Explore the hidden beauty of this Oak Bay home

Niels Madsen takes you through what makes this house shine

Prospective home buyers, take note.

Tucked away in the heart of Oak Bay is a hidden gem that may be exactly the house you’re looking for.

“This storybook beautiful house has so much to offer,” says Niels Madsen, an experienced and top-producing Realtor in Victoria.

“You’ll appreciate the quality of both the material and the workmanship throughout. The spacious interior is well suited for families, professionals, and downsizers. The sunny southwest-facing deck and shady pergola offer a prime location to entertain guests, BBQ or to relax with a refreshing beverage.”

Here are four more reasons why this home is one of Oak Bay’s best kept secrets:

  1. Luxurious comfort. A highlight of this house is the spacious master bedroom with its amazing ensuite. The house also features three beautiful fireplaces to curl up beside and a stylish media room that’s great for movie nights.
  2. A gardener’s dream. With its private yard and garden area, this home has everything for the green thumb in the family to realize their botanical vision. This is the place to be when spring arrives and the flowers are in bloom!
  3. Room to play. This property boasts a single-car and a massive double-car garage; a rarity in South Oak Bay. If you have several higher-end automobiles, an RV, or even a boat, this property is a perfect fit for you! If you like to work with you hands, the garage also comes with a workshop area.
  4. Location, location, location. Situated at 988 Victoria Ave., this home is just a few short blocks away from everything you’ll need or want. Oak Bay Village, with its assorted amenities, beaches and parks, are within an easy walking distance. Bus routes connecting you to the rest of the Greater Victoria are very accessible. The beautiful scenery in Oak Bay will ensure that every day in the neighbourhood comes with a view!

“This is a rare home and pleasure to see in person. Feel free to contact me and I’d be happy to provide you with a tour,” says Niels.

To find out more about 988 Victoria Ave., get in touch with Niels Madsen at 250-388-5882.

 

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