7203 113 St Edmonton for sale Listing ID E4063915

05/12/17 10:59 PM

Selected haikus for 7203 113 St: Should I knock it down/ or should I renovate it?/ Both are good options.

Seven minute walk/ to Belgravia station/ quiet street and neighbourhood.

Heavy spring rains cause/ occasional basement leaks./ Be one with the rain.

Moment of silence/ Some old houses should come down/ Gentrification.

Buy for lot value/ Build a house and garage suite/ Successful landlord.

This house has served well over the years, housing many university students, up to 5 at a time. The decision is now yours to restore it or raze it. A corner lot with RF1 zoning. The lot is 130.25′ x 42′, or 12.8m x 39.7m. New roof. Plenty of space to build a big house plus a big garage suite. Interested?

7203 113 St

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