Go Back   BuildingHomes.ca - Building your community! > Ontario > Ottawa > Ottawa Area Houses For Sale


Reply
 
Thread Tools Display Modes
  #1  
Old 2010-07-15, 09:05 AM
NBrittan NBrittan is offline
Junior Member
 
Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: Ottawa
Posts: 5
Default For sale: 3+1 bedroom end-unit townhome in Central Ottawa

For sale: End-unit, freehold townhome for $324,900
Address: 161 Lilibet Crescent, Ottawa South, K1V 2A2
Call: 613-219-7542 to arrange viewing

Check out pics at Grapevine: http://www.grapevine.ca/listing.cgi?id=27963

This gorgeous end unit freehold executive townhome must be seen to be fully appreciated!! Located in popular Ottawa South, it has close to 2,000 sq. ft. of luxurious living space with 3 + 1 bedrooms and quality finishing throughout including a fully finished basement with an extra bedroom. This beautiful home has been professionally painted throughout and is located centrally, close to the Transitway for a quick ride downtown, and close to major shopping including South Keys Shopping Centre, Home Depot, grocery stores etc. This home is loaded with luxurious upgrades and comes with all stainless steel appliances and central vac. There is a park behind the home so that homes are not built close together! This house can be seen by appointment, no sign on lawn.

Main Level:
Gleaming oak hardwood floors throughout the main level in the living room, dining room, family room and hallway which are highlighted by an impressive hardwood staircase leading to the second floor. The entrance and powder have ceramic flooring. The living/dining room is very spacious with an upgraded gas fireplace and mantle, as well as additional windows on either side of the fireplace. The family room, which can also be used as a dining room has beautiful highlighter window and high ceilings at the one end. The kitchen has upgraded oak cupboards, and beautiful stainless steel appliances including dishwasher, fridge, stove and over the range microwave. The kitchen also has a good-sized kitchen nook for a dinette set with high ceilings. The kitchen has patio doors that open to the backyard. The backyard backs onto a city park with a walking trail meaning there are no houses that back onto the yard.
Upper Level:
The upper level has oak hardwood floor in the hallway, and ceramic in the bathroom and the ensuite, and upgraded berber carpet in three bedrooms. Large master bedroom with beautiful bay window. Upgraded ensuite bathroom with Roman Tub complete with jets, and upgraded vanity.
Lower Level:
A berber staircase leads to the fully finished basement. Beautiful berber carpet throughout the basement. This fully finished basement is the ideal setting for a home theatre, and includes a 4th bedroom and there is a window in this room. There is a generous amount of storage as well as laundry facilities in the basement.
General Information:
• Style – 2 storey executive townhouse (end unit)
• Model – Modified Strathmore
• Builder – Claridge
• Built - 2005
• Legal description: PLAN 4M1195 PT Block 29 RP 4R19547 Parts 1 and 2
• Frontage 27.49
• Depth 106.63
• Heating – Forced Air High Efficiency Gas Furnace
• Cooling – Central Air
• Garage –Single 10’0” x 17’0” with auto garage door opener
Room Sizes:
Main Level:
Living/Dining Room: 22’9” x 10’4”
Family Room: 14’5” x 10’4”
Breakfast nook: 8’2” x 8’4”
Kitchen: 8’2” x 10’4”

Upper Level:
Master Bedroom: 13”1” x 11’8” plus Bay
Bedroom 2: 9’8” x 10’2”
Bedroom 3: 9’1” x 12’0”

Lower Level:
Recreational Room: 12’0” x 19’8”
Bedroom 4: 12’0” x 9’5”

***All sizes approximate
Highlights:
Upgrades:
• Oak Hardwood in family room
• Oak Hardwood in main level hallway
• Oak Hardwood in upper hallway
• Oak Hardwood stairs
• Upgraded kitchen and cupboards
• Extra windows in living/dining
• Upgraded fireplace mantle
• Berber carpet throughout
• Ceramic tiles in upper bathroom and ensuite
• Roman Tub with jets
• Vanity in ensuite
• 4th bedroom added in basement
• Window added in 4th bedroom in basement
• Extra heat vent in basement
• Air Conditioner
• Stainless steel dishwasher, fridge, stove, and over the range microwave included in price
• Alarm system
• Shelving in basement and garage
• Auto garage door opener
• Casing for future French doors in living room/family room
• Main floor and basement pre-wired for speakers
• Satellite pre-wired
Inclusions:
fridge, stove, dishwasher, microwave, garage door opener, Beam central vac, all window dressings (blinds and curtains), all light fixtures and mirrors in bathrooms
Exclusions:
Washer, Dryer
Taxes: $3,200 (2009)
Closing Date: To be discussed
Year Built: 2005
Rental Equipment: Hot Water Heater
Reply With Quote
  #2  
Old 2010-07-15, 02:45 PM
mom2philip's Avatar
mom2philip mom2philip is offline
Senior Member
Regular User
 
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Jackson Trails
Posts: 1,744
Default

Very nice but you should re-take some of your photos doing the following:

-open the curtains in the dining room
-open the blinds in the master bedroom
-remove the flowers in the living room (for the photo) and turn on the lamps.


That's it
Reply With Quote
  #3  
Old 2010-07-16, 06:15 PM
goofball's Avatar
goofball goofball is offline
Senior Member
Regular User
 
Join Date: May 2010
Location: Kanata/Bridlewood
Posts: 874
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by mom2philip View Post
Very nice but you should re-take some of your photos doing the following:

-open the curtains in the dining room
-open the blinds in the master bedroom
-remove the flowers in the living room (for the photo) and turn on the lamps.


That's it
Good points but there are some concerns with regards to taking pictures.

opening the curtains will throw off the matrix metering (I'm assuming that's what is being used) so then the rest of the room will show darker to compensate now "blowing" the window. Really, if this are photos done using the higher end package where grapevine provides a photographer, they should open the blinds, set to centre weighted/spot, meter for the outdoors and adjust the shutter speed appropriately, and then light using a bounce flash (with flash diffuser) and/or use extra lamps to light up the area.

Same as above goes for opening the curtains.

I definitely agree with the removal of the flowers.

You are right about opening the curtains and blinds. I'm just looking at it from a photographer's point of view.
Reply With Quote
  #4  
Old 2010-07-16, 06:33 PM
England England is offline
Senior Member
Regular User
 
Join Date: Mar 2006
Posts: 917
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by goofball View Post
Good points but there are some concerns with regards to taking pictures.

opening the curtains will throw off the matrix metering (I'm assuming that's what is being used) so then the rest of the room will show darker to compensate now "blowing" the window. Really, if this are photos done using the higher end package where grapevine provides a photographer, they should open the blinds, set to centre weighted/spot, meter for the outdoors and adjust the shutter speed appropriately, and then light using a bounce flash (with flash diffuser) and/or use extra lamps to light up the area.

Same as above goes for opening the curtains.

I definitely agree with the removal of the flowers.

You are right about opening the curtains and blinds. I'm just looking at it from a photographer's point of view.
+ 1 to what you said.
Reply With Quote
  #5  
Old 2010-07-17, 08:07 AM
mom2philip's Avatar
mom2philip mom2philip is offline
Senior Member
Regular User
 
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Jackson Trails
Posts: 1,744
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by goofball View Post
Good points but there are some concerns with regards to taking pictures.

opening the curtains will throw off the matrix metering (I'm assuming that's what is being used) so then the rest of the room will show darker to compensate now "blowing" the window. Really, if this are photos done using the higher end package where grapevine provides a photographer, they should open the blinds, set to centre weighted/spot, meter for the outdoors and adjust the shutter speed appropriately, and then light using a bounce flash (with flash diffuser) and/or use extra lamps to light up the area.

Same as above goes for opening the curtains.

I definitely agree with the removal of the flowers.

You are right about opening the curtains and blinds. I'm just looking at it from a photographer's point of view.
Not my job to be the photographer House just looks dark that's all.
Reply With Quote
Reply

Bookmarks

Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off

Forum Jump

Similar Threads
Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
3 bedroom townhome in Orleans Wings Ottawa Area Houses For Sale 15 2010-05-31 07:33 AM
For Sale: 3 Bedroom Semi-Deteched Townhome in Blossom Park! xdarrylx Ottawa Area Houses For Sale 7 2010-05-14 02:11 PM
4 Bedroom townhome for sale in Barrhaven Ottawa786 Ottawa Area Houses For Sale 0 2009-07-08 09:12 AM
3 Bedroom Townhome in West Barrhaven - $256,900 TylerShannon Ottawa Area Houses For Sale 19 2009-03-27 08:15 PM
How much air conditioning unit and central vaccum unit costs in Ottawa ericshai Ottawa 5 2009-02-05 06:25 AM



All times are GMT -4. The time now is 11:22 AM.



Copyright © PHAND Corporation
This document may not be used elsewhere without the expressed written consent of PHAND Corporation.
*** There is no association between this website and any builder. ***

Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.10
Copyright ©2000 - 2019, vBulletin Solutions, Inc.