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For Sale! Classic in Style, Unique in Location.

For Sale! Classic in Style, Unique in Location.

Rarely does a home become available for sale on this prestigious street, which backs onto Idington Creek and is just a stone’s throw from Stratford’s iconic Avon River and idyllic Theatre Park System. Of the original 3 red-brick, 2 ½-storey houses that stand tall in a row on James Street, this gracious old home was the first built and is also the largest. A welcoming, grand foyer with a handsome staircase makes an immediate impression. Character is abundant throughout, with spacious rooms, beautiful hardwood floors, and a large living/dining room that features exposed-beam ceilings. High wooden baseboards, wide trim, and elegant French doors in a deep, rich varnish. Upstairs, there are 4 bedrooms (one with access to a deck that offers a breathtaking view of the park-like backyard), and lots of potential to create additional living space in the tall height of the “ready for your finishing ideas” attic. Local wildlife and natural views abound in the 180-foot-deep backyard, where you can launch your canoe and take in all the sights of beautiful Stratford as you paddle along.  Located in desirable Bedford School ward, and a lovely quiet neighbourhood.

MLS 30677602

List Price: $525 000

Starts:August 9th, 2018

Ends:August 16th, 2018

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