Property of the Week: $699,900 Farmhouse Style 3 Bedroom

It has beadboard walls, hardwood floors and a skylight in the kitchen.



 

Where it is

1818 31 Avenue S.W. in South Calgary

The history

This three bedroom South Calgary home was built in 1947 and has been extensively updated with a new roof, flooring and updated kitchen and bathrooms.

What to love

1818 has the feel of a bright country home. It has beadboard walls, warm hardwood floors and a cozy fireplace on the main floor and the updated kitchen has a skylight. It also sits on a large lot with a wraparound front porch.

What to consider

With two bedrooms up and one in the basement, 1818 is ideal for a growing family. 

The stats

1,254 square feet plus a fully finished basement
3 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
Fireplace
Gas range
Wraparound front porch
Double car garage

Listed for $699,900 with realtor Ken Rigel.

The living room has hardwood floors and white beadboard walls. 

 

It has a formal dining room with a bay window.  

 

The updated kitchen has stainless steel appliances and a large skylight. 

 

The kitchen includes a built-in breakfast nook.

 

The upstairs has two bedrooms, including the master, as well as a bathroom.

 

The large backyard has a double car garage.

 

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