39-342 Mill St Rockway, Kitchener East

Offered at $500,000

Square Feet 1,425

Beds / Baths 3 / 2

MLS ID 40085290

The Story

Pride of ownership through and through in this modern, low common fee, end unit townhome! Located less than a 5-minute walk to the LRT, less than a 5-minute drive to the highway and Downtown Kitchener, and a stone's throw from Rockway Golf Course the location of the quiet 'Joy' complex is a true gem in the city. Unit 39 is beaming with natural light thanks to the added extra wall of large, south-facing windows. The entire unit has been freshly painted and the versatile layout is hard to beat! The carpet-free main floor has a great sized living room with a large bay window and flows beautifully into the sleek kitchen with ceramic floors, dark cabinets, stainless steel appliances, an eat-in kitchen, and direct access to your raised balcony. The upper level has 2 great sized bedrooms, a 4 piece bath with white tile tub surround and upper-floor laundry! The lower level brings you to what is easily used as a 3rd bedroom with a walk-in closet but could also double as an excellent recroom or work from home office with sliding doors to your zero maintenance rear yard. The large deck and simple turf mean that you can ditch the lawnmower and mulch in exchange for more time in your outdoor hosting space. This unit is perfect for getting into the market as an owner or investor. Don't miss out!

Walk / Transit Score 36 / 59

Property Dimensions N/A

Property Taxes $2,902

Year Built 2013


The Details

Great Room 16.06 x 12.02 FT
Kitchen 14 x 13 FT
Master Bedroom 14 x 11.08 FT
Bedroom 14 x 9.05 FT
Bedroom 14 x 13.04 FT
Bathrooms 2 PCE, 4 PCE

The Neighbourhood


Public PrimaryQueen Elizabeth P.S.

Public SecondaryCameron Heights CI

Separate PrimarySt. Bernadette

Separate ScondarySt. Mary's

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. [...]

Neighbourhood Details & Data


Median Days on Market6

Jason Van Amelsvoort Broker

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