Property of the Week: $535,000 for a Hillhurst Townhouse with Tall Windows and a Secret Garden

It was built by architects Jeremy Sturgess and Gary Andrishak.



 

Where it is

1, 465 12 St. N.W. in Hillhurst

Listing price

$535,000

The design

This two-storey townhome was built in 1980 by a partnership between architects Jeremy Sturgess and Gary Andrishak. It's interesting architectural features include an 11-foot south-facing feature window that spans both levels.

What to love

This two-bedroom townhouse has hardwood floors, modern kitchen and appliances and updated bathrooms. It also has two wood burning fireplaces, a west-facing terrace and secret garden-style walkout patio from the second bedroom. The 11-foot south-facing window means it has plenty of natural light.

What to consider

It has a low maintenance yard and detached single car garage.

The stats

675 square feet plus 816 square feet on the lower level, which is below grade. 
2 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
2 wood burning fireplaces
11-foot feature window
West facing terrace
Single car detached garage

Listed for $535,000 with realtor Kelsey Jones.

The main level connects the kitchen, dining room and living room. 

 

The updated kitchen has granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and a raised eating bar.

 

The large dining room has one of two wood burning fireplaces.

 

The lower level family room has the second wood burning fireplace as well as an 11-foot feature window that spans the levels.

 

Both bedrooms are on the lower level including the master. 

 

It has multiple outdoor spaces including a walkout patio from the second bedroom and sunny verandah. 

 

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