Property of the Week: $949,900 Bankview Home Built in 1911

It has nine foot ceilings, original woodwork and a legal basement suite.



 

Where it is

1501 25 Avenue S.W.

The history

This four-bedroom was built in 1911 and still has much of it's original finishings including French doors, railings, floors, fireplace mantles and leaded glass windows. It's also recently been an active Airbnb. 

What to love

The historic features are lovely, including a sitting room in the master bedroom with original fireplace, and the legal walkout basement suite offers an excellent source of revenue or extra space for visiting guests. 

What to consider

At more than a century old, 1501 would be ideal for an owner who wants to continue to care for and sustain its historic features. 

The stats

1,661-square-feet
Legal walkout basement suite
4 bedrooms
4 bathrooms
40 foot lot
9 foot ceilings
Sunroom

Listed for $949,900 with realtor Azad Chandler.

The entranceway has a fireplace with original woodwork and mantle. 

 

Original French doors connect the living and dining room. The hardwood floors are also original.

 

The kitchen has been updated with new countertops and country-style sink.

 

The master bedroom has its own sitting room, as well as an enclosed sunroom deck. 

 

The legal one-bedroom basement suite has large windows and a full kitchen. 

 

The enclosed sunroom deck off the master bedroom.

 

The low-maintenance landscaped yard faces south.

 

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