Property of the Week: $769,900 Glenora Renovation

This space is the perfect combination of modern finishes and character details.

April 20, 2017

Where it is

10324 136 St.


This home, located in the Glenora neighbourhood, was built in 1960. However, it has recently undergone an extensive renovation.

What to love

The 100-year-old restored clawfoot tub and exposed brick in the master bathroom are guaranteed to please those who love character details, and the modern finishes throughout the space will enchant those who prefer a more modern take on home decor.

What to consider

The open concept main floor is perfect for those who love entertaining, and the sloped ceiling on the upper level adds character to the space.

The stats

1,952 square feet

4 bedrooms

3 baths

1 attached balcony

1 triple garage detached

Property listed for $769,900 with realtor Tyler Fiege

The marble flooring and double doors create a grand entry space when you first step in.

The spacious kitchen is open to the rest of the main floor.

The dining room space is filled with light courtesy of the corner windows.

The exposed brick adds warmth to the bathroom, and the 100-year-old clawfoot tub adds a dose of history.

The master bedroom comes with an attached balcony to give you the feel of a master retreat. 


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