Quesnel - Town, Quesnel 634 JONES STREET

About This Home

Extremely well maintained home in a quiet area of North Quesnel boasting 3200+ square feet with 4 beds, 2 baths, massive deck and a man cave/workshop that dreams are made of! This home shows very well with massive rooms in the entertainment zone including a large oak kitchen w/eating bar plus access onto the massive sundeck holding a hot tub. In case you wouldn't need all of that square footage, this home has serious suite potential with a separate basement entry and fully developed basement. There is definitely the possibility of adding more bedrooms in the basements as well, if needed. The deck has a skookum concrete perimeter foundation with waterproof decking membrane, which houses the awesome man cave underneath. The yard is fenced, nicely landscaped and has room for RV parking.

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Royal LePage Aspire Realty (Que)

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Gross Tax: $2,997.63
For Tax Year: 2020
Sales History
March 29, 2012 $228,000
March 15, 1981 $59,500
Feb. 15, 1979 $19,500