4006 Kilmer Drive, Burlington

4006 Kilmer Drive, Burlington
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4006 Kilmer Drive - Bright & spacious superior corner suite! Kensington Model! Featuring 9ft ceilings, oak kitchen with breakfast bar, ceramic floors, & walk out to open north facing balcony! Open concept floor plan with 2 beds, 2 full baths & Insuite laundry! Neutral decor. Locker #15 UG parking #15. Credit report, letter of employment, rental application & references. 1st & last. 1 year lease PLUS UTILITIES. Non Smokers, No Pets. Close to HWY, shopping, restaurants & more. On bus route. rsa

Details and Features for 4006 Kilmer Drive, Burlington, ON L7M4W4

  • Other: Balcony: Open, Inclusions: Auto Garage Door Remote(s), Fridge, stove, dishwasher, stacking washer/dryer, ELFs, Window Blinds, 3 bar stools, entertainment unit & glass table with 3 chairs- FOR TENANTS USE, Exclusions: Tenants Belongings, Unfurnished, Laundry Access: In-Suite
  • Cooling: AC Type: Central Air
  • Heating: Gas, Forced Air
  • Lot Features: Urban
  • Extra Features: Amenities: BBQs Permitted, Visitor Parking, Area Features: Park, Public Transit
  • Interior Features: Auto Garage Door Remote(s), Intercom, Lockers, Kitchens: 1, 1 above grade, 1 3-Piece Bathroom, 1 4-Piece Bathroom, 1 Ensuite
  • Sewer/Water Systems: Sewers: Sewer

Local Amenities and nearby Places

Name Type Address
Lester B. Pearson School 1433 Headon Rd, Burlington
Notre Dame Catholic Secondary School (Burlington) It was founded in 1989 by the Halton Catholic District School Board and currently enrolls students from the ninth to twelfth grades
M. M. Robinson High School Robinson High School is a high school located in Burlington, Ontario, Canada
Dr. Frank J. Hayden Secondary School Frank J
Corpus Christi Catholic Secondary School It is the third most expensive high school built in Canadian history, following Sir Thomas of Alton in Rendour, Saskatchewan and Georgetown Secondary in Georgetown, Ontario
Burlington (electoral district) Burlington is a federal electoral district in Halton Region, Ontario, Canada, that has been represented in the House of Commons of Canada since 1979.