8 - 116 Notch Hill Road

189,900
For Sale
3 Bed
2 Bath
9 Days

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Type
Condominium
Style
2 Level
Size
1048 sqft
Age
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Pets
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Taxes
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Strata Fees
$350 /mo
Walkscore
41
MLS®#
K18002482
Days on Site
9
Listed By
Re/max Finest Realty Inc., Brokerage
Last Checked
5 minutes ago
Last Updated
9 days ago
Added to Zolo
Jul 13, 2018

Property

Style
2 Level
Property Type
Single Family
Subdivision Name
18 - City Central West
Postal Code
K7M2X1
Province
Ontario
Ownership Type
Condominium

Inside

Bedrooms
3
Bathrooms
2
Flooring
Carpeted, Hardwood

Building

Stories
2
SQFT
1048
Heating
Natural gas
Building Area Units
square feet
Levels
2

Parking

Parking Spaces
1

Fees

Association Fee
350
Association Fee Frequency
Monthly

Listed by

Master bedroom
Second level
N/A
Bedroom
Second level
N/A
Bedroom
Second level
N/A
Recreational, Games
Basement
N/A
Kitchen
Main level
N/A
Living room
Main level
N/A
4pc Bathroom
Second level
N/A
3pc 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 1048 ft2 condo in the area is:
$203,193
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Elementary
7.6
Kingston 2.54 km
Secondary
6.9
Marie-Rivier 3.68 km
Secondary
8
Regiopolis/Notre-Dame 3.33 km
Secondary
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118 mins
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115 mins
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