Queens Park 1908 heritage charmer on a tree lined street. This home is an entertainer's dream. Welcoming foyer ushers your guests to the modern, spacious and classically inspired country kitchen, fully outfitted with high end appliances and custom millwork. Large, attached family room to relax in comfort and just steps out the door is a private deck with hot tub. Upstairs features 3 bedrooms and a full featured heritage bathroom. Use a fourth bedroom and third bathroom in the basement, or rent it out (approved suite). Follow the cobblestone driveway to the 2 car garage (2010) with your own private climbing wall! 66X132 well maintained lot, front and back. Built by Engineer Robert J. Watson in 1908 this home has been loved, cared for and updated for 100+ years.
Matt's approach to the real estate business is to be highly responsive, professional and knowledgeable. It’s understandable that when someone makes that decision to buy or sell their home they want answers immediately. It is a priority to him to address inquiries as fast as possible so you can take your thought process to the next stage.
He prides himself on knowing the details of the sales that occur in our neighbourhood. If you’re reading this, then you are probably the type to keep a keen eye on sales in your area. It’s a tall task for him to know every detail of all sales in New West, but he does his best to know the information that has the most impact on the value of your home.
In 2014, He was ranked the #3 Individual Agent at RE/MAX Advantage Realty.
When you decide to buy a home, either to live in or for investment, you will be faced with many choices and decisions. It is an exciting process and one way to grow financially. Once you own a home you will have the power to make your own improvements and renovations as well as feel the pride and rewards of doing so.
Selling your home is one of the most important decisions you will make in your life. Your home is likely your largest asset - this may be the biggest financial move you've ever made, one that requires significant thought and strategy.