120 Sheldon Ave N Rockway, Kitchener East

Offered at $525,000

Square Feet 1,045

Beds / Baths 4 / 2

MLS ID 30825054

The Story

Have you been searching for the perfect place to call home? Look no further than this East Ward Gem! There is no lack of curb appeal here, not to mention this home is situated on a mature, family-friendly, tree-lined street! From the moment that you walk into this bright and airy home, you will immediately see the pride of ownership! Fresh updates mixed with some of the original charm of this home is the perfect combination! The well-equipped kitchen features lots of natural light, plenty of storage and room to cook and entertain. The living room has a huge window, beautiful, a wood-burning fireplace And lots of room for furniture placement to suit your needs! The last stop on the main floor is the main floor bedroom which is currently being used as a dining room and it is perfect for either use.. if you ask me! Upstairs are two great sized bedrooms with plenty of closet space and a full bath that is trendy and bright! The backyard in this home is the “piece de resistance”, an oasis that is sure to please… mature trees, gardens, patio, deck and lots of space to entertain friends and family… I could sit back here all day! Don’t miss the opportunity to call 120 Sheldon Ave North Home .. book your showing today

Walk / Transit Score 60 / 54

Property Dimensions 50 x 107

Property Taxes $3,178

Year Built 1948

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The Details

Kitchen / Dining Room 15'7" x 7'6"
Living Room 18'0" x 10'10"
Bedroom 13'1" x 12'6"
Master Bedroom 15'6" x 11'6"
Bedroom 10'1" x 7'4"
Bathroom 4 PCE
Bedroom 10'4" x 8'5"
Bathroom 3 PCE
Storage Room 11'10" x 9'10"

The Neighbourhood


Public PrimarySheppard PS

Public SecondaryEastwood CI

Separate PrimarySt. Anne CS

Separate ScondarySt. Mary's Catholic Secondary

The Lifestyle

Rockway and Eastwood are two very small neighbourhoods that come together as a part of the Southeast edge of Kitchener’s downtown area. Rockway has homes built in the first half of the 1900s varying from 1910s to 1940s, whereas Eastwood homes tend to have been built closer to the 1950s and after. Although the homes are older in these neighbourhoods they provide an old world charm you cannot achieve in many new subdivisions. War-time homes situated on spacious lots are what you can expect when driving the quiet, tree-lined streets of both Rockway and Eastwood. [...]

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Median Days on Market13

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