843 Royal Oak Avenue

979,000
For Sale
4 Bed
2 Bath
4 Days

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Type
Single Family
Style
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Size
1898 sqft
Lot Size
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Year Built
1957
Taxes
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Walkscore
58
MLS®#
394182
Days on Site
4
Listed By
Royal Lepage Coast Capital - Chatterton
Last Checked
14 minutes ago
Last Updated
4 days ago
Added to Zolo
Jun 14, 2018

Property

Property Type
Single Family
Year built
1957
Postal Code
V8X3T3
Province
British Columbia
Ownership Type
Freehold

Inside

Bedrooms
4
Bathrooms
2
Fireplaces Total
2

Building

View
Yes
SQFT
1898
Building Area Units
square feet
View
Mountain view, Valley view

Parking

Attached Garage
Yes
Carport
Yes
Garage
Yes
Parking Spaces
4

Land

Lot Size Area
12632
Zoning
Residential
Lot Size Units
square feet

Listed by

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 4 bedroom 1898 ft2 house in the area is:
$969,210
6.7
Northridge 1.5 km
Elementary
6.2
Eagle View 2.03 km
Elementary
10
St Michaels 6.32 km
Elementary
7.7
Pacific Christian 2.47 km
Secondary
n/a
St Margaret's 2.05 km
Secondary
9.1
St Michaels 6.32 km
Secondary
* School ratings provided by School Report Cards by the Fraser Institute (2014)
Downtown Richmond 76.82 km
Victoria International Airport 17.2 km
$800,000
$200,000
$5,000

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