This house was built in 1944 and has two bedrooms, a living room/dining room, a large bright kitchen, a full bath, and laundry on the main floor. The kitchen, bathroom, and laundry room are over a crawl space while the rest of the house is over a partially finished basement with high ceilings. The house comes with a fridge, a stove, a washer and a dryer, and a small chest freezer for appliances.
The home and property are freehold with the land zoned as R1 Residential. The property across 48th Avenue from the home is the Pouce Coupe Seniors Center. The property across 50th street from the home is currently used as a church. The land the Seniors Center and the church are located on are both zoned as P1 Institutional. All other surrounding land is zoned as R1 Residential.
The home heating is a natural gas forced air furnace. Hot water is supplied by a natural gas hot water tank. Water and sewer are both supplied by the Village of Pouce Coupe. The house has a 100 AMP electrical service installed. High speed internet is available from Telus or Shaw. All utilities and appliances were tested and found to be in excellent working condition in the first week of July 2018.
The house will need a new roof. The front door is an insulated steel door. The windows are older single pane and most windows have storm windows fitted as well. The house is situated on a double lot and has a large wood shed in the back yard which was built and delivered by the Cleardale Hutterite Colony. The house is technically located on what should be 5001 48 Avenue but at some point 5001 and 5003 became one lot in the village. If you look at the property listing on BC Assessment you will see that the property is still two lots and could potentially be split back in to 5001 and 5003 48 Avenue allowing you to build a home or install a modular home on each lot.
The property tax for the home is under $500 a year if you qualify for the home owners grant. The village utilities of water, sewer, trash and recycling averaged $150 every three months in the previous year.
The home was rented for the previous three years and with a small investment could be ready to be a rental property again. The partially finished basement could be easily renovated to add two additional bedrooms and a large playroom to the house.
The home is currently vacant and is priced well below the last assessment price. The sellers are very motivated and are only trying to get enough money to pay off the outstanding mortgage.
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