41680

$209,900

Details

  • $209,900
  • Bank Foreclosure
  • Attached , Apartment/Condo
  • Size: 990 Sq Ft.

A Bank Foreclosure is a property that has been repossessed by the bank because the owner was not able to make the required mortgage payments for the property. When this happens, the bank is now considered as the owner of the property. Most of the time, banks are not ready to own homes. That is why typically, they are eager to sell these homes to buyers at a very attractive price. Although their asking (list) price is provided, you may also present a reasonable offer below this list price. If there is no Listing Agent available, you can make offers yourself and contact the bank directly.Beautifully updated bright and spacious 2-bedroom home in Autumn Terrace! This spacious open floor plan home is located on a quiet street and features new flooring throughout, baseboards, new kitchen countertops, new stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, new electrical plugs, light switches, 5 foot shower, large covered and enclosed glass deck, freshly painted throughout and a large dining room and living room great for entertaining. This centrally located (2nd floor) home is easily accessible to all amenities including transit and easy freeway access. Autumn Terrace (55 plus) is a well run and maintained building! Call to view today!

Notes: Beautifully updated bright and spacious 2-bedroom home in Autumn Terrace! This spacious open floor plan home is located on a quiet street and features new flooring throughout, baseboards, new kitchen countertops, new stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, new electrical plugs, light switches, 5 foot shower, large covered and enclosed glass deck, freshly painted throughout and a large dining room and living room great for entertaining. This centrally located (2nd floor) home is easily accessible to all amenities including transit and easy freeway access. Autumn Terrace (55 plus) is a well run and maintained building! Call to view today!

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