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5969 Townsend Lane, Forest

5969 Townsend Lane, Forest



Registered as condosN/A

Average MLS Selling Price 2022No MLS sales

Average MLS Selling Price 2021$438,000 (based on 2 MLS sales)

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“Townsend Meadows”

This community is known as “Forest Non-Profit Seniors Housing Community Development''. Life lease 55+. Live amongst people your own age in a community setting. Nice spacing between units, a large site plan. Brick pillars greet you as you drive in. Grand Bend is 34km or 26 minutes away by car and Port Franks is 21km or an 18-minute drive away. Drive to the beach to watch the evening sunsets.

Neighbouring properties to this project include the Forest Kingdom Hall Jehovah’s Witnesses”, the St. Christopher’s Roman Catholic Church and a Canadian Tire. A Tim Hortons is ten blocks away on Townsend Lane going down to Highway 21 which is the main street in Forest. Some units have rear views of farmland going to the west.

The project took a number of years to build out, not that it inconvenienced the residents already living here. 2023 was the final year of construction and the last structure built was a small clubhouse. Units here are built in clusters of three and clusters of four which there are slightly more of. These are two-bedroom units with mostly single car garages.

Brown sand coloured all brick exteriors with brown shingles and tan coloured garage doors and trim. Peaked upper front rooflines with an excellent symmetry of design. One floor no-step entrances and covered front entrances, bay windows, and sliding glass doors off the rear dining room. One model style has a bumped out 13.11x11.9 rear sunroom. Nine-foot ceilings, open concept interiors.

These units do not have basements. In-floor radiant heating, air exchange, ductless air conditioning and an on demand hot water” heating system. Known unit sizes of 1175, 1295, 1405, 1412 and 1555 square feet. The garages have an interior storage area and there is underground wiring for the streetlights. Cement driveways and cement rear paths.

The monthly occupancy or common area fees include money for a reserve fund, furnaces, roofs, pavement and snow, grass cutting and landscaping. Finally, if you’re a stickler for details, what you should probably know is that upon a sale or transfer of your unit at any time, “The Forest Non-Profit Senior Housing Corporation '' retains 5% of the proceeds for future improvements to the building. Fair is fair. This is a well-designed complex. On average, less than two units a year trade ownership using the assistance of the MLS system.

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