5 London Lane
Welcome to this beautiful 3 bedroom home + 1 bedroom (non-conforming) in Baron Heights near the new Moncton High School. This home has plenty of square footage and great for a family with kids. This bright home features 2 levels on a 1.4 acre lot with a double attached garage and a screened in sun porch off the dining area leading to a large outdoor deck. The home is an open concept with vaulted ceilings, a cozy electric fireplace with pot lighting in the living and kitchen area and hardwood flooring throughout. The kitchen also features a large island, plenty of cupboard space and a beautiful back splash. The master bedroom also features a large walk in closet, a 3pc ensuite with tray ceiling. The lower level has over 1100 sqare feet of finished area featuring a large living/entertaiment area with a patio door (walk-out basement) , a large non-conforming bedroom with double closet, a 3-pc bath and a large laundry room with sink and a large utility room with a separate access to garden area. This home also features a central vacuum and a forced air heat pump with air conditioning for those hot summer days. This home is located near Royal Oaks golf course and minutes away from Irishtown Nature Park.....country living at it's best!! Call for your private showing today!!!
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Average sales price of Canadian home declines compared to previous year for 1st time since 2013
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Posted on August 03, 2017 | 08:30
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Low delinquency rates are not an indicator of financial health among households or the economy. Quite the opposite, writes insolvency expert Scott Terrio. The post Why a low delinquency rate isn’t the good news real estate story you think appeared first on Macleans.ca.