221 Twillingate Road

635,000
For Sale
3 Bed
4 Bath
42 Days

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Type
Single Family
Style
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Size
2175 sqft
Lot Size
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Year Built
2005
Taxes
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Walkscore
6
MLS®#
441593
Days on Site
42
Listed By
Re/max Check Realty
Last Checked
1 minute ago
Last Updated
1 month ago
Added to Zolo
Jun 8, 2018

Property

Property Type
Single Family
Year built
2005
Subdivision Name
Z1 Willow Point
Postal Code
V9W1V1
Province
British Columbia
Ownership Type
Freehold

Inside

Bedrooms
3
Fireplace Features
Conventional
Bathrooms
4

Building

SQFT
2175
Building Area Units
square feet

Parking

Attached Garage
Yes
Garage Spaces
1
Covered Spaces
1
Garage
Yes

Highlights

Community Features
Quiet Area

Land

Lot Features
Landscaped
Lot Size Units
acres

Listed by

Living room
Main level
18 x 23
409 sqft
Kitchen
Other
10 x 15
151 sqft
Master bedroom
Other
11 x 13
140 sqft
Bedroom
Other
11 x 13
140 sqft
Other
Other
12 x 32
398 sqft
Kitchen
Main level
9 x 14
129 sqft
Dining room
Main level
12 x 14
172 sqft
Master bedroom
Main level
11 x 15
172 sqft
Other
Main level
9 x 12
108 sqft
Laundry room
Main level
5 x 7
32 sqft
Living room
Other
15 x 18
280 sqft
4pc Bathroom
Other
N/A
2pc Bathroom
Other
N/A
4pc Bathroom
Main level
N/A
2pc Bathroom
Main level
N/A
The listing data above is provided under copyright by the Canadian Real Estate Association. The listing data is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed accurate by the Canadian Real Estate Association nor Zolo.
The approximate value of a 3 bedroom 2175 ft2 house in the area is:
$591,185
4.9
Willow Point 1.29 km
Elementary
4.1
Georgia Park 1.6 km
Elementary
7.5
Campbell River Christian 5.9 km
Elementary
5.6
Timberline 3.79 km
Secondary
n/a
Campbell River Christian 5.9 km
Secondary
* School ratings provided by School Report Cards by the Fraser Institute (2014)
Victoria International Airport 280.28 km
190 mins
Campbell River Airport 7.48 km
8 mins
$800,000
$200,000
$5,000

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