The inviting porch and updated exterior instantly attract you to this early 20th century 2-storey. Original mill work and a large entry provide a warm welcome and plenty of room for visitors. The large living room features original hardwood floors and a gas fireplace, and the room is large enough for two separate seating areas and plenty of friends & family. This room glows with natural light, thanks to six large windows. Directly adjacent, you’ll find a generous formal dining room with a gorgeous view of the back yard and a charming built-in china cabinet. A doorway leads to the kitchen – who doesn’t love the ability to close the door on that kitchen mess when company are over? – where you’ll find plenty of cabinets and counter space and another large window. Just off the kitchen, you’ll find a lovely sun room, surrounded by windows and a view of the established back yard.
Take the substantial wood staircase up to the second floor, and you’ll find three good-sized bedrooms, including a sunny master with a modern 3-piece ensuite. There’s even room for a cozy reading nook in the upstairs hall! The basement is partially developed, with a laundry room, a 2-piece bathroom, and tons of storage. Updates include plumbing, electrical and hot water tank. Don’t miss this chance at a wonderful London Road character home.
One of the best known and most historic neighborhoods in Lethbridge, the core of London Road was part of the original Lethbridge townsite (built circa 1890-1914) with the rest of the neighborhood built after World War II. London Road borders downtown, Midtown, and the Upper East Side. This vibrant community has been recognized across Canada as a successful inner-city neighborhood. That’s thanks, in part, to the strong & well-organized neighborhood association, one of the oldest in the City. This community-oriented association boasts a Facebook page and an established website. They’re active advocates for their neighborhood and regularly host community activities. Check them out at londonroadna.ca!
The neighborhood is home to three parks: Kiwanis Greenacres Park, Kinsmen Park, and London Road Park. It’s also within walking distance of the Civic Centre plus fitness facilities and programs at the YWCA and YMCA.
Small business flourish in this inner city neighborhood. Some of the best known include London Road Market, Crazy Cakes Bakery, and Jasmine Room – but you’re sure to discover more hidden gems as you stroll around!