791 WELLINGTON ST LONDON ONTARIO
Brokered by: RE/MAX ADVANTAGE REALTY LTD., BROKERAGE, INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED
791 WELLINGTON ST, LONDONONTARIO CANADA | MLS# 591518 | For Sale Only
Type: Residential Style: 2 Storey Age: OL Lot Size: 46.58 X 101.00 Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 1 - 1 Side of Road: West Water Front: No Pool: No Handicap Acc: Fireplaces: Yes Sewer: Sewer Rentals: Water Heater Water: Municipal Foundation: Full, Part-Completely Done, Concrete Garage: Sngl Garage Att Heating: Hot Water, Central Air, See Remarks Flooring: Hardwood, Ceramic Interior Features: Stove, Oven Built-In, Microwave, Dishwasher, See Remarks Exterior Features: Treed Lot, Patio(S), Shopping Nearby, Playgrnd Nearby, See Remarks
Rooms & Sizes
Code Level Size Living Room w/Fireplace M x Dining Room M x Kitchen M x Sunroom M x Bedroom 2 x Bedroom 2 x Bedroom 2 x Bedroom 2 x Sunroom L x Games Room L x 2 Pc. Bathroom 2 x 4 Pc. Bathroom 2 x
Description: First time on the market ever. Been in the same Old North London Family for over 68 years. This Arts and Craft Architectural gem was built in 1927 on one of the most desirable streets in London. The curb appeal is magnetic and the private lush treed rear yard is irreplaceable. It has a unique attached garage with inside entry + additional door to the gardens. The exposed woodwork, gleaming hardwood flooring, leaded and stained glass windows, original glass, porcelain, brass doorknobs and fittings are cira 1920s though recently renovated by the award winning Duo Building Design. Innovative blue pearl granite bathroom, open eat-in kitchen, giant soaker tub, wood burning fireplace, casement windows and new window awnings compliment this charming residence. Efficient 2014 hot water heating, A/C in upper level, stone driveway and curved walkway reflect the aura of this oasis of yesteryear. New roof,sunny East/West exposure and a stroll to hospitals,schools, Western, grocers and Richmond Row. By Appt.
Directions: Wellington St at St. James 3rd house in from corner on West side. Access off of Richmond by Sir Adam Beck or Oxford Street just past Hellmuth.