Featured Property: Niagara-On-The-Lake’s Finest Unique Luxury Home

Truly timeless, this home at 135 Centre Street has not been affected by the passage of time or changes in fashion and is a Niagara-On-The-Lake luxury listing.

Hawthorne, United States - June 15, 2019 /PressCable/ —

ONTARIO – Truly timeless, this home at 135 Centre Street has not been affected by the passage of time or changes in fashion and is a Niagara-On-The-Lake luxury listing.

Aristocratic, this property is characterized by rustic, interlocking wood beams transplanted from a 19th century barn in Vermont and situates itself in the core of wine country and is centrally located in old town.

A truly one-of-a-kind timeless property with absolutely everything you need and located in one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in the world, this listing comes fully furnished, making it perfect for those looking to buy as a vacation rental, or for those who don’t want to worry about finding the perfect furniture to match the home.

This property boasts a French Country kitchen, backyard courtyard, and numerous luxury privileges that include a lower level walkout, stone and wood accents, and cathedral ceilings with massive windows showcasing mature trees in a front yard oasis with ravine sensibilities.

Additional features include a wood fireplace mantle accented with reclaimed stone, fenced yard, gourmet kitchen appliances, storage shed, alarm system, 28 new windows and a new AC system all of which are energy efficient and under warranty until 2028. The property’s copper roof and eaves troughs adds beauty and durability to the home’s exterior.

For more information, along with photos of the property, visit can be found through its website at http://www.thefineestatesteam.com/exclusive-listings/notls-finest-unique-luxury-home/. A video of the property can be viewed here:

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“Along with its elegant décor and meticulously staged details, this home is well-built and passed an inspection with flying colors,” said Andrew Perrie, the property’s listing realtor. “The combination of the location and everything else about the home makes it truly one-of-a-kind and I’m extremely excited to show it off.”

With a listing price of $1,700,000, the property can also be found on the MLS under the code, 30678781.

Andrew Perrie gives his clients an avant-garde perspective on the future of real estate promotion in the Niagara Region, where he makes his family homestead on an orchard in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Driven by a strong business and marketing background, and always exuding youthful exuberance, Andrew is ready to take his real estate career to a premium level with specialty interests in Revel’s luxury division.

For additional information on the property or to express interest, contact Andrew Perrie via call, text or email at 905-380-6702 or andrew@revelrealty.ca.

Contact Info:
Name: Michael Sneddon
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Organization: Highlighted Homes
Address: 3501 Jack Northrop Ave Suite #AGQ146, Hawthorne, CA 90250, United States
Website: https://www.highlightedhomes.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 524787

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