435 623 Saskatchewan Cres W, Saskatoon

2.09%
interest rate
* Type: Fixed, Term: 5 years, Amortization: 25 years
435 623 Saskatchewan Cres W, Saskatoon
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435 623 Saskatchewan Cres W - Amazing water views from the 4th floor Penthouse unit - note there are two large balconies for enjoyable outdoor living. The approximate size of this unit is 1922 sq. feet great space for entertaining.l Living room with electric fireplace -leading to a separate dining area. The kitchen sits center stage in this unit with large island with eating bar. The Master Bedroom has a nice seating area as well which leads to a 6 piece bathroom, note good size closets. The additional bedroom is spacious. Laundry room is a work area as well. There are two underground parking spots - the owner has installed a Plug in for a Tesla vehicle (Electric Vehicles). This condo is well worth viewing. Call your agent for a private viewing. (id:1945)

Details and Features for 435 623 Saskatchewan Cres W, Saskatoon, SK S7M0A5

  • Acreage: false
  • Landscape Features: Lawn
  • Type: Apartment
  • Amenities: Exercise Centre
  • Appliances: Washer, Refrigerator, Intercom, Dryer, Microwave, Window Coverings, Garage door opener remote(s), Central Vacuum, Storage Shed, Stove
  • Heating Type: Hot Water
  • Fireplace Fuel: Electric
  • Fireplace Type: Conventional
  • Constructed Date: 2009
  • Fireplace Present: True
  • Architectural Style: High rise
  • Features: Treed, Elevator, Wheelchair access, Balcony, Handicapped provisions

Local Amenities and nearby Places

Name Type Address
Bowerman House The home is of a crafts-man “Western Stick” style
Saskatoon Sanatorium In 1929 Saskatchewan became the first jurisdiction to implement universal free diagnosis and treatment of tuberculosis, leading to better control of the disease by the three sanatoriums in the Province (Fort San, Prince Albert Sanatorium and the Saskatoon Sanatorium)
King George Community School School 721 K Ave S, Saskatoon
Las Palapas Resort Grill Restaurant 910 Victoria Ave, Saskatoon
Senator Sid Buckwold Bridge It was built in 1966, on the same site as the original Qu'Appelle, Long Lake and Saskatchewan (later CN Rail) bridge
Marr Residence Built in 1884 for stonemason Alexander "Sandy" Marr, it is the oldest building in Saskatoon on its original site