959 Mountainview Avenue

WHITEHAVEN | $809,900

4 bedroom  |  2 bath

Property type: Detached
Property style: Side split

New bright kitchen with quartz counters and plenty of storage, 2 vintage immaculate bathrooms, large lower level family room. Classic side split layout with 2 bedrooms up and 2 bedrooms down, lower bedrooms almost at grade with bright windows. If you're looking for a very well kept home on an amazing lot this is the home for you. Or perhaps you're a builder considering this large well positioned lot in a high end central neighbourhood? Either way, come have a look at the great potential with this home and site.

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 3

Full bathrooms: 2

Year built: 1959 (approx.)

Property taxes: $6,087.00/2019 (City of Ottawa Estimate)

Rental equipment: Hot water tank

 

Parking: 2 garage attached, surfaced

Total parking: 6

Heating: Forced air

Heating fuel: Natural gas

Air conditioning: Central

Water: Municipal

Sewer: Sewer connected

Foundation: Poured concrete

Exterior: Brick

Floor coverings: Hardwood, Carpet, Tile

Neighbourhood influences: Playground nearby, Public transit nearby, Recreation nearby, Shopping nearby

Inclusions: Dishwasher, refrigerator, stove, microwave with hood fan, washer, dryer, window coverings, automatic garage door opener + remote(s)

Exclusions: Living & dining room drapes

ROOM DIMENSIONS 

Room

Foyer:
Kitchen:
Living room: 
Dining room: 
Partial bath:
Master bedroom:
Bedroom:
Bedroom:
Bedroom:
Full bath:
Recreation room:
Laundry:

Dimensions


11’6 x 11’0
20’2 x 11’0
11’0 x 9’2

14’6 x 10’2
12’4 x 9’0
14’5 x 11’3
11’4 x 9’4
9’2 x 7’2
20’0 x 14’9

 

Level
 
Main
Main 
Main
Main 
Main
2nd
2nd
2nd
2nd
2nd
Lower
Lower


WHITEHAVEN

Whitehaven was developed on the lands of Fox farm starting in the 1950s. The Fox farm homestead can still be found on Fox Crescent in the north part of the neighbourhood with its windmill tower now shaded by a large tree. Originally the east side of the neighbourhood was subdivided into large lots, typically 50 by 50 metres. In the 1960s, the west side was developed with smaller lots but mostly large custom homes. At the same time, many lots in the east side of the neighbourhood were subdivided and infill housing was built. Subdivisions have continued through to today, giving Whitehaven a very eclectic housing character. Whitehaven Crescent was built up throughout the mid 1960s as the area's namesake.
The south west side of the neighbourhood contains a large park with a playground, with schools including D. Roy Kennedy Public School and Woodroffe High School. Whitehaven has plenty of transportation links, green space and shopping centres. The Carlingwood and Lincoln Fields shopping malls are within walking distance. Both shopping centres are serviced extensively by OC Transpo with Lincoln Fields being serviced by the Lincoln Fields Transit Station on the Transitway. Whitehaven is also connected locally to a network of bike paths with direct access to downtown Ottawa. Not to mention easy access to the new LRT!

Chad ClostSOLD