Nestled into private manicured grounds, this updated Mattamy Yorkshire model is among the largest homes in desirable Glen Abbey at 3,881 sq ft. This executive five bedroom is located just a short walk to all amenities, and with no homes behind the property, offering complete backyard privacy. The generous floor plan features updated kitchen and baths, hardwood, ceramic tile and neutral broadloom flooring throughout.
Upon entering through the large open foyer with dramatic Scarlett O'Hara staircase illuminated by a stunning chandelier and large skylight, the home opens to a large formal living room and dining room with neutral broadloom flooring and large windows offering an abundance of natural light. The updated custom gourmet eat-in kitchen features granite counters, soft close cabinets, island with breakfast counter, ceramic backsplash, matching stainless steel appliances including four burner gas cooktop with custom hood, built-in ovens, French door refrigerator, pendant and pot lighting. Walkout from the kitchen to a ravine like oasis with interlocking stone patio surrounded a wonderful garden and privacy fencing. The spacious family room with hardwood and gas fireplace, main floor den and laundry with garage and lower level access and updated granite powder room complete the first level.
The second floor master is spacious and features broadloom flooring, large walk-in closet, and a five piece ensuite bath with Jacuzzi soaker tub. The remaining four bedrooms are generous in size, and the updated four piece main bath completes the upper level.
Central Air, Central Vac, custom window coverings and double car garage with newer doors complete this gorgeous turnkey family home. Conveniently located within easy walking distance to nearby nature trails, parks, shopping, rec centre, library, sport facilities, GO Transit and some of Oakville’s best schools, this home is a must see!
Glen Abbey is one of the first truly planned communities in Oakville and home to the world famous Glen Abbey Golf Club. Most homes here were built in the 80’s and 90’s, with a few newer builds. Many original houses are now going through the renewal phases as existing homeowners and new buyers make upgrades.