76 SCHNEIDER Avenue

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For Sale - $1,850,000.00

ID#: 26938755

Stately executive family residence being the first designated heritage home in Kitchener (built in 1925), overlooking Victoria Park. This home was designed by William Schmalz (architect of the historic City Hall of Kitchener – 1924) for Norman Schneider, M.P., who served as a Member of Parliament for Waterloo North located in the Historic District of Victoria Park. Norman Schneider was chairman of the Board of Directors of J.M. Schneider Inc. and son of the prominent sausage maker and meat packer J.M. Schneider. The house makes a significant statement with its impressive façade and the large lot, abutting Victoria Park, and provides the ideal family setting. It is the tenth stop on the Victoria Park Historical Walking Tour. The front porch features pilasters and pediment. Spacious rooms create a sense of casual elegance with windows offering extraordinary views and romantic landscapes. The large southern exposure Living Room features a wood-burning fireplace with traditional mantel; the formal Dining Room includes views of the park. Relax after dinner in the bright sunroom with cork flooring adjacent to the Dining Room. The Dinette overlooks the back yard and park. Outdoor spaces include the expansive and spacious 1,000 square foot interlock and armor-stone patio for outdoor dining and entertainment easily accessible and serviced from the rear door to the Kitchen. Other desirable features of this executive home include bathrooms on all four (4) floors and a double garage – unexpected in homes of this vintage. The home is lovely, and the setting is exceptional with expansive lawns, gardens and pathways through the park. This home is close in proximity to the Iron Horse Trail which leads to Belmont Village, uptown Waterloo, through the park to both the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University. It has been meticulously maintained, restored and updated with the finest materials. (id:42870)

Property Details

Property Address: 76 SCHNEIDER Avenue Kitchener, Ontario, N2G1K8

Property Type: Single Family

Area Toal: 4084.03

Waterfront: No

Pool: No

Garage: Yes


Representative

Bess Assimacopoulos-Markou

Sales Representative

RE/MAX Twin City Realty Inc. Brokerage* - Waterloo

Cell: 519-588-1834

Tel: 519-885-0200

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