Located on a family friendly street with peekaboo views of the lake and a short walk to all the wonderful amenities Bronte Village has to offer. This 3.1 bedroom, 3.1 bathroom home boasts nearly 5,800 sq ft of finished living area with hardwood flooring, crown molding and wainscoting used extensively throughout.
The entrance to this wonderful home begins with a spacious foyer leading to a dramatic Scarlett O'hara staircase featuring a 12-point chandelier with ceiling heights soaring to 20 feet. The separate formal living room with wood burning fireplace and formal dining room featuring a 12 point chandelier provide the perfect areas for entertaining. The spacious family room features 10' ceilings, wood burning fireplace, built-in book shelves, light sconces and two sets of French doors to the yard. The bright eat-in kitchen features a full wall of floor to ceiling windows with French doors to the flag stone patio providing the perfect setting for outdoor entertaining. The two piece powder room, den and mud room with second access to the front of the home and access to the two car garage complete the main level.
The second level includes a spacious master bedroom with four piece ensuite bath, walk-in closet with custom built-ins and three season sunroom. The remaining two bedrooms are both generous in size and the laundry and four piece main bath completes the second level. The fully finished lower level includes pot lights, a fourth bedroom, recreation room with wet bar and fireplace, gym, three piece bath, two storage rooms and mechanical room.
The fully fenced yard surrounded by mature trees and circular drive with parking for eight cars and security system completes this wonderful family home. Located near the Bronte Go station, QEW, 403/401 and just a short walk to Shell Park, Bronte Harbour, all the wonderful shopping and restaurants Bronte Village has to offer!
This community is made up of the Village of Bronte as well as the neighbourhoods that have been developed to the west of the village in the past 30 years. Waterfront properties and others south of Lakeshore are significantly more expensive than the average home in the area.