Shelina Wardrope

RE/MAX Realty Professionals

Cell 403-710-2237

Office 403-239-8524

Email: shelinawardrope@shaw.ca

I have sold a property at 87 WINDFORD DRIVE SW in Airdrie.
OFFICIAL SHOWHOME STATUS on this meticulously maintained corner home that has SMOKIN’ HOT CURB APPEAL! The front porch is huge, making the home immediately warm and inviting. You’ll love the ultra-modern-contemporary interior with tons of huge windows making it bright and airy. The entrance is large enough for the whole gang, while hardwood & ceramic tile flooring stretches to every corner of the main floor! Entertaining will be the flavour in the GOURMET KITCHEN, with Mocha cabinets rising almost to the ceiling, 2 sets of added pantry cabinets, a huge island with a snack bar, stainless steel appliances, and quartz surfaces throughout. Enjoy endless summer evenings entertaining acquaintances in the beautifully landscaped yard, with a Pergola covered exposed wood deck & carefully chosen bushes & gardens in a private setting. Up the stairs there’s a SPRAWLING Master Bedroom with an equally tantalizing 5-piece Master Spa with tastefully chosen upgraded features. Kick back at the end of a long day in the corner soaker with tile decking or enjoy the glass encased shower. The ensuite also has beautiful Carrara Novosa floor tile, and a huge quartz vanity with an undermounted sink. The 2nd and 3rd bedrooms are larger than expected and the main bath is upgraded as well. This beautiful home is exceptional. Don’t miss it!
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Please visit our Open House at 8616 BERWICK ROAD NW in Calgary.
Open House on Saturday, July 18, 2020 2:00PM - 4:00PM
Great Location Across From A Park. This Fully Developed Bi-level has it all ! 4 bedrooms, 2 Full bathrooms with many upgrades already done. The main level features a BRIGHT & SPACIOUS living room with WOOD burning Fireplace, An updated kitchen with stainless steel aplliances, Dining room, a LARGE master bedroom & second Bedroom. The Lower level features a Recreation Room , 2 bedrooms, Bathroom & Laundry. Some of the upgrades include Furnace(2008), New Roof (2016), Hot Water tank (2014), Garage (2010), Bay Window in Living Room (2017), New Hardwood on main(2016) Laminate lower flloor (2018). Close to schools , shopping and Transit.
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I have listed a new property at 8616 BERWICK ROAD NW in Calgary.
Great Location Across From A Park. This Fully Developed Bi-level has it all ! 4 bedrooms, 2 Full bathrooms with many upgrades already done. The main level features a BRIGHT & SPACIOUS living room with WOOD burning Fireplace, An updated kitchen with stainless steel aplliances, Dining room, a LARGE master bedroom & second Bedroom. The Lower level features a Recreation Room , 2 bedrooms, Bathroom & Laundry. Some of the upgrades include Furnace(2008), New Roof (2016), Hot Water tank (2014), Garage (2010), Bay Window in Living Room (2017), New Hardwood on main(2016) Laminate lower flloor (2018). Close to schools , shopping and Transit.
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I have listed a new property at 101 4520 4 STREET NW in Calgary.
Are you looking to downsize and want to be NEAR downtown? Then this 50+ building with an ELEVATOR is perfect for you to call HOME -with over 1000 Sq Ft of Living space & backing onto green space & comes with a single heated ATTACHED garage . This 2 bedroom -2 bath home has been freshly painted & NEW laminate flooring added.You will love the bright OPEN design of this home, the Spacious Living room is infused with tons of NATURAL light, as is the Kitchen and dining area. The master bedroom come with its own ensuite with an OVERSIZED shower and huge closet. There is a large 2nd bedroom and bath , along with a storage area. The single attached garage is finished & extra parking is available. Close to all amenities, downtown & WITH transit right out front. What a perfect LOCATION
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I have listed a new property at 101 4520 4 ST NW in Calgary.
Are you looking to downsize and want to be NEAR downtown? Then this 50+ building with an ELEVATOR is perfect for you to call HOME -with over 1000 Sq Ft of Living space & backing onto green space & comes with a single heated ATTACHED garage . This 2 bedroom -2 bath home has been freshly painted & NEW laminate flooring added.You will love the bright OPEN design of this home, the Spacious Living room is infused with tons of NATURAL light, as is the Kitchen and dining area. The master bedroom come with its own ensuite with an OVERSIZED shower and huge closet. There is a large 2nd bedroom and bath , along with a storage area. The single attached garage is finished & extra parking is available. Close to all amenities, downtown & WITH transit right out front. What a perfect LOCATION
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I have listed a new property at 238 550 550 Prominence RiseS W RI SW in Calgary.
A Vibrant & Luxurious 55+ building in upscale Legacy Estates in Patterson.They even have Happy Hour on Fridays!! BRIGHT and SPACIOUS TOP floor 2 bedroom & 1 Bath unit. LAMINATE floors throughout, With a SOUTH facing Balcony. Large Kitchen with ample cabinets, Walk in pantry, in suite laundry & a huge 4 piece bath with extra cabinets and a make up area. Many amenities to keep you active & engaged in house including but not limited to Several optional meal nights in the grand dining room, games room, library, gym, crafts room, home theatre room, hair salon & more. There also are walking paths & green space around the building and is within walking to distance to nearby strip mall & transportation. Call today for your private showing.
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I have listed a new property at 91 EVANSBOROUGH CR NW in Calgary.
This CONTEMPORARY 2 story home located on a quiet street in Evanston feels like it belongs in an inner-city neighborhood!! Open Concept main floor features a GOURMET kitchen with 2-toned cabinets and EXTRA large island all with GRANITE. Tons of Cabinets for storage , Appliances are all Stainless Steel with a GAS stove & a CHIMNEY hood fan, There is a separate large WALK-IN pantry, An area for a small office & the LIVING ROOM has a CUSTOM surround FIREPLACE & main floor is flooded with natural LIGHT. The upper floor features a cozy BONUS room, 2 generous sized bedrooms, main bath and a Large master & ENSUITE with 5 ft shower with custom tiling. The Fully Finished Walkout Basement is bright and professionally developed with bedroom, bathroom and REC room & TONS of storage. Some of the upgrades include, HARDWOOD on main, upgraded underlay & carpet, pot lights main & basement, built in heater in basement bedroom, in floor heating in basement bath, & HUNTER DOUGLAS window coverings throughout. The DECK off the kitchen comes with a retractable awning to better enjoy your WEST backyard. Within Walking distance to 2 schools and lots of shopping nearby
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I have listed a new property at 376 MORNINGSIDE CR SW in Airdrie.
Located on a FAMILY Friendly street, this FULLY finished home has it all, -no back neighbors & WALKING distance to St Veronica & Coopers Crossing SCHOOLS and as a bonus no traffic congestion. As you enter, you will notice the spacious open foyer, & as you head down the hallway , you will find a DEN with french doors. The back of the house features a LARGE kitchen with TONS of cabinets and pantry & nook, & a Family room with FIREPLACE. The Upper floor features a SPACIOUS bonus room, 2 good sized kids bedrooms and a truly GRAND master big enough to fit a KING bed and then some. The ensuite with its separate JETTED tub is perfect to soothe those tired muscles. The Lower is perfect for entertaining with a WET bar, great for watching sports or playing cards, a bathroom & bedroom complete the lower level & the backyard is large enough for the kids!!
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I have listed a new property at 91 Evansborough CR NW in Calgary.
This CONTEMPORARY 2 story- 2668 sq ft FULLY Finished home located on a quiet street in Evanston feels like it belongs in an inner-city neighborhood!! Open Concept main floor features a GOURMET kitchen with 2-toned cabinets and EXTRA large island all with GRANITE. Tons of Cabinets for storage , Appliances are all Stainless Steel with a GAS stove & a CHIMNEY hood fan, There is a separate large WALK-IN pantry, An area for a small office & the LIVING ROOM has a CUSTOM surround FIREPLACE & main floor is flooded with natural LIGHT. The upper floor features a cozy BONUS room, 2 generous sized bedrooms, main bath and a Large master & ENSUITE with 5 ft shower with custom tiling. The Fully Finished Walkout Basement is bright and professionally developed with bedroom, bathroom and REC room & TONS of storage. Some of the upgrades include, HARDWOOD on main, upgraded underlay & carpet, pot lights main & basement, built in heater in basement bedroom, in floor heating in basement bath, HUNTER DOUGLAS window coverings throughout. The DECK off the kitchen comes with a retractable awning to better enjoy your WEST backyard. Within Walking distance to 2 schools and lots of shopping nearby
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City of Calgary, May 1, 2020 –

After the first full month with social distancing measures in place, the housing market is adjusting to the effects of COVID-19.

April sales hit 573 units, a decline of 63 per cent over last year.

"The decline in home sales does not come as a surprise. The combined impact of COVID-19 and the situation in the energy sector is causing housing demand to fall," said CREB® chief economist Ann-Marie Lurie.

"Demand is also falling faster than supply. This is keeping the market in buyers' territory and weighing on prices."

Sales activity eased across all price ranges, but the largest declines were for homes priced above $600,000.

With a greater share of the sales occurring in the lower price ranges, the average price decline was more than eight per cent. Prices for the average home are also declining, reflected by the benchmark price, which fell by nearly two per cent compared to last year.

New listings this month totalled 1,425 units, a decline of 54 per cent compared to last year. Inventories also declined, but with 5,565 units available, they remained high enough to push the months of supply above nine months. 

The economic impact of the situation is significant and early indications point toward more job losses and higher unemployment rates. Several government incentives will help cushion the blow, but challenges in the housing market are expected to persist throughout this year.

 

HOUSING MARKET FACTS

Detached

  • Detached sales eased by 63 per cent this month compared to last year, with the largest decline in the West district.
  • Slower demand was also met with easing supply, as new listings declined by 57 per cent. Overall, inventories eased by 25 per cent compared to last year. Despite the decline in inventory, the months of supply rose to more than eight months.
  • The detached benchmark price eased by one per cent over last year, totalling $479,100. Prices managed to remain flat in both the South and South East districts. The highest price decline was in the City Centre, with a drop of more than three per cent.

Apartment

  • Apartment sales slowed to 95 units. This is a 62 per cent decline over last year. New listings also slowed, but it was not enough to support a larger decline in inventory levels, which only eased by 13 per cent compared to last year. With 1,349 units in inventory, the months of supply rose to 14 months.
  • Condominium prices were falling before recent developments in the market and the pace of decline remained relatively unchanged at more than two per cent compared to last year. Since the first energy crisis in 2014, the citywide apartment benchmark price has declined by nearly 19 per cent.
  • Year-over-year prices have eased across almost all districts, but the South East district saw the largest year-over-year decline this month at nearly six per cent.

Attached

  • Semi-detached and row properties recorded a significant drop in sales and new listings, causing inventories to decline by nearly 20 per cent. However, with a combined inventory of 1,441 units compared to just 138 sales, the months of supply rose to over 10 months.
  • Semi-detached prices eased across all districts for a citywide year-over-year decline of nearly three per cent. The City Centre recorded the largest year-over-year decline at four per cent.
  • Row priced declined in all areas except the East district. Citywide row prices declined by more than two per cent for a total of $278,300.

 

REGIONAL MARKET FACTS

Airdrie

  • Sales in Airdrie slowed to 60 units in April. This decline in sales was met with a similar decline in new listings, which totalled 107 units. This helped reduce inventory levels, but with 407 units still in inventory, the months of supply rose to nearly seven months.
  • Overall, the benchmark price remains comparable to last year. Average prices have declined, but some of this is due to more homes being sold in lower price ranges, as there was a significant decline in sales for homes priced above $500,000.

Cochrane

  • April sales in Cochrane dropped to 29 units. This is 55 per cent below levels recorded in the previous year. However, new listings also eased. With only 61 new listings in the market, inventories declined to 281 units.
  • Prices were easing before social distancing measures were put in place and April's benchmark price totalled $398,900. This is nearly two per cent lower than last year. However, both the median and average price rose compared to last year. This is likely due to more homes being sold in higher price ranges, as there were no sales recorded in the lowest price range.

Okotoks

  • Both sales and new listings dropped, with totals of 17 and 44 units, respectively. Inventory remained well below last year's levels, but weaker demand pushed up the months of supply to nearly 12 months.
  • Prices were trending down from the start of the year, but levels have remained relatively stable compared to the previous year. In April, the benchmark price continued to trend down, totalling $402,300.


Click here to view the full City of Calgary monthly stats package.

Click here to view the full Calgary region monthly stats package.

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Corbella: Alberta's disease detectives save countless lives

Officially they’re called contact tracers — but in short they are nothing less than sickness sleuths, pandemic police or, more recently, COVID cops.

Alberta’s disease detectives — all of them either nurses, doctors or medical students who are volunteering their time during this pandemic — have contacted each and every one of the 2,908 Albertans who have, to date, tested positive for COVID-19. Once an infected person is contacted, these medical gumshoes do some scientific scouting that helps stop the spread of a communicable disease as soon as possible.

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The sudden and devastating impact of COVID-19 was more than apparent on Alberta’s housing markets, which were showing signs of recovery in early March, says the latest report from the Alberta Real Estate Association (AREA).

“March sales activity started the month strong, but the spread of COVID-19 and the dramatic drop in energy prices caused an abrupt downturn in the demand for housing by the middle of the month, causing provincial sales to decline by nine per cent,” says Ann-Marie Lurie, chief economist for AREA and the Calgary Real Estate Board (CREB). “This is an unprecedented time with a significant amount of uncertainty. It is not a surprise to see these concerns also weigh on the housing market.’


The impact on the housing market will likely persist over the next several quarters, says Lurie.

“However, measures put in place by the government and lending institutions, to help support homeowners through this time of job and income loss, will prevent more significant impacts in the housing market,” she says.

The impact on the housing market will likely persist over the next several quarters, says Lurie.

“However, measures put in place by the government and lending institutions, to help support homeowners through this time of job and income loss, will prevent more significant impacts in the housing market,” she says.


The nine per cent drop in sales province wide was met with a 15 per cent decline in new listings, causing a reduction in inventory levels and preventing significant gains in the amount of oversupply.

“Nonetheless, the risk and uncertainty regarding the economic situation also weighed on home prices, which eased by nearly three per cent in March, compared to last year,” says Lurie.

Calgary’s MLS housing market was enjoying a slow, but significant, turnaround from January to mid-March when the COVID-19 crisis stalled the market, resulting in a reduction in sales in all housing types, with the exception of the apartment sector.


“Home sales in the second half of the month in the Calgary region declined by nearly 10 per cent, which is nearly 24 per cent lower than activity over the past five years,” says Lurie. “At the same time, new listings in the region fell by nearly 19 per cent, contributing to an inventory decline of nearly 14 per cent.”

The Calgary market was facing oversupply and price declines prior to the recent changes caused by the pandemic and oil price crash, says Lurie.

“The recent changes will likely continue to weigh on prices,” she says. “Prices were already forecasted to ease this year due to oversupply in our market. In March, the citywide benchmark price was $417,400, nearly one per cent lower than last year. The reduction in both sales and new listings should help prevent significant price declines in our market.”


By type, single-family home sales declined 15 per cent, which was met with a larger decline in new listings, causing inventories to fall by 17 per cent and keeping the months of supply slightly lower than last year.

With 217 citywide sales, the apartment sector was the only one to record a year-over-year gain of 15 per cent, while new listings fell back, resulting in a small decline in inventory.

Semi-detached and row home sales declined 22 per cent and 12 per cent respectively, year over year. These sectors also had a significant drop in new listings, pushing down inventory levels for both property types.

 
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Latest updates

  • Cases have been identified in all zones across the province:
    • 1,673 cases in the Calgary zone
    • 429 cases in the Edmonton zone
    • 135 cases in the North zone
    • 77 cases in the Central zone
    • 68 cases in the South zone
    • 15 cases in zones yet to be confirmed
  • Of these cases, there are currently 60 people in hospital, 13 of whom have been admitted to intensive care units (ICU).
  • 400 cases are suspected of being community acquired.
  • A total of 50 Albertans have died from COVID-19 to date: 34 in the Calgary zone, eight in the Edmonton zone, seven in the North zone, and one in the Central zone.
  • To date, 270 cases have been confirmed at continuing care facilities, and 32 residents at these facilities have died.
  • There have been 89,144 people tested for COVID-19 and a total of 92,805 tests performed by the lab. In the last 24 hours, 3,831 people have been tested.
  • Effective immediately, Alberta Health Services will assume administration of Manoir du Lac in McLennan. Learn more here.
  • The 310 call centre is assuming standard hours of operation, from 8:15 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays, and will not be open this weekend.

Expanded testing

  • Alberta Health continues to closely monitor outbreak situations, and is working with employers and Alberta Health Services to expand testing to asymptomatic residents and staff in continuing care facilities and outbreak sites in the coming days. All workers from all companies at outbreak sites will be offered this opportunity.
  • Additionally, Alberta’s testing capacity is rapidly expanding and anyone with symptoms anywhere in the province can now be tested.
  • Those with symptoms of COVID-19, including cough, fever, runny nose, sore throat, or shortness of breath, should complete an online COVID-19 self-assessment. After completing the form, there is no need to call 811.
  • Alberta’s testing capacity is currently approximately 7,000 samples per day, and the laboratory network is working to increase this capacity.

Camping reservations temporarily suspended

  • Alberta Parks has suspended online campsite reservations and is refunding customers who have booked up to May 19.
  • The decision is in line with other jurisdictions, such as Ontario, British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Parks Canada, which have also suspended or delayed camping reservations.

Wastewater management

  • As the regulator of municipal wastewater systems, Environment and Parks is aware of reports from municipalities that some homeowners are flushing inappropriate items down toilets, such as disinfectant wipes or paper towels.
  • Albertans should avoid flushing items not intended for toilets because they can block sanitary lines, create service disruptions and cause sewer backups.

Temporary suspension of applications for emergency social services funding

  • Effective April 21 at 6 p.m., the Government of Alberta will be temporarily suspending applications for emergency social services funding to charities, not-for-profits and civil society organizations to support their COVID-19 response.
  • Government has received more than 600 applications for the $30-million fund. Current applications are being reviewed, and approvals for urgent requests will occur before reopening application intake.

Mental health supports

  • Confidential supports are available to help with mental health concerns. The Mental Health Help Line at 1-877-303-2642 and the Addiction Help Line at 1-866-332-2322 are available between 7 a.m. and 11 p.m., seven days a week.
  • Online resources provide advice on handling stressful situations or ways to talk with children.

Family violence prevention

  • A 24-hour Family Violence Information Line is available at 310-1818 to get anonymous help in more than 170 languages.
  • Alberta’s One Line for Sexual Violence is available at 1-866-403-8000, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
  • Information sheets and other resources on family violence prevention are available at alberta.ca/COVID19.

Quick facts

  • The most important measure Albertans can take to prevent respiratory illnesses, including COVID-19, is to practise good hygiene.
    • This includes cleaning your hands regularly for at least 20 seconds, avoiding touching your face, coughing or sneezing into your elbow or sleeve, and disposing of tissues appropriately.
  • For recommendations on protecting yourself and your community, visit alberta.ca/COVID19.
  • All Albertans need to work together to overcome COVID-19. Albertans are asked to share acts of kindness they have experienced in their community during this difficult time by using the hashtag #AlbertaCares.

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Prime Minister announces expanded access to Canada Emergency Response Benefit and support for essential workers

 
 
 

The Government of Canada is taking significant and decisive action to support Canadians and businesses facing hardship as a result of the COVID-19 global pandemic.

No Canadian should have to choose between protecting their health, putting food on the table, paying for their medication or caring for a family member. This is why the government introduced the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB), a taxable benefit of $2,000 every four weeks for up to four months for eligible workers who have lost their income due to COVID-19.

The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today announced that the government is stepping up to better support those who need help but don't qualify for the CERB, and Canadians working in essential jobs who make less than they would if they received the benefit.

To help more Canadians benefit from the CERB, the government will be changing the eligibility rules to:

  • Allow people to earn up to $1,000 per month while collecting the CERB.
  • Extend the CERB to seasonal workers who have exhausted their EI regular benefits and are unable to undertake their usual seasonal work as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.
  • Extend the CERB to workers who recently exhausted their EI regular benefits and are unable to find a job or return to work because of COVID-19.

The COVID-19 pandemic has placed particular demands on low-income workers in certain sectors, including those on the front-line in hospitals and nursing homes, those ensuring the integrity of the food supply, or providing essential retail services to Canadians.

In recognition that these essential workers’ salaries are often less or similar than what they would receive from the CERB, the government will work with provinces and territories through a new transfer to cost-share a temporary top-up to the salaries of workers deemed essential in the fight against COVID-19, who make less than $2,500 a month. Details as to the application and delivery of this measure will be released shortly following further work with provinces and territories. This measure could help several million workers currently involved in the COVID-19 response. The government will continue to look for ways to better help all Canadians during this difficult time.

Quotes

“We will do whatever it takes to protect the health and safety of Canadians, while making sure that our workers and businesses are supported. This is an extremely difficult time for all Canadians, and we need to make sure that essential workers have the support they need so they can continue to do the critical work we all rely on. Together, we will get through this difficult time.”

The Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada

“The COVID-19 pandemic has had significant impacts on workers in all sectors, including those on the front-line saving lives in hospitals and nursing homes. The measures we are introducing today will ensure that they are properly compensated for their efforts, and ensure that workers who have lost income as a result of the pandemic get the help they need through the Canada Emergency Response Benefit.”

The Hon. Bill Morneau, Minister of Finance

“We remain unequivocal in our commitment to support Canadian workers impacted and unable to work due to COVID-19. Through the Canada Emergency Response Benefit we are ensuring that Canadians have access to the emergency income they need during this difficult time. Today’s announcement recognizes that many Canadian workers who did not qualify for the CERB were still in need of financial assistance – which is why we have worked hard to expand the eligibility criteria to be more inclusive.”

The Hon. Carla Qualtrough, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Disability Inclusion
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I have listed a new property at 84 COPPERSTONE DR SE in Calgary.
Welcome Home! Perfect home for your young family, Located across from green Space & WALKING path, and a CORNER lot too. As you enter you will be greeted by a nice sized living room with FIREPLACE that invites you in, an upgraded kitchen with CHOCOLATE stained FULL height cabinets & an EXTENDED ISLAND with GRANITE counter top, and a dining area that makes this kitchen both spacious & functional and has HARDWOOD throughout the main floor. The powder room is tucked away at the back. Upstairs you will find a SPACIOUS master and 4 piece ensuite plus 2 other bedrooms and a main bath. The lower level has been started and has a full bath, an area for a bedroom and flex room, just needs your finishing touches to complete. Close to schools, shopping, & transit.
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I have listed a new property at 376 MORNINGSIDE CR SW in Airdrie.
Located on a FAMILY Friendly street, this FULLY finished home has it all, -no back neighbors & WALKING distance to St Veronica & Coopers Crossing SCHOOLS and as a bonus no traffic congestion. As you enter, you will notice the spacious open foyer, & as you head down the hallway , you will find a DEN with french doors. The back of the house features a LARGE kitchen with TONS of cabinets and pantry & nook, & a Family room with FIREPLACE. The Upper floor features a SPACIOUS bonus room, 2 good sized kids bedrooms and a truly GRAND master big enough to fit a KING bed and then some. The ensuite with its separate JETTED tub is perfect to soothe those tired muscles. The Lower is perfect for entertaining with a WET bar, great for watching sports or playing cards, a bathroom & bedroom complete the lower level & the backyard is large enough for the kids!!
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Please visit our Open House at 376 MORNINGSIDE CR SW in Airdrie.
Open House on Sunday, March 1, 2020 2:00PM - 4:30PM
Located on a FAMILY Friendly street, this FULLY finished home has it all, -no back neighbors & WALKING distance to St Veronica & Coopers Crossing SCHOOLS and as a bonus no traffic congestion. As you enter, you will notice the spacious open foyer, & as you head down the hallway , you will find a DEN with french doors. The back of the house features a LARGE kitchen with TONS of cabinets and pantry & nook, & a Family room with FIREPLACE. The Upper floor features a SPACIOUS bonus room, 2 good sized kids bedrooms and a truly GRAND master big enough to fit a KING bed and then some. The ensuite with its separate JETTED tub is perfect to soothe those tired muscles. The Lower is perfect for entertaining with a WET bar, great for watching sports or playing cards, a bathroom & bedroom complete the lower level & the backyard is large enough for the kids!!
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I have sold a property at 376 MORNINGSIDE CR SW in Airdrie.
Location, Location, Location, This fully finished home is situated on a quiet street - no back neighbors & walking distance to the new St Veronica school & Coopers Crossing School- and as a bonus no traffic congestion!! And if you are a Cowboys Fan, You will love the downstairs MAN CAVE. As you enter this home , you will notice the spacious front entry, leading you down the hall to the DEN/OFFICE with double doors, Kitchen with TONS of Maple Cabinets, large NOOK & Family Room with FIREPLACE. The 2 story open staircase leads up the SPACIOUS bonus room, 2 bedrooms and a truly GRAND master bedroom which fits a KING bed and then some. The Ensuite with its separate JETTED tub is perfect to soothe those tired muscles after a long day. The lower level is perfectly set up for all you sports fans, with a WET bar, Area for a poker/pool table, watching TV, bathroom & Bedroom.
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I have sold a property at 36 REDSTONE AV NE in Calgary.
Dreaming of a DOUBLE KITCHEN? Bring on the GOURMET chef. HIDDEN SPICE-KITCHEN -Perfect for simmering all day feasts.This home has it all 9ft ceilings, HARDWOOD & TILE floors , MOCHA 42' cabinets in BOTH kitchens with GRANITE counters, center island, & Family sized nook, DECK with PRIVACY wall, Spacious great room. UPPER Laundry- THREE bedrooms- A spectacular Master with walk-in closet and an ENSUITE to die for-EXTRA large glass & Tile shower & Dual Sinks. Landscaped with a white PICKET fence out front.The Basement awaits your finishing touch. With more than 3.5 km of PATHWAYS connecting the community, OUTDOOR Fitness stations for both kids and adults, FUTURE LRT and close to CROSS IRON MILLS shopping makes REDSTONE a great community to live in.
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