Conceived by a then-fashionable architect as a duplex in art-deco style, 6214 was built in the 1930's on Regina Terrace in the South End of Halifax, where it is within a short walk of universities, schools and hospitals in a quiet, well-treed neighbourhood with no through traffic. Two bedrooms were added to the upper apartment in the mid-1980s so that this became a spacious family home with a deck overlooking the back garden. The main floor apartment, having two bedrooms, is ideal for housing aged parents or growing children with a need for some independence. Alternatively, the apartment can provide rental income to help cover expenses. Both main and second floor living areas are open and airy with wide views from the corner windows that were a feature of the architect’s work; floors in both the main dwelling and the apartment are hardwood, and both upper and lower living rooms have functional open- hearth fireplaces. The price has been set to allow the new owners to have some work done to make 6214 Regina Terrace a contemporary home according to their own tastes.
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