Welcome 115 1st Street West in Vanscoy, Saskatchewan. It’s not often an Eaton’s catalogue home comes to the market. As the very first house built in the village in 1908 by the Chovin family, it’s nearly a historical landmark in the Village since it was erected before Vanscoy was incorporated as a rural municipality. Located Southwest of Saskatoon, just 10 minutes out of the city, this homesteading community offers a wide variety of amenities but has kept that old fashioned community feel. Eaton homes are certainly enjoying a renaissance; and as a remaining fixture of the prairie landscape, the nostalgia here is irresistible.
Only the highest grade fir was used for the construction of these homes; nailed together out of knot-free lumber from trees so massive they would never be cut down today. It’s a home that’s built to last. This one has certainly stood the test of time, but you’ll also notice it’s been tastefully updated. Aside from the picturesque white picket fence and romantic exterior, notable features include gorgeous hardwood and tile flooring, exposed brick and wood beams, endless windows, and airy rooms. The prairie kitchen is right out of a magazine. It has modern appliances that fit with the aesthetic, an abundance of white cabinetry, quartz countertops, a pantry, and an island for seating. There are three large bedrooms in the home and two beautiful bathrooms. The cherry on top is the absolutely incredible yard. A rock stream runs along the property and feeds into a lovely coy pond. There are flower beds, multiple shrubs and plants, a treehouse, and a fabulous fire pit area. The lot is measured at a generous 75′ x 125′; perfect for kids, pets, or that space you’ve been craving. You don’t have to wait for this home to be delivered to the train station in pieces today, but the opportunity to be written into this homes history book has arrived.
Call or text Michelle Butler at (306) 491-7725 for more information or to arrange a private viewing for 115 1st Street West, Vanscoy.
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