63 Lyon Avenue, Exhibition Park
- Property type: House
- Offer type: Sold!
- City: Guelph
- Neighborhood: Exhibition Park
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 2
- Property size: 1877 ft²
- Year: 1924
Exhibition Park, 63 Lyon Ave
Lyon Ave is one of these streets that often makes the list. When someone asks “What are the most desirable streets in Guelph?” it’s there. This 1877 sq ft gem was originally built in 1924 and still has many of the original features. This detached house needs some work and updating, but it’s a great opportunity to get into the desirable Exhibition Park neighbourhood. You’ll be part of a unique neighbourhood of older homes in downtown Guelph.
For families with children, 63 Lyon Ave is in the Victory Public School (French immersion) catchment. It’s just a short walk through Exhibition Park, one of the best parks in Guelph as well. Much like other 2.5 storey homes of the era, the front covered front porch is a great spot for morning coffees and evening wine. The main level features a dining room, kitchen and large living room. A unique feature is the original front sitting room overlooking Lyon Ave.
The main level
of 63 Lyon Ave has access to the backyard, as well as access to the large, unfinished basement. Upstairs, you’ll find 3 large, bright bedrooms and a full bathroom. Even further up is the finished loft space, that is perfect for a home office, or could even be refinished as a master bedroom as commonly found in this style of home. The backyard is deep and lush, with a shed located at the back of the yard.
The driveway has room for 3-4 cars and there is 24hr street parking year round on Lyon Ave and Campion St. Opportunities for downtown Guelph homes like this are rare and for those with vision, it can be something amazing! Book your showing today.
Looking for a similar home in the Exhibition Park neighbourhood? Beth and Ryan live in the area and are Guelph real estate agents! Get in touch and we’ll find something for you!
- ID: 5819
- Published: October 18, 2021
- Last Update: March 7, 2023
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