Property of the Week: $7 Million Two-Storey on 18.95 Acres

It has an indoor ice hockey rink, indoor basketball court and entertainment room.



 

Where it is

4111 162 Ave. S.W. in Providence

The land

4111 sits on 18.95 acres of land that has recently been annexed into the City of Calgary as part of the new community of Providence. The community is zoned for 40 units per acre and at $200,000 per unit, the growth potential for re-sale of the property is substantial. 

What to love

The land value of 4111 is evident, but the existing custom home is also stunning. It has a renovated kitchen with Wolf appliances, an entertainment room in the walkout basement with a bar and movie room, a home gym, indoor basketball court and indoor ice hockey rink. The master bedroom has a spa-inspired ensuite, walk-in closet and private balcony.

What to consider

4111 has a lot of potential and is ideal for a buyer interested in buying and holding the property until Providence begins development.

The stats

9,031 square feet as well as a fully finished walkout basement
5 bedrooms
6 bathrooms
3 fireplaces
Indoor basketball court and ice hockey rink
18.95 acres of land
18 car parking

Listed for $7,000,000 with realtor Simon D. Hunt.

 

It has a dual-sided grand staircase in the entrance.

 

The living room has a gas fireplace and views of the mountains and downtown.

 

The master bedroom also has a gas fireplace, walk-in closet and private balcony.

 

The master ensuite has a slipper tub with mountain views.

 

The walkout basement has an entertainment room with a custom bar and lounge area.

 

It has an indoor basketball court.

 

The outdoor patio has a gas fire bowl and built-in barbecue area.

 

It has 158-foot by 70-foot indoor ice rink. 

 

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