Looking for a a well kept, affordable family home in Oakville that you can grow into? Then you have to take a look at 1523 Pinecliff Rd in sought after West Oak Trails! Situated on a premium lot backing onto a quiet trail, this home is great for a young family with children. If you aren’t familiar with the area, West Oak Trails in Oakville is one of the most in demand areas in all of the GTA. Known for it’s excellent schools and green spaces, West Oak trails was developed with the family in mind. Quiet and safe, this area screams pride of ownership as I can say from my experience that this is one of the most well cared for neighbourhoods I’ve seen. Neighbours regularly upgrade their home exteriors, and landscaping is very common. If pride of ownership of your neighbours is important to you, then this is the area for you.
1523 Pinecliff Rd- $445,000
This 3 bed, 3 bathroom semi detached has a lot of potential for a busy family. With an open concept floor plan you are able to cook while keeping an eye on the kids as they watch TV. The double sided gas fireplace is a great addition to the home, and it lets you enjoy a cozy fire in both the kitchen and living room.
A fully finished basement complete with sound proofing gives you the extra room you need for entertaining and relaxing.
One of the best features of this home is the premium lot is was built on. Backing onto a trail, you have a private backyard that you can enjoy in the summer time. The large deck has plenty of room for entertaining and tons of storage space underneath.
Other notable upgrades include:
- High efficiency A/C & Furnace (2011)
- Gas hookup for BBQ
- Fully sealed windows
- Professionally maintained driveway with rubberized sealant
- Garage door side entrance
- soundproof isolation in basement
- tons of storage space in the basement
- all water pipes in basement are insulated
- well maintained appliances
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