November 18, 2010
I have sold a property at 1002 9th ST in Perdue
Categories:Perdue, Saskatoon SW Real Estate
I have sold a property at 1002 9th ST in Perdue.
1002 9th Street, Purdue. This unique house has been tastefully renovated yet still retains its original character and charm. Built in 1920 as The Union Bank, it was purchased by the Royal Bank of Canada in 1928 and boasts 2500 sq ft of living space with 2 original vaults. Enter through the tiled foyer and open the double glass doors to the home. Main floor has 12 ft high ceilings with open concept design with natural light from the oversized windows. The open concept continues with a loft between 2 stories supported by large pillars originally from the Kinley Elevator. An eat-in kitchen features rounded solid oak eating area on the large island that was once the door to the bank's manager's office. Classic style continues up the stairs to the second story loft which was once the Manager's living quarters. French doors with original glass knobs open to a guest bedroom with private sink & antique wall sconce. Full basement has office, bathroom & exercise area. Yard has 2 tier deck and patio, fenced & landscaped. Purdue offers daycare, K-12, bank, bookstore, grocery, hotel/bar, 18 hole golf course, bowling, curling, library and only 30 minutes from Saskatoon.