21 Fourth Avenue, Long Point, ON

$514,900

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3

Beds

1

Bath

830

Square feet

About 21 Fourth Avenue

Have you been dreaming about cottage living? Welcome to 21 Fourth Avenue, Long Point. This 3 bedroom vacation home has been lovingly cared for over the years and is ready for you to make summer memories here with your family - all you need to do is unpack your bags. Featuring just over 800 square feet, this cottage offers an open concept living room with eat in kitchen complete with updated cabinets and laminate flooring; 3 bedrooms, including primary bedroom with 2 sets of patio doors, and an updated 4 piece bathroom. Outside offers a great storage shed, and a large wooden deck with screened in gazebo - perfect for entertaining. The front deck is the perfect spot to sit and enjoy a morning coffee. Located just a short walk from the beautiful sandy beach, Long Point Bay, and marina, this cottage is the perfect place to relax and enjoy cottage life this summer.

Features of 21 Fourth Avenue

MLS® # 40247635
Price $514,900
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1.00
Full Baths 1
Square Footage 830
Type Residential
Sub-Type Single Family Residence
Style Bungalow
Status Active

Community Information

Address 21 Fourth Avenue
Area South Walsingham
Subdivision Long Point
City Long Point
County Norfolk
Province ON
Postal Code N0E 1M0

Amenities

Parking Spaces 2
Is Waterfront No
Waterfront Lake Privileges
Has Pool No

Interior

Appliances Water Heater Owned, Microwave, Refrigerator, Stove
Heating Electric, Fireplace-Propane
Cooling Window Unit(s)
Fireplace Yes
# of Fireplaces 1
Fireplaces Living Room, Propane
Has Basement Yes
Basement Crawl Space, Unfinished

Exterior

Lot Description Rural, Irregular Lot, Beach, Near Golf Course, Marina
Roof Metal
Construction Vinyl Siding
Foundation Concrete Block

Additional Information

Days on Market 67

Listing Details

AgentRachel Larose
OfficeERIE'S EDGE REAL ESTATE LTD. BROKERAGE

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