Lovingly cared-for family home in the heart of Roseland. Amazing location, just a short walk to John Tuck Elementary School and Lake Ontario while nestled on a 73 x 125 mature lot. Create your Summer vacation getaway here with lots of room to relax and enjoy the outdoors. The fully fenced backyard features exposed aggregate walkways and patio, and mature trees abound to create a feeling of escape.
Featuring 3 bedrooms, 3 bathroom (1 full & 2 half), original hardwood flooring, 2 natural gas fireplaces, updated windows, and many updates over the years like a remodeled kitchen. The basement features a walkout to the backyard and the attached garage has inside entry.
Don’t let this amazing opportunity pass you by. Any offers will be graciously accepted on Monday March 29th at 6pm.
4 Level Side Split
73' X 125'
Attached Garage & Double Drive
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John Tuck was a farmer as well as a school trustee and donated the land for the school to be built on in the late 1950s. A new school was built in 1960-1961, originally to be called Pinecove School, but it was decided to dedicate it to the memory of John T. Tuck as the school was built on the back end of his farm. The land was previously owned by Tuck’s son Lawrie, who then sold the land to Mr. John Cowan, who in turn, sold it to the Board of Education for the site of John T. Tuck Public School. Want to learn more?
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