3D Showcase allows you to walk through the property in 3d
Room Sizes (1,910 Sqft)
|Kitchen||8 x 14’3”|
|Dining Room||11’6” x 11’8”|
|Living Room||18 x 12|
|Bedroom||10 x 11|
|Bedroom||12’6” x 15|
|Bedroom||12’8” x 8|
|Den / Office||8’1” x 8’5”|
|Address||2214 Columbia Avenue|
|Property Type||Single Family|
|Floor Space||1910 Square Feet|
|Lot Size||0.08 Acres|
This beautiful heritage home features gorgeous period details such as white oak wood floors with mahogany insets all throughout the main floor, arched doorways, awning over front door, antique hardwares, french doors, beveled glass and fantastic curb appeal. Modern windows, renovated galley kitchen with stainless steel appliances and updated bathrooms, many expensive updates are complete. Steps from downtown Rossland is super convenient and easily walkable access to shopping and dining. The yard is private an landscaped while being an easy manageable size. Downstairs is an unfinished basement offering a huge amount of storage or your development plans. Main floor 'bedroom or den' was once used for home based aesthetics business. The cutest little half/powder room is located upstairs with the three bedrooms (third bedroom quite small, maybe best for office or nursery), fir floors that have been refinished at some point. This home is a real charmer in a tidy package - super appealing!
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I’ve been a Realtor since 2003, a Property Manager since 2010 and the owner and managing broker of Mountain Town Properties since 2011. In this relatively short time, I have already experienced the ups and downs of the real estate market, but it’s obvious that we are living in different times right now. Despite today’s tough market, I believe that everyone deserves to own their own home and to take great vacations to nice places.
My career in real estate began at Panorama Mountain Resort, an Intrawest owned and operated resort at Invermere in the BC Rockies. My employer, Playground Real Estate, was the sales and marketing division for Intrawest’s resort developments. I attended many of Playground’s professional sales training retreats and through that experience I achieved several high performance sales awards.
Most of my experience during this time with Playground was in resort recreational real estate with a focus on new construction, pre-sales and selling off-plan.
In 2005 Playground Real Estate was contracted to pre-sell a 254 unit condominium located east of Seattle, in a historic mining town called Roslyn. This project lasted 6 months for us and I had the experience of my life!
Soon after, Playground dissolved and many of the higher management spun off to start the Canadian franchise of Sotheby’s International Realty Canada. I was contacted to join Sotheby’s at RED Mountain Resort through the current ownership group. Our team was assembled to pre-sell Slalom Creek, Morning Star, The Mountain Project and Caldera.
In 2008/09, when the global economic downturn occurred, I settled in Rossland and worked at Lifestyle Properties, a local real estate brokerage. This is when I saw the demand for rental property management services, so I studied and achieved my Property Management License and began providing short and long term rental services.
In 2011, I formed Mountain Town Properties as a vacation rentals company in response to demand from property owners seeking a fair and equitable system to manage their vacation rental homes. Shortly thereafter, I obtained my license to manage a real estate brokerage and other related licenses. Mountain Town Properties became a fully licensed real estate brokerage and property management company.
My success is met through delivering state of the art technology and software systems, and to employ the best people available for service to our guests and clients. Our business has grown by leaps and bounds; all based on performance and referrals!
The basics of combining property management with real estate sales ring true with the words “nobody knows your property like your Property Manager”. Each discipline is unique, but the combination of the two has been very effective.
In my personal time, while being a mom, I also enjoy golfing, skiing and camping my family. I love working in my yard! I hold a diploma in Turf Management from Olds College and I’ve worked and lived in some of BC’s most beautiful resorts. My goal is to be differentiated by being innovative, technology driven, creative and productive.
In 1990, after skiing for only a year, I participated in the Velocity Challenge: Speed Skiing race and too home the trophy for Most 'Spectacular Speed Skiing Crash': The place – Sun Peaks, British Columbia; the event – Velocity Challenge; the year – 1999; the skier – Jodie Ouimet at her personal best top speed of 137 kilometres per hour.