Looking for a comfortable and convenient place to call home in Napanee? Look no further than this charming semi-detached house in a great west-end neighbourhood. This property is meticulously maintained and boasts a variety of features that will make your life easier and more enjoyable.
On the main level, you'll find beautiful hardwood, ceramic flooring, and pot lights that provide a warm and inviting atmosphere. Moreover, the inside entry from the garage is a convenient touch, allowing you to quickly and easily bring in groceries or other items. The kitchen is spacious and well-appointed, with ample storage space. Furthermore, upstairs, three bedrooms offer plenty of space for relaxation. The lower level of this home features a large rec room that provides plenty of space for family gatherings or entertaining guests. Additionally, the forced air natural gas furnace and central air ensure you'll be comfortable all year round, no matter the weather outside.
One of the highlights of this property is the large deck off the dining room, which provides the perfect spot to relax and unwind with friends and family. The fenced-in yard offers plenty of privacy and security, allowing you to enjoy your outdoor space to the fullest.
Location is everything, and this home is ideally situated close to the hospital, parks, trails, and other amenities. You'll appreciate the easy access to everything you need while still being able to enjoy a peaceful and serene neighbourhood.
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The town of Greater Napanee is located 45 km west of Kingston and has a population of 15,892. It is the county seat of Lennox and Addington County. The mayor of Greater Napanee is Marg Isbester, and council consists of the mayor, deputy mayor, and 5 ward councillors.
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