950 Island Highway
Campbell River BC
Canada V9W 2C3
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|Address||4669 Mclauchlin Drive|
|Sub Area||Z2 Courtenay East|
|Property Type||Single Family|
|Lot Size||0.20 Acres|
|Floor Space||2326 Square Feet|
|Parking||Garage - Double|
Great family home on large 0.20 acre level lot in central east Courtenay, with zoning that allows for a suite. Bring the whole family, there's lots of room , with 3 bedrooms on the main floor, the master bedroom has an ensuite and walk in closet, and 4th bedroom down. Large family room, laundry room, and 3 piece bath also downstairs at entry level. Up on the main floor there's a large kitchen with eating nook, a formal dining room that opens into a beautiful living room area. A large covered deck is great for those summer evenings with stairs going down to another patio and a large, fully fenced, level private backyard with mature landscaping and a double car garage. Located close to the college and the new hospital. This one has it all!
Listed by RE/MAX Ocean Pacific Realty (CX)
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With many years of experience in sales and service, owning The Urban Nest Home has given Melanie an enriched background in home design and decorating. The yearning desire to be constantly challenged has driven Melanie into a career in real estate. She is continuously looking for ways to be creative with her listings as no two homes are alike nor should they be marketed alike. Not only is Melanie committed to getting the deal done, she believes the importance of having that lasting relationship with her clients that will continue on long after. Referrals are what are important to Melanie and uniting good people with great spaces. When not at work she balances her free time with her husband free-wheeling on their mountain bikes, running the trails or baking up a storm.
"The ache for home lives in all of us, the safe place where we can go as we are & not to be questioned."