3410 New Street
Burlington, ONTARIO L7N 1N3

Description

Stunning South Burlington 4 Level Side Split with double car garage and driveway on Guildwood Drive. Over 1900 sq ft of living space. Walk to Tuck, Nelson, St. Raphaels, and Marilus Market. Renovated top to bottom 2012-2018, theres nothing to do but move in and enjoy. Open concept Main Level features custom kitchen with granite counters, spacious living room with bow window overlooking the private, hedged front garden. The dining room features walk out to extensive interlocking patio, hot tub, and pool sized backyard. Second Level features oversized Master with glamourous dressing area and updated main bath with heated floors. Lower Level family room with wood burning fireplace, walk up to back yard, updated 3 pc, and the finished basement level is the perfect teen retreat. Truly a turn key home in a fabulous neighbourhood. You will love it here!

Details

MLS#H4051119
StyleHouse
Sub-TypeResale
StatusContingent
Days On Site8

Features

Bed(s)2
Bath(s) 2 Full
SQ Feet1,026
Story(s)4 Level Sidespli

Loading Form

Loading Form

Area Information

ProvinceOntario
CountyHalton
CityBurlington
Postal CodeL7N 1N3
AreaHalton
Community NameRoseland
School DistrictHalton Catholic District School
Elementary SchoolJohn T. Tuck, St. Raphael CES
Listing VS Median (in Roseland)
Price:
$969,000
low | high
Med:
$1,500,000
4.798761609907% of Average
SqFt:
1,026
low | high
Med:
2,659
100% of Average
$ / SqFt:
$944
low | high
Med:
$564
90.269451142623% of Average
On Site:
8
low | high
Med:
44
18.181818181818% of Average
Listing Updated: 04/23/2019
MLS Number: H4051119
Listing Provided By:
Sinead Robinson  of  Royal LePage Burloak Real Estate Services Inc.
MLS Internet Data Exchange (IDX) information is provided exclusively for consumers’ personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing, and that the data is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed accurate by the REALTORS® Association of Hamilton-Burlington.