Natural light spills into the living room of this charming 1976 bungalow, inviting you in to visit with family and friends. Directly adjacent, you’ll find a generous dining area with a view of the beautiful yard. The kitchen has plenty of cabinets and counter space, including a sit up eating bar with room for four. The main floor also includes three bedrooms and a full bath.
Downstairs, you’ll appreciate the large family/games room, a fourth bedroom and a second full bath. There’s also a large utility room, plenty of storage and a flex room that’s perfect for a den, sewing room or a fifth bedroom, if you add a wardrobe.
The fully fenced yard is where this home truly shines! Large trees provide shade and dappled sunlight for the patio, deck and beautiful garden beds on this 56’ x 150’ lot. You’ll also love the shed, greenhouse and single detached garage. This family-friendly home is close to the schools and just a short walk to downtown Raymond.
Located 20 minutes south of Lethbridge on Highway 52, Raymond is sure to impress you with a myriad of recreational and cultural facilities – you won’t believe this is a community of less than four thousand people!
Cultural Facilities include Broadway Theatre, home to concerts, plays and community performances; the Raymond Pioneer Museum, which chronicles the community’s pioneer heritage and houses the Raymond Sports Hall of Fame; and the Raymond Public Library, with a collection that rivals many cities.
The Raymond Aquatic Centre opened in 2010 and features 2 water slides, a rock climbing wall, 1 and 3 metre diving boards, Jr. Olympic 6 lane pool, spray toys, beach points, shaded picnic area, and a toddler section.
Victoria Sports Park is a $3,200,000 facility and consists of 3 regulation sized grass fields, 1 regulation artificial turf field and track and field facilities, complete with stadium lighting, seating for over 1000, a multi-purpose room, change rooms, concession and washrooms. This facility is home to all football, judo, rugby, soccer, track and field and other community programs and user groups.
Raymond offers K-12 schooling in three schools (elementary, junior and senior high), situated just blocks from the Raymond Aquatic Centre. Raymond High School is known for its sports achievements in basketball, Canadian football, and women’s rugby. Although it typically averages about 250 students, it has carved out a reputation that rivals some of the largest schools in Alberta and even Canada.
Raymond is known for its annual rodeo, the Raymond Stampede (founded in 1902 and held around June 30th every summer) and its large Mormon community. Raymond Heritage Days is held annually during the first week of July to celebrate the town’s founding. The small town also has an ice arena, campground, multiple playgrounds, a golf course, walking paths – the amenities just keep coming! Check out the community’s amazing website at www.raymond.ca!