413 FOURTH STREET
413 Fourth Street, New Westminster, V3L 2V5
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Situated in New Westminster's desirable Queen's Park neighbourhood, this 1895 character home has undergone many updates over the years, yet retains a distinctive historical flair and quality traditional craftsmanship no longer seen in modern builds. With 3 bedrooms on the top floor and 3 bathrooms, this functional plan measures 2,627 sq ft of total living space. The main floor includes a spacious kitchen and bright solarium, with double French doors opening up to a large wrap-around patio and landscaped private garden of over 4,000 sq ft, ideal for entertaining and social functions. This zoning area is also eligible for laneway home application in the backyard for extra income generation. Come visit us during open house march 1st.
Central Location,Gravel Road,Greenbelt,Private Yard,Recreation Nearby,Shopping Nearby
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RA Realty Alliance Inc.
Listing information last updated: Thu Mar 19 2020 12:27:17 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
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