One of the most common reasons for moving from one home to another is space. Whether it is too little space or too much space, when your home no longer matches up with your life, it makes moving to a home that is a better fit very appealing.
Now don’t get me wrong. Features such as upgraded kitchens or bathrooms, new floors, backyards with trees – these are all things that home buyers value.
If the space doesn’t work for the buyer though, the steeliest of stainless steel appliances won’t matter. (I apologize to the Ontario education system for using the word steeliest. You didn’t fail me, but I may have just failed you.)
I am thrilled to have just put a property on the market that combines great living space with the features that buyers are looking for in a home.
It is a semi-detached home in the Madoc area of Brampton, on a quiet crescent that is just a few streets away from Queen and Rutherford. With easy access to Hwy 410, it is in an ideal location.
The home itself is almost 2,000 square feet of living space, including the finished basement. It has 4 bedrooms upstairs as well as a full washroom. The basement has a family room and another full washroom. There is even a powder room on the main floor for guests. The floors throughout the home are new and the kitchen and bathrooms have all been redone. It has patio doors leading to the backyard from the living room area and the backyard has mature trees and is a great size.
The best part is that all this upgraded space is available for under $400,000! Listed at $386,900, the home is a fantastic opportunity to get the space you need at a price you want. For pictures, a 3D virtual walk through tour and floorplans, visit www.49newstead.com.
We have had lots of interest in the property and I expect it to sell quickly, so get in touch if you would like to know more.
Based on the level of interest in the home, I can say with confidence that now is definitely a good time to sell a home in Brampton. If you or someone you know is considering selling, please let me know. I would love to be responsible for what comes next.