Property of the Week: $1.1 Million Renovated Roxboro Bungalow

It has red oak flooring, Caesarstone quartz counters and a sauna.



 

Where it is

3202 3 St. S.W. in Roxboro

The renovation

Built in 1930, this two-bedroom bungalow was last updated 27 years ago. The current owner filled the home with brass, marble and walnut accents. The black granite countertops were replaced with marble-look Caesarstone quartz and the slate flooring was replaced with red oak. The new five-piece bathroom has dual vanities, heated marble tile and a Thermasol steam shower.

What to love

There is a lot to love in this renovated one-storey including custom walnut barn doors suspended by solid brass hardware in the living room, a waterfall island in the kitchen, wood burning fireplace with gas log lighter and a low-maintenance landscaped yard. 

What to consider

3202 is in the community of Roxboro, which is in walking distance to 4th Street, the Stampede grounds and the Elbow River.

The stats

1,714 square feet
2 bedrooms
3 bathrooms
8-foot custom walnut barn doors
Caesarstone quartz counters
Stainless steel appliances
2-care detached garage

Listed for $1,199,000 with Charles Real Estate.

 

It has a formal entry with red oak flooring.

 

The kitchen has a waterfall island, a Tom Dixon light fixture and Subzero, Wolf and Bosch appliances.

 

It has tall leaded windows that flood the space with natural light.

 

It has custom-made 8-foot walnut barn doors that separate the living room from the office space.

 

The updated bathroom has dual vanities and a Thermasol shower.

 

It has a sauna!

 

The low maintenance backyard has a water feature, perennial gardens and double heated garage.

 

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