0D - 261 King Street E

0D - 261 King Street E
0D - 261 King Street E
0D - 261 King Street E
+12
2
 bed
1
 bath
1
 parking
877
 sqft *
* This unit size is calculated from property.ca data
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Leased for
$2,100
Listed for
$2,100
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* This unit size is calculated from property.ca data
Furnished
No
Locker
None
Exposure
-
Possession
-
Hydro included
No
Taxes
-
Outdoor space
None
Age of building
New
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Description
Brand new, never lived in modern two-bedroom condo with 1 assigned parking space, located in the sought after Corma/South Meadows neighbourhood. The following requirements: letter of employment, 3 latest paystubs, recent credit check, complete rental application, reference, proof of tenant insurance on closing.
Broker: Michael St. Jean Realty Inc.
MLS®#: H4185950
Property details
Neighbourhood:
Parking:
Yes
Parking type:
None
Property type:
Condo Apt
Heating type:
Forced Air
Style:
1 Storey/Apartment Style
MLS Size:
81 sqm
Listed on:
Apr 12, 2024
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311 - 125 Shoreview Place
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Gabor Hess
Sales Representative
© Property.ca Inc., Brokerage
MLS#: H4185950
Listed by Michael St. Jean Realty Inc.

About 0D - 261 King Street E

0d - 261 King Street E is a Hamilton condo which was for rent, near Greens Rd. Asking $2100/mo, it was listed in April 2024, but is no longer available and has been taken off the market (Leased) on 29th of April 2024.. This condo has 2 beds, 1 bathroom and is 877 sqft.

There are quite a few restaurants to choose from around 261 King St E, Stoney Creek. Some good places to grab a bite are Freshii and Sunnyside Grill. If you love coffee, you're not too far from Starbucks located at 369-377 Highway 8. For groceries there is Nardini Specialties which is a 6-minute walk. If you're an outdoor lover, condo residents of 261 King St E, Stoney Creek are only a 17 minute walk from Devil's Punch Bowl Conservation Area, Red Hill Valley Trail and Fifty Point.

Getting around the area will require a vehicle, as there are no nearby transit stops.