Three of the bedrooms, including the master, are on the upper level of the split.

 

The wraparound deck is built with pressure treated wood. 

 

The large backyard includes a garage, parking pad, secure covered parking, shed and outdoor hot tub.

 

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