769 E King Edward Avenue, Vancouver

769 E King Edward Avenue Vancouver
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  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Type: Residential
  • Living area: 2350 sqft
  • Added: 15 days ago
A renovated 1912 character home which retains so much detail from the past while offering the comforts of today. Situated in Fraserhood in East Vancouver. Close to restaurants, cafes, shops, the famous Ernest Ice Cream, Glen Park, Tupper Secondary & Charles Dickens Elementary Annex. 3 level home with a functional layout. Main living space features a large living room, a proper dining area, and a beautiful kitchen. There's also a spacious back patio & fenced back yard. Upstairs you will find 3 large bedrooms; the master easily fits a king-sized bed. Back room boasts a Juliet balcony with mountain views. The home has been dearly cared for over the years: a new furnace, appliances, newer roof, upgraded drain tiles, new exterior paint, & landscaping. Truly a must-see, you'll be impressed! (id:1945)

Building Details for 769 E King Edward Avenue, Vancouver, BC

  • Type: House
  • Appliances: All
  • Basement : Unknown (Finished)
  • Fireplace Total: 1
  • Constructed Date: 1912
  • Basement Features: Separate entrance
  • Fireplace Present: True
  • Architectural Style: 2 Level
  • Basement Development: Finished
  • Construction Style Attachment: Detached

Land Details for 769 E King Edward Avenue, Vancouver, BC

  • Amenities: Recreation, Shopping
  • Size Total: 2176 sqft
  • Size Frontage: 32 ft ,4 in
  • Size Total Text: 2176 sqft

Additional Details for 769 E King Edward Avenue, Vancouver, BC

  • Features: Central location
  • View : View
  • Municipal Id: 007-722-991
  • Ammenities Near By: Recreation, Shopping
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