Connected only at the garage and backing onto Fourteen Mile Creek Trail and ravine, this freehold town is exceptionally private with spectacular views. Impressive curb appeal with a natural stone exterior, stone framed double driveway and inviting covered front porch with double door entry.
The interior is bright and spacious with a clever floor plan. Convenient inside garage entry off the foyer and double coat closet. Formal dining room with ample space for large family gatherings. Easily access the upgraded kitchen with warm wood cabinetry with undermount lighting, pebbled granite counters and high-end stainless steel appliances. The central island with solid top makes a perfect prep space and peninsula overhang is ideal for extra seating. Dedicated breakfast area offers direct access to the expansive upper rear deck for breezy outdoor dining and lounging. Connected to the great room with oversized windows and central cozy gas fireplace – a perfect place to relax.
The upper level features generously sized bedrooms with double windows and ample storage. Tucked away, the primary bedroom has expansive windows with lush treed views, a walk-in closet, additional double closet and luxurious ensuite. Convenient upper level laundry with storage keeps you organized. The finished lower level maximizes square footage with a spacious rec room with gas fireplace – an ideal space for family hang-outs. Large utility with plenty of storage, 3-piece rough in and cantina.
The rear yard is impeccably landscaped and remarkably private. The upper deck and lower stone lounge offer multiple spots for evening relaxing. Backing onto Fourteen Mile Creek provides a lush green landscape. Spacious living with terrific curb appeal, this executive home is an ideal choice in popular Bronte Creek.
Built on the grounds of the old Richview Golf Club, this community has been developed by a group of reputable builders. Nestled between Bronte Road and the Oakville/Burlington town line, Bronte Creek borders the lush parklands of Bronte Creek Provincial Park. This is one of Oakville’s newer communities, with the last of the development occurring in 2011.