January 23, 2012

South Surrey Home is Big on Curb Appeal

Forest Edge residence combines heritage style with modern design

14139 23rd Ave., Surrey
Type: 4-bedroom, 4-bathroom detached
Size: 3,229 sq. ft.
B.C. Assessment, 2012: $973,000
Listed for: $1.298 million
Sold for: $1.293 million
Sold on: Dec. 23
Days on market: 58
Listing agent: Mike Grahame at HomeLife Benchmark Realty
Buyers agent: Lily Zhong at RE/MAX Westcoast
The big sell: Properties that are opposite parks are often popular, primarily because of the lack of immediate neighbours, but also because of the greenbelt views. This South Surrey home is no exception, being across from Sunnyside Acres Park. It has distinct curb appeal with peaked roofs, a mix of wood and stone-effect siding, and a landscaped garden in the front. It was custom-built in 2008 in a heritage style that showcases extensive use of crown moulding and detailed wainscotting. There is a 20-by-16-foot open-plan great room, an entertainment-style kitchen with large island and high-end appliances, a heat pump and pantry, and a media room. A sweeping staircase leads to four spacious bedrooms with vaulted ceilings. The master bedroom has a spa-style ensuite bathroom and large walk-in closet. The private lot measures 8,153 square feet and has an oversized double garage.

Compiled by Nicola Way of BestHomesBC.com and AssignmentsCanada.ca. Realtors — send your recent sales to nicola@besthomesbc.com.

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