189-14 119TH AVE

$999,000

St. Albans

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Welcome to 189-14 119th ave, a beautiful detach 2 family home in neighborhood of St. Albans. This renovated home sits on a double lot size of 40 x100. Enter the first floor you have a open concept living room and kitchen. Wall to wall windows that give off plenty of sunlight. Your modern kitchen has white shaker cabinets, black quartz countertops and Frigidaire appliances. You have 3 spacious bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms. The master bedroom has its own ensuite bath. On this floor you also have interior stairs to your full finish basement and a side separate entrance as well. Basement is fully tiled, has a half bathroom and laundry area. The 2nd unit has its own separate entrance leading upstairs. Modern kitchen with sliding doors to your oversized porch, perfect for grilling or relaxing. The 2nd unit has 2 bedrooms/1 bathroom plus a huge attic space with windows. This attic space can be utilized for many things, such as a working space or recreation room. Separate boilers and hot water tanks for each unit. High ceilings throughout, recess lighting, brand new floors, central air and heating. Two car garage with private parking and a huge private backyard. Plenty to love about this home! Come join at the open houses or email for a private tour.

Courtesy of: Bedford Brownstone Realty
Property: 189-14 119TH AVE

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