30 Lakecrest Drive, Dartmouth
Well constructed bungalow built circa 1950. Features aluminum siding, full, dry basement; oil hot water heating; hardwood floors throughout just refinished; numerous large closets; large vinyl windows flood all rooms with natural light. Most of windows on the main level were replaced approximately 15 years ago. Large rooms and an especially large kitchen (15 x 11 1/2 feet). Foundation, structure, roof, walls, plumbing, electrical, and heating systems all in excellent condition.
Ideal location; near Mic Mac Mall, schools, churches, grocery stores, bus routes, restaurants, drug stores, medical center; quiet cul-de-sac; large lot; large house footprint; large backyard; driveway for four vehicles; garage.
Driveway and garage currently need repairs.
Zoned R3. Quick close date available.
30 Lakecrest Drive, Dartmouth, NS B2X 1T8
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