Welcome to 20 Marjoy Ave. in Barrie, a stunning Bungalow in north Barrie. This stone and brick beauty is deceivingly spacious as you pull into the double wide driveway with 2 car garage you can feel the elegance wash over you. With a spacious, tiled foyer the bright open feel of this large classy home you can see the possibilities are endless! Right off the main entrance there is a fantastic bedroom/office space with large window and a closet for storage. An open formal dining area sits adjacent with contiguous hardwood flooring throughout. Moving into the main living space we have a classic gas fireplace and open area nestled next to the stunning eat in kitchen and masterfully placed kitchen suite. Cupboards match the hardwood perfectly and the tiled foyer matches the tiled kitchen - there is nothing to do here but enjoy it’s awesome allure. The raised breakfast bar, the pot lights and the stainless appliances make this a kitchen you are proud to entertain in. Moving into the 2nd bedroom you can feel the size and the brightness and ample closet space makes this a terrific room for anyone to enjoy! The master bedroom is nothing short of spectacular, with huge windows overlooking the backyard, a generous walk-in closet and an ensuite with massive tub and glass shower stall. Bedside wall sconce lighting and supple broadloom make this room bright and cozy. The basement is partially finished with a well proportioned bathroom and charming fixtures, a large living space and 2 versatile bedrooms both with great windows and large closets! The unfinished portion of the basement has a cold cellar ample storage, tremendous open space, to easily fit a pool table or other recreational or workout equipment. The backyard, extremely low maintenance with no grass, but stamped concrete pool surround, salt water pool with magnificent waterfall. The large deck area is perfect overlooking the pool area and great access into the kitchen through the 3 panel extra wide sliding glass doors. This home needs a family to enjoy all it has to offer!
Wow - A Bungalow In Desired Country Club Estates. Approx 1802/2750 Finished Sq Ft. Inviting Salt Water Pool Surrounded By Stamped Concrete Patio & Fenced Yard, Dbl Garage With Laundry Entry, Open Concept Floor Plan, Still Unfin Basement Space For Your Needs, With A Cantina. Walking Distance To School, Parks, Transit Etc
Frontage - 49 Depth - 111
Total Parking Spaces
Park Public Transit Schools
Fenced yard Conservation/green belt Park nearby Close to public transportation Schools nearby
Central air conditioning
|Family room||Main level||4.22 x 5.11 (meters)|
|Dining room||Main level||3.25 x 3.66 (meters)|
|Kitchen||Main level||6.2 x 3.66 (meters)|
|Master bedroom||Main level||4.4 x 5.31 (meters)|
|Bedroom||Main level||3.76 x 3.76 (meters)|
|Bedroom||Main level||2.85 x 3 (meters)|
|Laundry room||Main level||4.17 x 1.96 (meters)|
|Recreation room||Basement||7.93 x 5.08 (meters)|
|Bedroom||Basement||3.53 x 3.99 (meters)|
|Bedroom||Basement||3.53 x 3.99 (meters)|
Barrie is located in central Ontario along the shores of Lake Simcoe. Barrie has a historic downtown core and a beautiful waterfront.
Discover the bustling city nightlife on Dunlop Street. There are plenty of specialty shops, boutiques, restaurants and pubs that attract visitors to Barrie’s downtown.
There are endless amounts of recreational activities to do in Barrie, making it a wonderful and lively place to visit or live. Barrie also has a very active and vibrant arts scene. You can take in live theatre or discover art through taking part in a studio tour.
Barrie has numerous community centres and recreational hubs throughout the city to keep you active all year long.
From its beginnings Barrie was an Aboriginal transportation route that existed prior to European contact. The route linked all of the local waterways such as Kempenfelt Bay, Willow Creek, Lake Simcoe and the Nottawasga River. This area became known as the Nine Mile Portage.
It proved to be a very useful and strategic locale during the War of 1812. It became used as a supply depot for British forces.
The city got its name from Sir Robert Barrie, and was named in 1833. Sir Robert Barrie played an integral role in the Naval forces in Canada and frequently made use of the Nine Mile Portage to command forces through the area.
There is never a shortage of activities in and around Barrie.
Summer time activities include watercraft and boating rentals, beaches for swimming, picnic areas, hiking and walking trails, to name a few. For winter enthusiasts Barrie offers plenty of fun from skating, skiing and snowboarding, to snow tubing, dog sledding, and more. Barrie’s close proximity to Blue Mountain makes it a skier’s paradise.
If you enjoy arts and culture explore the city with Heritage Barrie walking tour, experience live theatre, visit a museum, or even discover Barrie through a Segway tour.
There are plenty of options for both indoor and outdoor activities for all ages. You can take the kids to indoor mini putt or even bowling. If you love the outdoors, there are plenty of parks and trails where you can explore and experience nature.
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