Chuck Groocock

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New property listed in 406-Queens County, South Shore

New property listed in 406-Queens County, South Shore

I have listed a new property at 134-136 Bristol Avenue in Liverpool. See details here

MORTGAGE HELPER on the South Shore of Nova Scotia with lots of potential! Solid, spacious, and well-maintained two-unit property centrally located, can be converted to a tri-plex. Great way to afford getting into the real estate market. More affordable than a single family dwelling & great future income earning potential. Live in one side and enjoy income from the other. Or, move into one side, renovate the other and do monthly furnished rentals. The local hospital is a teaching hospital, so temporary accommodation is often required. Or, if you need a larger space, this duplex could easily be converted into a 6 bedroom home! This duplex has solid bones and is situated on a large corner lot within walking distance to all amenities (grocery stores, library, Emera Centre, coffee shops, Astor Theatre, etc). Road frontage on Bristol Ave. and very large frontage on Hank Snow Way. Lots of space for an accessory dwelling. To the left of the property is a museum, behind it is Great Oak Park, and across Bristol street is the entrance to a trail system taking you to Pine Grove Park. Even better, this duplex is on Nova Scotia's treasured South Shore with the Atlantic ocean, historic lighthouses, and white sandy beaches (Beach Meadows, Carter's Beach, and many only known to locals) nearby. The units, each 3 bedroom both currently rented, have mirror image floor plans. Each unit has 2 full floors, plus basement, front sunroom, back mudroom and walk up 3rd floor. Lots of space! Original features include high ceilings, large windows with lots of natural light, hardwood floors on the main level, original stairs/bannisters and mouldings/woodwork. Separate electrical services (each 100 amp), hot water baseboard heat with two furnaces and two oil tanks. Please see documents for complete write-up.