Property of the Week: $869,999 Three-Storey Townhome

It has four different deck spaces, two with downtown views, and a private forested area in the back.



 

Where it is

2709 Erlton Street S.W.

The history

This end unit townhouse is part of a tri-plex and was built in 2008. The current owner extensively renovated it in 2015. 

What to love

2709 is within walking distance of downtown and 4th Street S.W., but it's location on a private forested plot makes it feel outside the hustle and bustle of the inner-city. It has four patios, two with downtown city views, new bathrooms, main floor fireplace, renovated kitchen and refinished hardwood throughout. The property also comes with great extra goods such as a flat screen TV, wine fridge and a gas barbecue.

What to consider

With so much great outdoor patio space you'll want to invest in pretty potted plants. 

The stats

2,055 square feet over three storeys
3 bedrooms
4 bathrooms
4 decks
Fireplace
Double attached garage
Includes wine fridge, gas Weber barbecue, flat screen TV

Listed for $869,999 with realtor Karen Fawcett.

It has refinished hardwood floors throughout including in the dining room.

 

The kitchen has stainless steel appliances and a gas range.

 

The family room has a fireplace and access to the main floor courtyard.

 

The courtyard comes with a Weber gas barbecue. 

 

The second floor bedroom has access to a private patio. 

 

The second floor deck backs onto a private forested area. 

 

The third floor master bedroom also has its own deck. 

 

The master bedroom deck has views of downtown.  

 

There is also a large terrace off the third floor. 

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