Posted 7.24.20 @ 0:0 by: Staff

Tucked back on a deep lot in Old Oakville you’ll find this traditional craftsman style home framed by a mature tree canopy, expansive stonework and well-positioned landscaping. Custom built by Forest Wood Homes with intrinsic attention to detail, this home seamlessly blends traditional character with contemporary amenities. The solid mahogany front entranceway reveals an inviting interior with expansive ceilings, designer wall treatments, plaster crown moulding, custom millwork and wainscoting and wire brushed oak flooring. Purposeful layout with seamlessly connected principle living spaces.

The gourmet kitchen is a chef’s delight with an abundance of full-height cabinetry with clever organizational built-ins, dedicated central island, commercial grade appliance package and marbled Caesarstone quartz countertops with hand-fired crackled tile backsplash. The attached servery is dual-purpose with pantry storage and a custom recessed work station with a full wall of built-ins. The formal dining can be accessed through a swing door from the servery – keeping everyone easily connected.

Open to the kitchen, the great room is an ideal lounge with expansive windows with lush rear views and cozy gas fire place flanked by custom built-ins and dedicated media storage. Entertaining expands outdoors to the upper level patio with stone open flame gas fireplace – an ideal spot for outdoor dining. The upper level is bright with central skylight and convenient laundry with ample cabinetry and dedicated folding space. The master retreat offers lush rear views and an expansive walk-in with full-height built-ins and recessed vanity and spa ensuite with double vanity, glass enclosed shower, jetted soaker tub and separate water closet. The two additional bedrooms are well-equipped with walk-ins and share an oversized Jack ‘n’ Jill bath.

For more details, please visit: 348 Watson Avenue, Oakville, Ontario

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