How to Research the History of Your Home

How to Research the History of Your Home

Have you ever wondered about the history of your home? You likely know who owned it before you, and maybe you know the history of your neighborhood, but by doing a little sleuthing, you can learn so much more!   1. Talk to your neighbors! Your neighbors are a great source of informal information on your property and the surrounding neighborhood. They often have information that’s not readily available in official documents or online resources.    Read More

Ranch Love in a Prime Location

Sold: Ranch Love in a Prime Location

  • $540,000
  • 2305 sqft
  • 3 Bed, 2 Bath

This Beaumont-Wilshire/Alberta beauty is close to restaurants, parks, cafes, grocery and shopping. Updated throughout but has kept the 1940’s charm including hardwood floors, coved ceilings, corner windows, two wood burning fireplaces and spacious rooms. Updates include remodeled bathrooms, finished basement with stained concrete floor, new windows, updated systems, and some improvements to the kitchen including newer stainless appliances. On a fenced corner lot, the rooms are flooded in natural light. The yard is perfect for gardening, pets or just hanging out and chatting with your neighbors. A rare two car garage has plenty of storage and space for cars but could also be a workshop or whatever your heart desires. View the Listing

Buckman Beauty

Sold: Buckman Beauty

  • $625,411
  • 2220 sqft
  • 3 Bed, 2 Bath

Sunny + Solid Buckman Victorian! Fully remodeled kitchen w/ french doors to private backyard, covered sitting/sipping porch, soapstone counter + sink, Danish Rais woodburning stove + new main floor bath. Spray foam insulated to the hilt! Skylights, high-efficiency furnace, copper plumbing, modern sewer line, chicken coop w/greenroof, grapes, cherry + Asian pear trees, raised garden beds + built-in beer taps! Just blocks to food/bikeway! View the Listing