Maynard Street, Halifax 22-032

$ 2600

Maynard Street, Halifax 22-032
    Beautiful historic home in the North End
    Beautiful historic home in Halifaxs North End community. Hardwood floors on the main floor with the homes original wood floors on the upper level. Powder room with laundry.

    Living room and dining room divided by ornamental fireplace with mantel(s). Spacious kitchen with space for a large table. Patio doors off kitchen to lovely 2-tiered deck and large private backyard.

    Upper level has 3 bedrooms and one full bath.

    Lower level provides ample storage space, work bench and a small partially finished room.

    3 mini-split heat pumps provide economical and efficient heating/cooling year-round.

    No Smokers and No Dogs Please.

    Available August 1st for a minimum of one year.

Number of Bedrooms


Number of Bathrooms

1 full bath and 1 powder room


Stove, Fridge, Dishwasher, Washer, Dryer, Microwave




Oil FHA + 3 mini-splits


August 1

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.

Request a Showing

house-keysIf you would like to view one of our quality homes, we would be pleased to arrange it for you

Click Here

What Others Are Saying

About Us...

"I have been a client of Colin Sword and now Halifax Quality Homes for over fifteen years and am always impressed with their knowledge of what I should do to make my unit more attractive to rent, the type of person who might rent it and their information on prospective clients.  Of course the main advantage is lack of worry for any 2 AM phone calls to fix an emergency item."
Clive MacGregor