Copeland Park was largely developed by pioneer Ottawa builder A. B. Taylor in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s. This modernist period after the Second World War was a great era for architecture. 1119 Cameo was built in 1963, with its considerable living spaces, large bedrooms and generous sized lot, this home was designed for the family on the go.
This stylish side-split offers three bedrooms and two bathrooms, a large family style eat-in kitchen, two wood burning fireplaces, a convenient main floor laundry room and an attached garage with inside entry. Gorgeous hardwood flooring on the main floor, and even hiding under the carpets on the second level, just waiting to be re-finished and shined up. There’s a large lower level family room, large enough for the whole family, and a perfect hideaway for your teenage children. The lower level workshop is the perfect place to cultivate your newest hobby or work on household projects.
Outside is where the fun happens, this yard is a blank canvas waiting for your creative touch. The patio is a lovely place to enjoy summer BBQ’s and late night stargazing. There’s more than enough room for your organic veggie garden or new play structure.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to call Copeland Park your home.
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|House Type||Split Level|
|Garage||One attached, inside entry|
|Outdoor Space||Fenced yard|
|Builder||A. B. Taylor|
|Flooring||Hardwood, tile and carpet over hardwood|
|Heating||Forced air/ Natural Gas|
|Fireplaces||Two wood burning|
|Utility Fees||Hydro – $105/mo, Gas – $140/m,o Water – $40/mo|
|Neighbourhood amenities||Close to shopping and restaurants on Baseline, Merivale and Carling. Walking distance to several parks including Copeland Park, Ainsley Park, Agincourt Park and Navaho Park. Just a couple blocks away from the Experimental Farm Pathways - you can bike right downtown!|
|Property Inclusions||Fridge, stove, oven, dishwasher, microwave hood fan, washer and dryer.|