10656 - 95 St NW

499,900
For Sale
Bed
Bath
63 Days

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Type
Multi-family
Style
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Size
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Lot Size
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Year Built
1949
Taxes
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Walkscore
79
MLS®#
E4089087
Days on Site
63
Last Checked
6 minutes ago
Last Updated
2 months ago
Added to Zolo
May 17, 2018

Property

Transaction Type
For sale
Property Type
Multi-family
Year Built
1949

Inside

Fireplace
False

Parking

Parking Spaces (Total)
2

Land

Size
3304 sqft|1/2 - 1 acre
Acres
false
Size Irregular
3304
Size
3304 sqft|1/2 - 1 acre

Listed by

Associate
Christopher D. Greidanus
Brokerage
Re/max Elite
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 bedroom townhouse in the area is:
$492,620
You should visit soon.
Homes like this sell on average in 19 days. There is an 26% chance that this home will be sold within one week of listing.
Expect to bid higher.
2 out of 10 homes like this one have sold over asking.
You're unlikely to get a deal.
Only 6 in 100 homes like this sell below 93% of asking.
Mccauley Housing Stats Edmonton Housing Stats
* This data is not provided by the Edmonton Real Estate Board
5.4
McKee 0.37 km
Elementary
9.2
St. Martin 0.67 km
Elementary
9.9
Mount Pleasant 1.25 km
Elementary
n/a
Mckee school 0.27 km
Secondary
7.8
Harry Ainlay 0.8 km
Secondary
10
Old Scona 3.85 km
Secondary
* School ratings provided by School Report Cards by the Fraser Institute (2014)
Downtown Edmonton 1.19 km
15 mins
6 mins
14 mins
4 mins
Edmonton International Airport 35.46 km
77 mins
34 mins
* This data is not provided by the Edmonton Real Estate Board
$800,000
$200,000
$5,000
* This data is not provided by the Edmonton Real Estate Board

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