$999,000

Price

For Sale

Status

Detached

Type

3+2

Bedroom(s)

2

Bathroom(s)

$4,297.00 / 2022

Taxes Per/Year

About 426 Rimilton Ave

Charming bungalow situated in a close knit, family friendly neighbourhood. An open concept kitchen offers a bright and airy entertaining space, three spacious bedrooms, two renovated bathrooms and a finished basement with separate entrance. Conveniently located close to Sherway Gardens, Farm Boy, QEW/427, GO Train, schools & parks.

Extras:  Electrical(’13) rear addition, roof, spray foam attic(’16) landscaping (’17) furn & a/c (’18. Incl fridge, gas stove, dishwasher, washer/dryer, excl grey living room & dining room drapes, 2 hallway light fixtures.

426 Rimilton Ave Highlights

  • Charming bungalow
  • Family friendly neighbourhood
  • Open concept kitchen
  • Bright and airy entertaining space
  • Three spacious bedrooms
  • Two renovated bathrooms
  • Finished basement with separate entrance
  • Conveniently located close to Sherway Gardens, Farm Boy, QEW/427, GO Train, schools & parks.
  • Extras:  Electrical('13) rear addition, roof, spray foam attic('16) landscaping ('17) furn & a/c ('18. Incl fridge, gas stove, dishwasher, washer/dryer, excl grey living room & dining room drapes, 2 hallway light fixtures.

Listing Courtesy of ROYAL LEPAGE INFINITY REALTY, BROKERAGE

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Bordered by Evans Avenue to the north, the train tracks to the south, Kipling Avenue to the east and Etobicoke Creek to the west, Alderwood was originally known as New Toronto Park or New Toronto Heights. Often referred to as “the place above the tracks”, it was the home to the famous Vaudeville sister team, […]

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