Property of the Week: 1.5 Storey Home in South Calgary for $399,900

It has a sunroom, reading loft and claw foot tub.



 

Where it is 

1728 34 Avenue S.W.

The history

Built in 1910, this two bedroom house has been renovated recently. It has a new kitchen, new plumbing, new insulation and new electrical. A loft space was also added. 

What to love

This South Calgary 1.5 storey is a compact 672 square feet, but because it's efficiently laid out the space doesn't feel cramped. The renovated kitchen and breakfast nook is bright and inviting, thanks to a new skylight, and the loft offers cozy extra space for reading or Netflix binging. The claw foot bathtub and sunny sun room are charming extras. The property also has a large back deck and single car garage. 

What to consider

With two bedrooms and one bath, this home is ideal for a couple or small family. 

The stats

672 square feet
2 bedrooms
1 bathroom
1 loft
1 claw foot tub
1 car garage
1 sunroom

Listed for $399,900 with realtor Kent Bamber.

It has a bright front porch/sunroom. 

 

It has cool vintage touches like the fireplace in the living room. 

 

The ceiling was opened up and a loft space was added during a recent renovation.

 

Ladder stairs lead to the loft from the living room.

 

The kitchen is updated. 

 

The bathroom has a claw foot tub. 

 

The landscaped backyard has new decking. 

 

[Ed. note: This article originally stated that this home is in Bankview. The article has been updated to reflect that it is actually in the neighbourhood of South Calgary.] 

 

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