Columbus Street, Halifax 18-082 RENTED

$ 1850

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Columbus Street, Halifax 18-082 RENTED
    Historic Hydrostone Neighbourhood, North End Halifax

    Beautifully renovated North End home,  walking distance to all of the interesting cafes, bakeries and shops in the historic Hydrostone market. Elegant paint colors, crown molding, hardwood flooring and pot lights further enhance this three bedroom, 2 ½ bathroom home. 

    Lovely open concept main floor with living room, modern kitchen with glass backsplash, quartz countertop, stainless steel appliances, breakfast bar and dining area. 

    Large main floor laundry room  with closet and laundry tub. 

    3 bedrooms upstairs.

    The master bedroom includes a gorgeous ensuite bathroom and walk in closet. 

    Utilities extra.   Efficient electric heat. 

    Unfinished basement for storage. 

    Available as early as mid December. 

    A well behaved pet will be considered.  

Number of Bedrooms

3

Number of Bathrooms

2 full baths, 1 powder room

Appliances

Stove, Fridge, Dishwasher, Washer, Dryer, Microwave /range hood

Flooring

Hardwood and ceramic

Heating

electric

Average Heating Cost

150/month

Available

Rented

Why HQH?

Halifax Quality Homes is a locally owned and operated company specializing in the management and rental of homes, condos, and flats.  Our mission is to offer professional and personalized service, tailored to meet the needs of both tenant and landlord.   The company owners, Colin Sword and Susan Maylin, each have over 20 years experience in the industry and work with a dedicated support team of accounting and administrative  staff.
 
HQH is a member of the Investment Property Owners Association of Nova Scotia and the Better Business Bureau.

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"Colin and his team at Halifax Quality Homes provide me with peace of mind knowing that my property is professionally managed as though it was their own."
Elizabeth Anne Lane