140 Timberwood Trail

Winnipeg, MB


3 2 902 sqft
Lot: 44 Frontage Built: 1987 Taxes: $4,076

Welcome To Family Friendly Riverbend!

3 large bedrooms, 2 renovated full bathrooms, updated kitchen, full finished basement, huge pie lot with a privacy fence, 3 season cedar sunroom, huge deck with hot tub, high efficiency furnace (2014), newer shingles, 5 appliances and more!

Style: Bi-Level

Basement: Full

Parking Type:

Garage: None

Gas Budget: $60

Hydro Budget: $120

Electrical Amps: 100


Cooling: Central Air Conditioning

Sewer: Community

Water Supply: community

Sump Pump:

Backwater Valve:

Flooring: Carpet and Vinyl


Roof Type: Asphalt Shingles

Exterior Fin.: Stucco and wood siding

Front Exposure:



Equipment Included:

  • Stove
  • Dishwasher
  • Washer
  • Dryer
  • Blinds
  • Window Coverings
  • Shed
  • Refrigerator


Property Features:

  • Built in 1987
  • Heated by high efficiency forced air natural gas furnace (2014)
  • Gas budget $60-80 per month
  • Hydro budget $120-140 per month
  • 100 amp electrical panel
  • Central air conditioning
  • 33 Imp gallon gas hot water tank
  • Central vac
  • Stucco and wood siding exterior
  • Newer asphalt shingles
  • Full finished concrete basement
  • Oak kitchen cabinets
  • Carpet and vinyl flooring throughout
  • Landscaped yard with large deck and hot tub
    • Seller states hot tub is functional but currently shut off because the pump motor is making loud noise, likely needs repair
  • Community water
  • Community sewer
  • Close to public schools and transit

Neighbourhood Features:

The City of Winnipeg is located at the junction of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers, almost at the geographic centre of North America. With an ethnically diverse population, Winnipeg is characterized by slow but steady growth. It is the eighth largest city in Canada and dominates the Manitoba economy.
Though there have been fur trading posts on the site since 1738, the first permanent settlement of the area occurred in 1812 when a group of Scottish crofters arrived. Winnipeg was incorporated as a city in 1873 with a population of 1,869 people. The arrival of the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1885 brought a 30-year period of growth and prosperity unequalled in Canadian urban development. A flood of immigrants, high wheat prices, plentiful capital, and improved farming techniques contributed to making Winnipeg the wholesale, administrative, and financial centre of western Canada. Following World War I, economic stagnation due to low wheat prices and the Depression lasted well into the 1940s.
Since 1945, Winnipeg has grown steadily, based on its position as a major grain, financial, manufacturing, and transportation centre.

Room Dimensions:

Floor Room Type Dimensions
Main Eat-in Kitchen 12.58 x 12.58
Main Living Room 12.75 x 12.58
Main Master Bedroom 12.92 x 11.92
Main Bedroom 11.92 x 10.00
Main Sunroom 9.75 x 11.00
Basement Rec Room 25.50 x 12.58
Basement Bedroom 11.00 x 10.58
Basement Laundry Room 11.92 x 9.75


Floor Pieces Ensuite Dimensions
Main 4 No
Basement 3 No

Listing Agent

2. Brandt McKillop



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