Clean start

Re­cently up­dated Lin­den Ridge home good as new

Winnipeg Free Press - Section G - - RESALE HOMES - By Todd Lewys

BUILD­ING a lux­u­ri­ous new home is ex­cit­ing, save for one thing: you have to wait as much as a year for it to be built. Not only that, there’s a good chance once you do move in, other homes will be in the process of be­ing built around you. Con­se­quently, that means home sweet home won’t be all that sweet be­cause of all the con­struc­tion noise break­ing the si­lence. If that process isn’t for you there’s an al­ter­na­tive to buy­ing new — find­ing a rel­a­tively new, well-main­tained home in a cen­tral, es­tab­lished area. A good can­di­date would be the 2,830 square foot two-storey home found at 44 Ocean Ridge Dr. in lux­u­ri­ous Lin­den Ridge, said David De Leeuw of RE/MAX Pro­fes­sion­als. “With this home — which was built in 2003 — you’re ba­si­cally get­ting a like-new home in a de­sir­able, cen­tral lo­ca­tion with a big­ger than nor­mal lot,” said De Leeuw. “Ev­ery­thing in this home is near per­fect from the light­ing, to the win­dows, to the floor­ing and a host of other won­der­ful fea­tures.” He added the home is like new be­cause it’s un­der­gone ex­ten­sive up­grades in the last year or so. “Lit­er­ally ev­ery area of the home has been up­graded. All the bath­rooms have been up­dated, as has the light­ing, doors, coun­ter­tops, floor­ing and win­dow cov­er­ings. The mud­room off the kitchen is new, as is the fur­nace, which is a new high-ef­fi­cient model with new HRV. This home is like new and ready to go.” The hard­wood floors gleam and the open-con­cept lay­out that un­folds in front of you is iden­ti­cal to those found in brand-new homes. De Leeuw said the syn­ergy be­tween the floor plan and fin­ishes is noth­ing

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