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481 Summer Street Saint John, New Brunswick E2M 2R1

Heat Pump Baseboard Heaters, Heat Pump, Hot Water Landscaped

$260,000

This home has been most recently been converted back to a single family home from a two family home and this was done by removing the Kitchen Sink so as to only be charged as a single family home. The home can easily be converted back to a two family home by re-installing the kitchen sink in the lower level and once again you will have a two family home. The home is well built but is dated in some of the areas of the home. There has been many upgrades to the home over the past few years such as 2-200 Amp electrical entrances, some new windows and doors as well as the roof shingles being replaced on the house approximately 12 or so years ago. The roof on the detached two car garage was upgraded to a steel roof about 8 years ago as well as installing new vinyl siding. The spectacular views of the Bay of Fundy, Partridge island and on some occaissions can look right into the Digby Gut in Nova Scotia. This home offers the best views of the Cruise ships that come and go from Saint John Harbour. It is especially a beautiful site when these cruise ships depart or arrive in the evenings with all their lights on (id:35613)

Property Details

MLS® Number NB075810
Property Type Multi-family
Features Sloping, Balcony/deck/patio

Building

Appliances Refrigerator, Microwave, Stove, Dishwasher
Constructed Date 1969
Cooling Type Heat Pump
Exterior Finish Cedar Shingles, Wood
Flooring Type Carpeted, Laminate
Foundation Type Concrete
Heating Fuel Oil
Heating Type Baseboard Heaters, Heat Pump, Hot Water
Roof Material Metal,membrane
Roof Style Unknown,unknown
Stories Total 2
Total Finished Area 2250 Sqft
Type Duplex
Utility Water Municipal Water

Land

Access Type Year-round Access
Acreage No
Landscape Features Landscaped
Sewer Municipal Sewage System
Size Irregular 10000
Size Total 10000 Sqft
Size Total Text 10000 Sqft
Zoning Description R2

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