Bungalow located on corner lot in the Village of Carmangay, Alberta. Estimated to have been built in 1959, this house has a metal roof and hardie board siding. The main floor features a kitchen/dining area, living room, master bedroom, full bathroom, and a second bedroom. The basement is partially developed with a family room, 1-piece bathroom, utility and laundry room, and shop area. Much of the house has LED lights. Other features include a high efficiency furnace, sump pump, and hot water tank which is about two years old. The basement did have a water issue at one point, but the owner has addressed that issue. The basement now has sprayed insulation throughout, as well as the sump pump. The yard has two sheds, as well as two older single car garages. Those out buildings have newer asphalt shingles.
The owner has a legal non-confirming compliance certificate from the Village of Carmangay, as it the dwelling and garage do not meet the setbacks of the day. The land use or the use of a building is not affected by a change of ownership or tenancy of the land or building. "A non-conforming building may continue to be used but the building may not be enlarged, added to, rebuilt or structurally altered except (a) to make it a conforming building. (b) for routine maintenance of the building, if the development authority considers it necessary, or (c) in accordance with land use bylaw that provides minor variance powers to the development authority for the purpose of this section."