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  • Full Name: JOANNE WITT
  • Location: VESUVIS
  • Phone: 250-931-1035
  • Expires: 8 days, 16 hours

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  • Item listed by: on August 31, 2018

    Item Description:

    Park like 1.35 acre property. Charming colonial style home and inviting front porch, surrounded by lush landscape and mature, fruiting trees, vines & berries. .
    Convenient main floor living with open concept living/dining area and bright kitchen. Main bedroom with ensuite, full bathroom, sunny office room or hobby room, separate laundry room. Lower level has 2 large bedrooms with connecting bath, large media room/library and an additional room for home gym or other. Extra large insulated garage/workshop with built
    in shelving drawers, work bench and wood stove. Good sized green house & garden areas.
    Short distance to Duck Creek Park, Vesuvius beach and the ferry. Great Location!

    2160 sq ft.

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