Featured Property: Affordable Brick Bungalow Available In North End

Located within walking distance of Jackson Park, several walking trails that Peterborough is famous for, schools, parks, shopping and a hospital, this home is an ideal setup for a family.

Hawthorne, United States - August 18, 2019 /PressCable/ —

PETERBOROUGH, ON – Located within walking distance of Jackson Park, several walking trails that Peterborough is famous for, schools, parks, shopping and a hospital, this home is an ideal setup for a family with older children who want their own living space.

Found at 510 Wolsely Street in Peterborough, ON, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom property features an open concept main floor with a generous master bedroom and main four-piece bath with a soaker tub, shower stall, heating lamp and heated ceramic tile floors.

This property also consists of a finished basement with bedroom, two-piece bath, rec room, laundry and plenty of hidden storage areas. A covered front entrance protects from the elements and a large rear deck, also partially covered overlooks your landscaped fully fenced yard with plenty of gardens. The deck has a gas hookup for your BBQ that is located in the covered section of the deck that will enable you to BBQ year round while being protected from the elements.

A detached single garage with hydro completes the picture. This home is best suited for seniors looking to downsize and enjoy maintenance-free living or could easily be converted to single-level living for those with mobility issues.

More information, along with photos of the property, can be found through its website at www.homesforsaleinpeterborough.ca.

“This property has a lot of great things to offer and there is a lot of value in that, so I am excited to show it off,” said Shirley Hurd, the property’s listing realtor. “I am excited to pair this home with the perfect buyer.”

With a listing price of $325,000, the property can also be found on the MLS under the code, 214304. If you are just starting out or ready to downsize this home would make an excellent investment with good location in the north end and maintenance free living with all brick construction.

Shirley Hurd in Peterborough, ON is in the business of helping people find their dream homes in Peterborough and Kawarthas. With over 33 years of experience in the real estate industry, including 15 years as a licensed sales representative, Shirley has used her strong negotiating skills to help hundreds of buyer and sellers to accomplish their goals. Shirley and her family have lived in Peterborough for the past 29 years.

Call Shirley Hurd, Sales Representative for Re/Max Eastern at 705-772-1431 to book a private appointment to view this affordable home.

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Organization: Highlighted Homes
Address: 3501 Jack Northrop Ave Suite #AGQ146, Hawthorne, CA 90250, United States
Website: https://www.highlightedhomes.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88908789

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