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Lethbridge Character Homes in London Road

Lethbridge Character Homes in London Road


The City of Lethbridge is a fairly young city and as a result has very few 'old' pieces of real estate.  Our oldest homes in Lethbridge are about 100 years old, having been build in the early 1900's.  These old homes were build with style and character and are now highly sought after for this reason.  In Lethbridge character homes are primarily found just south of our downtown in an area called 'London Road'.  


Lethbridge London Road Real Estate



Lethbridge London Road Real Estate is fairly desirable.  While there are still a few rough gems in the lots to be found and restored, many of the old homes have been restored to their former glory.


Check out this great big Lethbridge character home.






Lethbridge London Road Real Estate




Of course when searching for a character home in the Lethbridge real estate market, there are several things to be aware of.  Obviously location is a prime concern, but so is the history of the home, the upgrades, zoning, permits, and mechanical upgrades.  These big homes often hide many secrets, and it is best to uncover them long before purchasing.






If you are interested in purchasing or selling a unique property in Lethbridge, feel free to give me a call.  I am always excited to work with these great old properties and to help get them into the hands of new owners who as excited about their unique attributes as I am.  I love Lethbridge character homes and would enjoy working with anyone else who feels the same way.

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Robert W May is a Real Estate Broker in Lethbridge Alberta, having now been in the industry for over 23 years. . He was also a licensed Lethbridge mortgage broker and financing expert with Canada First Mortgage of Calgary Alberta for the past 10 years.  He is an industry leader always willing to help train and educate others in how to improve their business models for financial and personal benefit.



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