18 Fyfe Street

319,900
For Sale
4 Bed
2 Bath
4 Days

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Type
Detached
Style
House
Size
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Lot Size
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Year Built
1977
Taxes
$2,664 /yr
Walkscore
39
MLS®#
SK737060
Days on Site
4
Listed By
Royal Lepage Regina Realty
Last Checked
2 minutes ago
Last Updated
4 days ago
Added to Zolo
Jun 14, 2018

Property

Architectural Style
Bi-Level
Transaction Type
For Sale
Year Built
1977
ListAOR
Regina
Area Major
Saskatchewan
Community
Sherwood Estates
Ownership
Freehold
Postal Code
S4X 1J8
Property Type
Residential
Type
Detached
Province
Saskatchewan
Street Name
Fyfe

Inside

Bathrooms
2
Bedrooms
4
Appliances
Fridge, Stove, Washer, Dryer, Dishwasher Built In, Freezer, Garage Door Opnr/Control(S), Microwave Hood Fan, Window Treatment
Interior Features
Air Conditioner (Central), Alarm Sys Owned, Floating Shelves
Number Of Kitchens
1
Rooms Total
9

Building

Exterior Features
Stucco, Vinyl
Water Softener
Not Included
Basement Walls
Concrete
Structure Type
House
Levels Above Ground
1
Basement
Full Basement, Fully Finished
Furnace
Furnace Owned
Heating
Forced Air, Natural Gas
Roof
Asphalt Shingles
Water Heater
Rented
Water Heater Type
Gas

Parking

Garage
2 Car Detached
Parking Total
4

Fees

Tax Gross Amount
2664
Tax Year
2018

Land

Lot Size Total
5604
Lot Size Acres
0.0129
Lot Size Units
Square Feet

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http://www.myvisuallistings.com/evt/264175
The approximate value of a 4 bedroom house in the area is:
$316,701
Regina International Airport 6.04 km
$800,000
$200,000
$5,000

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