December 19, 2012
North Delta home sells in just two days
Type: Four-bedroom, three-bathroom detached
Size: 2,145 sq. ft.
B.C. Assessment, 2012: $434,800
Listed for: $509,800
Sold for: $502,000
Sold on: Oct. 11
Days on market: 2
Listing agent: Tom Edwards at RE/MAX Performance Realty
Buyer’s agent: Tom Edwards at RE/MAX Performance Realty
The big sell: North Delta is the largest of the three communities — the others being Ladner and Tsawwassen — that make up Delta. It is popular with growing families, due to its numerous parks and recreational opportunities, which include walking and biking trails in Watershed Park, and swimming, aerobics and hockey at the recently renovated Sungod Recreation Centre. Another claim to fame — according to Wikipedia — is that it was home to the first Krispy Kreme doughnut shop in B.C. This 1970s home has undergone numerous updates over the years, primarily to the roof, furnace, windows, perimeter drains, hot water tank and deck. There are maple hardwood floors throughout the kitchen and eating area, oak cabinetry, a built-in single garage, and a fenced rear yard. The two levels provide ample room for a family, and the 6,600-square-foot lot offers space for gardening and play.