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127 Hesperus Rd, Vaughan

  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Type: Residential
  • Added: 114 days ago
Brand New Gorgeous House, Elegant, Bright & Spacious. Beautiful Oak Hardwood Floors. 10' Ceiling On Main Level, 9'-On The 2nd Floor. Fourt Bedrooms In Second Floor. Stunning Gourmet Kitchen With Island Top, S/S Appliances. Stained Oak Staircase. Direct Access From Double Car Garage To The House. Close To All Amenities: Schools, Parks, Shopping Mall. Extras:S/S Fridge, S/S Stove, B/I Dishwasher, Hood Fan, Washer & Dryer

Building Details for 127 Hesperus Rd, Vaughan, ON

  • Type: House
  • Cooling : Central air conditioning
  • Heating Fuel: Natural gas
  • Heating : Forced air
  • Basement : Full
  • Stories Total: 2
  • Exterior Finish: Brick
  • Fireplace Present: True
  • Bedrooms Above Ground: 4
  • Construction Style Attachment: Detached

Land Details for 127 Hesperus Rd, Vaughan, ON

Room Dimensions
  • Second level (4 Rooms): Master bedroom | Bedroom 2 | Bedroom 3 | Bedroom 4
  • Main level (5 Rooms): Living room | Dining room | Family room | Kitchen | Library
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York Central Hospital Health 10 Trench St
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