$649,900

35 Southshore Crescent #404

Stoney Creek ON, L8E 0J2

Description

How would you like to wake up to an unobstructed sunrise over Lake Ontario every morning? How about the largest-available 21-foot lake-view balcony in a penthouse suite at the Waterfront Trails complex? Here's a rare opportunity! Featuring airy 10-foot ceilings, luxuriously appointed with solid quartz countertops, high-end appliances and top-quality flooring throughout, almost nothing is left of builder-grade finishes. Enjoy a full master ensuite and walk-in closet, in-suite laundry, custom window coverings and the subtle yet significant addition of dimmable pot-lights in the living room, kitchen, and baths. TWO owned underground parking spots. Quality built in 2016 with every possible amenity including spacious rooftop patio with amazing views, a generous party room with walkout area, yoga room, secure bike storage, even access to a perfect little beach. Pay your monthly fee and turn the key, this is true care-free luxury living. Viewings by private appointment only.

Details

MLS#H4086113
Listing TypeFor Sale
StyleTown House
Sub-TypeResale
StatusActive
Days On Site70

Features

Bed(s)2
Bath(s) 2 Total
Story(s)1 Storey/Apartme
Property ViewYes
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Area Information
ProvinceON
CountyHamilton
CityStoney Creek
Postal CodeL8E 0J2
AreaHamilton
Community NameCommunity Beach / Fifty Point
Listing VS Median (in Community Beach / Fifty Point)
Price:
$649,900
low | high
Med:
$519,888
70.004923834436% of Average
On Site:
70
low | high
Med:
180
38.888888888889% of Average
Listing Updated: 10/30/2020
Nikola Bucalo LogoMLS Number: H4086113
Listing Provided By:
Nikola Bucalo  of  Apex Results Realty Inc.
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