A charming, renovated, character home on a rare, ravine water lot. A pathway down to the water's edge means you can have your own canoe, kayak or paddle board. Patios, decks, balconies and panoramic windows give the homeowner an ever changing view all year round.
Nature abounds, swans, herons, bird life galore. Turtles, carp, salmon. Fishing in season, ice skating in winter. Yet steps to the boutiques, bistros, pub meals of downtown. "GO" station, library, theatre, parks and the new recreation centre just a stroll away.
This three bedroom, three bathroom home has a spacious, sun filled, eat-in kitchen with patio doors to deck and fenced lawn. Sit around the wood burning fire place in the living room with a glass of scotch or a relaxing sip of wine in the heated sun room and bird watch. A separate dining room and at the front of the home a den or office.
The drive is circular for easy exit and there is parking in front of the extra long garage. This home is in the desired public & private school catchment and could appeal to parents of school age children.
Good access to Toronto, Hamilton & airports would attract the business individual. This location will also be of interest to the downsizer or those wishing to be in walking distance of downtown Oakville and the Lake.
Located in the heart of south Oakville, Old Oakville is known for its mix of heritage and renovated detached homes, upscale townhomes and numerous estate residences. Mixed housing styles and mature tree-lined streets create a sense of originality and charm. A relatively small neighbourhood loaded with boutique amenities, schools and a sought after downtown lifestyle. Small collection of lakefront estates south of Lakeshore.