1088 Bourban Rd | $349,900
Vanessa
Roman
C. (250) 589-7325
P. (250) 590-8124
Phone Vanessa https://www.vanessaroman.com/
Pemberton Holmes - Oak Bay
2000 Oak Bay Ave
Victoria BC
Canada V8R 1E4
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Address 1088 Bourban Rd
AreaMalahat & Area
Sub AreaMill Bay
State/ProvinceBritish Columbia
CountryCanada
Price$349,900
Property TypeSingle Family
Bedrooms3
Bathrooms3
Lot Size0.11 Acres
Floor Space1880 Square Feet
Year Built1990
Parking6 Spaces, Driveway, RV, Uncovered
Taxes $1,793
Tax Year2018
MLS® #400342

Welcome to Kerry Park Village in beautiful Mill Bay. This 3 bed, 3 bath double wide modular home is on a bare land strata – you own the land! – and is attached to a full foundation. The property has been completely renovated - new roof, skylights, kitchen cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, all new flooring, lighting, interior doors, and new ceilings with board & batten. The property has been freshly painted inside and out; and has been recently landscaped. There is a full height basement complete with a bedroom, family room, bathroom and massive workshop, perfect for tinkering and woodworking. The home is bright & airy, with many windows and skylights, and has a great BBQ deck overlooking the easy-care backyard that's set up with raised garden beds for the green thumb in the household. There is a 55+ age restriction and pets are permitted. With lots of parking for your vehicles & RV, this lovely home is the perfect place to downsize or retire


Pemberton Holmes Ltd. has been in business serving the Vancouver Island area since 1887 helping people with their Real Estate needs. Much of Vancouver Island is now serviced with Homes For Sale in areas such as Victoria, Sidney, Saanich, Esquimalt, Colwood, View Royal, Oak Bay, Cordova Bay, Brentwood Bay, Saanichton, Langford, Metchosin, West Shore, Sooke, Mill Bay, Cobble Hill, Cowichan Bay, Shawnigan Lake, Duncan, Cowichan Valley, Chemainus, Crofton, Ladysmith, Lake Cowichan, Salt Spring Island, as well as Denman and Hornby Islands.

    Vanessa Roman is a Canadian real estate agent, television personality, property investor, radio talk show host, newspaper columnist and homes blogger. 

    Best known as the host of HGTV series, Reno vs Relocate, Vanessa helps homeowners tackle the expensive and life-changing question “Do I renovate? Or Relocate?” The series airs on HGTV Canada and DiY Network, as well as other networks across 20+ countries. Vanessa also regularly appears as a real estate expert on various shows and news broadcasts.

    Vanessa is a highly successful real estate agent, completing millions of dollars in residential real estate sales every year over the last decade. Her record sales and unrelenting work ethic have Vanessa consistently recognized as one of the top agents in the city. 

    Vanessa is enthusiastic about leading-edge technology both locally and on international platforms. She consistently maximizes the exposure of her properties by using a combination of traditional marketing, print advertising and the latest online tools for 24-hour internet exposure on a variety of social media and real estate websites.

    Originally from a small town in Nova Scotia, Vanessa brings a refreshing dose of graciousness and a keen eye for design and architecture to her real estate business.

    A savvy negotiator, Vanessa has cultivated an incredibly loyal client base because she is honest and provides her clients with an efficient, no-nonsense approach to often incredibly complex transactions. Vanessa has an exceptional reputation among her peers and is well-known for her professionalism and integrity. Quite simply, people trust her.

    Beyond selling real estate, Vanessa is a freelance writer and home blogger; her weekly column Property Perspective is regularly published in magazines and newspapers across North America. Vanessa continues her passion for designing reclaimed wood furniture, living a healthy west coast lifestyle and spending time with her husband and three children. 

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