732 3rd Avenue N

297,900
For Sale
3 Bed
1 Bath
5 Days

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Type
Single Family
Style
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Size
900 sqft
Lot Size
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Year Built
1951
Taxes
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Walkscore
73
MLS®#
SK737092
Days on Site
5
Listed By
Royal Lepage Varsity
Last Checked
2 minutes ago
Last Updated
5 days ago
Added to Zolo
Jun 14, 2018

Property

Property Type
Single Family
Year built
1951
Subdivision Name
City Park
Postal Code
S7K2K1
Province
Saskatchewan
Ownership Type
Freehold

Inside

Bedrooms
3
Bathrooms
1

Building

Stories
1.5
SQFT
900
Building Area Units
square feet
Levels
1.5

Land

Lot Features
Lawn
Frontage
35 ft
Fencing
Fence

Listed by

Bedroom
Second level
10 x 10
97 sqft
Bedroom
Second level
9 x 12
108 sqft
Storage
Basement
10 x 9
86 sqft
Other
Basement
11 x 23
258 sqft
Laundry room
Basement
11 x 14
151 sqft
Bedroom
Main level
9 x 12
108 sqft
Kitchen
Main level
14 x 8
108 sqft
Living room
Main level
16 x 12
183 sqft
4pc 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 900 ft2 house in the area is:
$318,753
You should visit soon.
Homes like this sell on average in 25 days.
Expect to bid higher.
9 out of 10 homes like this one have sold over asking.
You're unlikely to get a deal.
Only 1 in 100 homes like this sell below 93% of asking.
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