This immaculately maintained bungalow is in a neighbourhood that could easily be Ottawa's best kept secret. Faircrest Heights, often referred to as the Urban Forest, is lush with green spaces, criss-crossed with paths, minutes from downtown yet feels as if it is far from the city. This 1958 Bungalow embodies true-mid-century design and outstanding original features. The home itself is set back from the street on a beautiful lot and both inside and out, the architecture has hints of Frank Lloyd Wright influences; every aspect has been thoughtfully and artistically crafted. In the front door and you immediately notice the fine wood and stone work, the Vermont slate flooring in the vestibule giving way to custom oak flooring and all the other impressive details that make up the overall feel of this very genteel house. A generous kitchen is family ready and leads out to a side door and a screened in porch. The open living/dining area is filled with sun – an immense window looks out on a serenely private back garden. But perhaps the most notable feature is the exquisite angel stone fireplace that runs the length of a wall and wraps around the entrance hall. The master bedroom is discreetly tucked away at the end of the hallway; two other bedrooms and a perfectly finished home office complete the main floor. Downstairs hosts a family room with a second fireplace, as well as a guest bedroom and bathroom. The space seems endless! Refined, inspiring and full of potential, this is a must see property in a spectacular neighbourhood.
Charles Sezlik, Cindy Sezlik and Dominique Laframboise, Sales Representatives
Prudential Town Centre Realty Inc. Brokerage Independantly owned and operated.
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