37 Duncairn is a four bedroom side split located in an established neighborhood. It has large rooms with large windows letting in a lot of natural light. The kitchen is enormous and features an eat in dinette. This is a good and solid family home harking back to living life in the 1970’s, back to when we had seven channels of TV to watch, the newspaper was delivered after school, your dad drove a Pontiac and if you wanted to play soccer, you had to ride your bike to get there.
The special features of this home are the four large bedrooms, the multi-room basement and the large eat-in kitchen.
It is the fact that this home has four bedrooms that is going to sell it. A four bedroom house for just over $300,000 is a rare find in Kitchener Waterloo, especially in an established and pleasant neighborhood as nice as this.
The neighborhood is convenient to schools, a swimming pool, public library, shopping at the Sunrise Centre and an entrance to the Conestoga Parkway. I’ve always liked the rolling hills that Forest Hills and Forest Heights neighborhoods are built upon. In fact, when we first moved to Kitchener Waterloo, we almost bought a house not far from 37 Duncairn.
The house itself, we weren’t sure to list it as a two story or as a side split.
As a real estate agent, I’m in and out of houses almost everyday. I get a little bored by the sameness of our homes in Waterloo Region. Since the 1990’s most of the custom home builders (except for some high-end ones) went out of business, so our real estate is pretty similar and getting more so all the time. It is refreshing to visit a home that has an unusual layout. The term “cookie cutter” will not come to mind when you visit this home.