Main level corner suite in popular Treelynn. Updates include rich laminate flooring, new kitchen with stainless appliances, white shaker cabinets & quartz countertops. Well maintained complex with great amenities and walking distance to LV Village.
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Happy sellers say Jim & Kelly are “simply incredible”!
We’d heard great things about these ‘LynnValleyLife guys’, Jim Lanctot and Kelly Gardiner, and wanted to see them in action. We invited them in and were immediately impressed with their level of knowledge of the neighbourhood and local real estate market. It was an easy decision to entrust this team with the selling of our home. Read on…
Rare opportunity on a perfect cul-de-sac!
2438 Kilmarnock Place
Great indoor and outdoor living in this 4 bedroom plus den, 3 bath tastefully updated family home on a beautiful street.
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Learn to be a Forest Foodie!
With urban farming, food security, organic methods and creative culinary explorations all part of today’s ethos, it seems natural to turn to ancient food foraging practices to glean some current-day wisdom. Read our blog post to learn about Robin Kort’s “look, don’t pick” tours in Lynn Headwaters Park, showcasing the range of edibles to be found right under our noses.
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This from the FB page of a local parent:
PARENT ALERT. Wednesday between approximately 3:30 and 4:00pm a grade 6 Upper Lynn girl was approached by a lone male in a car. The driver slowed down, rolled down his window and attempted to speak to the girl. The incident occurred on Dempsey Road between the corner store and the driveway entrance to Kilmer Park. The girl described the vehicle as bronze in colour with a 'spring' that hung down in front of the license plate. When the girl ran away she noted the car turn around and move in a different direction. The incident will be reported to the police and through our block watch community. ... See MoreSee Less
While October 31 focusses on trick-or-treating and fireworks, that costumed caper is only the beginning of a three-day “Hallowtide” festival that has evolved over the past thousand years. The following two days, All Saints Day on November 1 and All…