Welcome to 1361 Rebecca Street, where stately tradition meets custom craftmanship.
Extensive landscaping, natural stone and a cedar-lined covered portico frame this traditional family home. As you step through the impressive front entry you are greeted by expansive ceiling heights, custom millwork and warm woods. The designer crystal and chrome chandelier is a show-stopper in the inviting two-storey foyer. Tucked away and with ample privacy, the main-floor office is bold with rich walnut-panelled walls and double French doors.
Each living space is finely crafted with warm wide-plank oak flooring, full height baseboards, intricately detailed feature ceilings, and designer lighting. Remarkable ceiling heights and generous window placement reveal bright and inviting spaces throughout.
The chef-inspired kitchen is the heart of the home, with full-height custom cabinetry, commercial-grade Thermador appliances and oversized island with seating for the whole family. Open to the kitchen, the family room is inviting with cozy gas-fireplace with custom built-in cabinetry to keep you organized. Double French doors open to covered portico and impressive rear-yard oasis.
The upper level is bright with convenient laundry and walk-in storage. The private master retreat spoils with double door entry, expansive ceiling heights and double French doors open to private balcony. Two separate walk-in closets and spa-ensuite with free-standing soaker tub is an ideal retreat on its own. Three additional bedrooms, each with walk-ins and ensuites complete the upper level.
Relax and unwind in the lower level rec room, entertain your guests in the theatre and games space, or take it up a notch in your private home gym. The lower level offers ample space for family and guests alike. Seamlessly take indoor living out in the rear-yard oasis – featuring inground pool with stone feature wall with double waterfalls, covered pergola with aggregate stone, expansive flagstone patios and impressive perennial gardens. This custom crafted home is unlike any other.
The majority of the homes in West Oakville were built between the 1940s to 1960s. Predominately small bungalows on nice size lots. Recently, there has been a lot of turn over and the neighbourhood is attracting buyers looking to build custom homes close to downtown Oakville. There are also a small number of townhomes that make up West Oakville, which are well located close to many amenities.