View Full Version : FS Starter home in Tuscany

04-03-2009, 09:00 AM
1065 sq feet
unfinished basement
2 bed
1 bath
Double car garage

Welcome to 115 Tuscany Valley Dr NW. This stunning bi-level is finished to the "9s"! Glorious vaulted ceilings, high end maple hardwood, ceramic tile, upgraded trim + warm designer colours make this a "show home"! Fabulous open concept design with a garden door from the dining area + spacious kitchen with tons of cabinetry,a large centre breakfast island AND a walk in pantry! The two bedrooms are tucked away through an elegant archway + the master is HUGE with a "Juliet" balcony. The basement is resplendent with light from 4 generous windows + will easily accomodate two additional bedrooms, full bath + a great media/recreation room. The sunny south backyard boasts a gigantic deck, a double garage + is fully fenced.Situated on a quiet street in a family community surrounded by green space, parks + schools with easy access to major transportation arteries, this is the perfect home for you! Call today for your private viewing of this outstanding home!

offered at 339,900


04-03-2009, 09:24 AM
1. Why does show home have quotations around it? Makes it sound like there's something wrong with it. I mean it makes it sound like there's something "wrong" with it.

2. Finished to the "9s" or has an unfinished basement? Which is it? :dunno:

Not trying to beat you down, just trying to understand since I'm looking for a house in the area. But I've looked at a few in Hidden Valley and similar areas with 2 car garage, 4.5 bathroom, 3 level, finished basement and fireplace for $297,000. It is a duplex though which might account for the price difference, just pointing it out. Not sure if this one is a house or duplex, good luck.

04-06-2009, 01:11 PM
Just curious but is the lack of garage the only explanation for the difference in price between these two houses that are just doors apart? Seems strange seeing this one has more square footage but the two houses look almost exactly the same from the outside.


I don't mean to rain on the sale or anything(And if anything I posted goes against this subforums rules I apologize) but I am simply curious as to how things are being priced in the current market. This house is the first actual detached house that is not in the middle of nowhere that I might be able to afford :)