FULLY RENOVATED IN 2020!! Get ready to love the finest that condo life has to provide at 165 Duke Street East, Unit 323 in Kitchener. This incredible penthouse unit measures nearly 1100 square feet and has been tastefully redone with approximately $35,000 worth of upgrades! The open concept of this one bedroom unit is welcoming, impressive, and optimal for entertaining. It features stunning engineered hardwood flooring throughout, modern brand-new LED light fixtures, boasts 10 foot ceilings and has been freshly painted. The living room and bedroom have floor to ceiling windows, letting in an abundance of natural light. This unit features a Juliette balcony, ideal for enjoying the sunrise from this east-facing top floor view! The kitchen is incredible and has stunning maple wood cabinetry, with brand new mosaic granite countertops including a breakfast bar and brand new high-end appliances including an induction range for those passionate about cooking with quality. This great home has an oversized bedroom with a walk-in closet and a bathroom that has been entirely updated and features a granite vanity. Enjoy the luxury of in-suite laundry, private underground parking and a beautiful outdoor courtyard. This amazing home is situated in the heart of the city, merely a two minute walk to the LRT! It is steps away from the Kitchener Market where you will be able to experience an excellent grocery environment and relaxing live music at the Saturday Farmer’s Market! It is also close to Victoria Park, downtown Kitchener, outstanding restaurants, wonderful schools, and so much more! Condo fees include building maintenance, parking, heat, natural gas, private garbage removal, property management fees, landscaping, snow removal and water! This home could be yours before the holidays with a flexible closing date!
|Property Type||Single Family|
|Bedrooms Above Ground||1|
|Size Interior||1072 Sqft|
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