AND IT WENT FOR - 4A Kimberley Avenue - UPPER BEACHES
At the end of May, I posted
It was a very charming house that was once home to Rosemarie Popham, a well-known child advocate who
campaigned for the eradication of child poverty, until her death in 1998 at 54.
In June 2015, a laneway was named after her and her children and Terry Lee, Popham's widower, shared their memories of the house and laneway in
When I first saw the house, it reminded me of a very charming version of the house at
But that house was tiny on a tiny lot and didn't have running water.
This house had 3 bedrooms (though kind of oddly laid out), a large living room, a good kitchen, and a family room. And it had a nice yard.
It was listed at $949,000. I thought it could sell for $1,049,000.
in 8 days at the beginning of June...