Few of these are left.

A home that remains in its orginal nature allowing someone to make their own.

A Glebe Charmer

Queen Elizabeth Drive Home for Sale

     

Nestled along a serene stretch overlooking the picturesque Rideau Canal parkland, this vintage home exudes a sense of tranquility and offers a canvas for creating your own cherished memories. With the same caring owners for nearly six decades, this residence is imbued with a rich history of family gatherings, entertaining friends and colleagues, and quiet contemplation amidst the treed landscape.

A testament to its enduring charm, most of the house’s original footprint remains untouched, presenting the new owner with a remarkable opportunity to tailor the spaces and renovations to their unique style and preferences.

Upon entering, the main floor reveals spacious, sun-filled rooms that welcome natural light and warmth. Original Plaster of Paris rosette ceiling borders grace the living room and main foyer, evoking a sense of timeless elegance. Hardwood flooring is found in many of the rooms, adding to the home’s appeal.

Queen Elizabeth Drive

Glebe charm on Queen Elizabeth Drive

 

The kitchen, a generous space measuring approximately 19 x 12 feet, offers versatility for a homeowner’s multiple needs and creative aspirations.

Ascending to the second and third floors, you’ll discover five well-proportioned bedrooms and three bathrooms, each bathed in natural light from large windows that frame the surrounding natural beauty.

European styled 1920's soaking tub

European styled 1920’s soaking tub

The  lot ( 40.55 x 135 ft) extends to the rear lane, known as Pope’s Lane, granting easy access to the double-car garage. With ample yard space, the possibilities are endless – whether you envision a lush garden retreat, a refreshing pool oasis, or a thoughtful addition, this property offers a world of opportunity. Privately nestled and thoughtfully oriented for optimal sun exposure, this home is a sanctuary waiting to be cherished.

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Teskey
Cartwright
Keeley