Greater Victoria Property Group Presents
1610 Belmont Ave, Victoria, BC V8R 3Y7
Offered at $1,750,000
1610 Belmont Avenue
Welcome to this bright charming Fernwood property, backing onto a park and offering 4 legal units for your comfort and enjoyment.
Inside, you’ll find 3 one-bedroom units and 1 bachelor suite, all with tons of natural light and many with beautiful original features such as stained-glass windows, fir flooring, and claw foot tubs.
For added flexibility, units 1 and 4 can be combined into a larger suite with an additional bedroom!
Vacant Possession, Move in this Summer!
“Vacant Possession” means the buyer has full and exclusive use of the property without any interference or limitations caused by previous occupants.
The original adjoining staircase is still there waiting for your creativity.
Each unit is equipped with baseboard heating and separate hydro meters.
The basement has the potential for more living space and currently provides storage space, a workshop and shared laundry facilities.
Outside, you’ll enjoy a large deck, newer roof, a single-car garage, and a lovely south-facing backyard.
This property is perfect for a large family or anyone looking to live in one unit and rent out the rest or rent out the entire property for revenue.
All units are currently furnished rentals, and furniture can be purchased separately.
Don’t miss out on the chance to see this charming property for yourself!
This property has excellent revenue potential.* Get the downloadable PDF detailing annual revenue and expense for this property between May 2022 to April 2023 by clicking the button below.
This property is situated between Begbie & Pandora, just inside the southeast boundary of Fernwood. Oak Bay lies eastward, and Downtown Victoria is due west.
You will enjoy the unique character of this neighbourhood with its 1900s-character homes, community gardens, parks, and green spaces. The beating heart is the Fernwood Community Centre with an eclectic variety of shops and the Belfry Theatre where you can watch contemporary dramas.
Explore cozy coffee shops, trendy eateries, artisanal boutiques, and vintage stores. Pick up locally grown food at the weekly farmer’s market.
Step out your door to enjoy a peaceful retreat to nature while reading a book or playing a round of tennis in Stadacona Park’s manicured square. Kids will enjoy burning off some energy in the modern playground.
Walkscore.com gives this neighbourhood a very walkable 85/100, meaning you can accomplish most of your errands on foot. 75/100 means convenient transit and a bike score of 92/100 is a biker’s paradise.
Nearby schools include Belmont Secondary School a few blocks away, Margaret Jenkins Elementary and Oaklands Elementary School around 2 km distant, Spectrum Community School about 2.5 kilometers away, and Christ Church Cathedral School about 3 kilometers away.
Stadacona Park Playground
The Stadacona Park Playground Replacement project aims to create an inclusive and accessible playground. The draft plan proposes relocating the playground to an area with improved sightlines and better integration with the park’s natural surroundings.
The project goals include creating an inclusive and accessible playground, designing engaging play spaces to cater to different ages, and enhancing natural areas and ecosystems.
The design will ensure barrier-free access for children with mobility challenges, with resilient surfacing and ample space between elements.
Features will include towers, swings, climbers, trampolines, spinners, and natural elements like boulders and log step edging.
The playground’s location will be near a greenspace, mature trees, and garden beds, creating a central activity hub within the park. The location also provides easy access to sport courts, cycling networks, and public transit.
Community feedback will be considered in the final playground design, and construction is expected to be completed in 2023. Stadacona Park, known for its large mature trees and garden beds, is a popular greenspace in the Fernwood neighborhood.
The park contains a provincially designated Sensitive Ecosystem Inventory (SEI) area aimed at supporting wildlife conservation and sustainable land use.
The playground replacement project is part of the city’s park infrastructure renewal program, with an investment of $600,000 to develop an inclusive and accessible playground for children of all ages and abilities.
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