5138 Algonquin Road, Augusta, ON K6V 5T5


This one level living Bungalow(1700 sq ft) host 3+1 beds, 2 full baths and attached double garage with EV hook up, all located on 1.82 acres. Once you enter the large foyer you are greeted by a very large LR with Propane fireplace to keep toasty this winter and,tons of windows that give you so much natural light.Kitchen is just off the LR and has lots of counter and cupboard space with extra pantry space, there is a little eating nook that over looks the back yard and large Dining room for those who like to entertain and patio doors take you out to the back deck.Head down the hallway to find an oversized PR with a 4 pc ensuite and 2 closets, there are 2 more bedrooms and a 3 pc bath.Head down to the lower level and find an entrance from the garage, FR, huge Recreation room, utility room and a separate storage area.The backyard is a great space to enjoy all year round and 50 acres is behind so no rear neighbors.Ask your agent for the list of updates that have been done in the last couple of years.

Taxes – $2872.00 – 2023




Directions – Take exit 705 at 401 and head North on Cty Rd 15, head North till you come to the Village of Algonquin,at 4 way stop you will turn left heading West and stay on the road and at curve in the road you will head North and 5138 is on the right hand side.

Inclusions – 2 Fridges, Stove, BI Dishwasher, Washer, Dryer, Central Vac and accesssories, On Demand Hot Water Heater, Water Softener, Hot Tub and accessories, 2 Sheds,EV Charger .

Exclusions – 2 Freezers Downstairs, Lawn Tractor, ATV.

There are papers under documents(ask your agent for these documents) that show work that has been done on the house and foundation.

Some of the pluses of a wood foundation include the following

“Plumbing and electrical repairs are easier. If you need to access wiring or a pipe, a wooden foundation offers less of an obstacle than a concrete one.

A green choice. Since PWFs use a renewable resource—wood—they are arguably greener than concrete foundations.

Insulation benefits. Another green advantage of a wood foundation is that it creates a warmer basement, lowering heating costs.

Flexibility. It is easier to move a wooden foundation wall than a concrete one if, after construction, the owner decides to alter the house’s floor plan.”

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