Loved by the same family for over 50 years, this Charmer is situated just a stone’s throw from Frenchman’s Bay & Arena in the sought after West Shore Community. Enjoy views of the Bay from your backyard. This Solid, Detached Bungalow sits on a premium 52Ft lot with completely renovated main floor. This quiet and mature street is perfect for family living, the down-sizer, investors and bungalow lovers.
When approaching the home, you are first greeted with an extraordinarily large driveway—to fit 6 cars. The carport has a separate covered porch area where you can sit, kick back and relax.
This beautiful bungalow boasts open concept living area with a completely renovated main floor including; gleaming porcelain tile in the entrance and bathroom, Laminate wood flooring throughout, designer paint colour palette, new interior doors and trim, new baseboards and light fixtures.
The oversized Master Bedroom was combined with an existing third bedroom to enlarge the space. The newly configured Master has his/her closet with views of the backyard Pool and Frenchman’s Bay.
The second bedroom may be converted to an office which has direct access to the 3-tier deck. The backyard is a little piece of heaven. Tastefully decorated, the in-ground pool is definitely a crowd pleaser and great for entertaining.
The fully finished basement has a separate entrance and may be used as a guest quarter, nanny suite or a teenager’s retreat. The basement has direct access walk-out to the pool level of the deck. The spacious basement may be used as a recreational room as well as a media room and is great for entertaining.
Ideal for family living, this home is conveniently located near public, catholic and French Immersion schools. You are just a short walk from walking trails, parks, Frenchman’s Bay and Yacht Club,
This is your opportunity to live in the much sought after West Shore community of Pickering. The neighbours here don’t move. They stay. Come see all the reasons why.
Gorgeous Detached Bungalow Situated Just A Stone's Throw From Frenchman's Bay&Yacht Club In The Sought After West Shore Community. Enjoy Views Of The Bay From Your Backyard. Premium 52 Ft Lot W/Covered Porch, Newly Renovated Main Fl. Upgraded Home Boasts Open Concept, Sun-Bathed Living Area, Oversized Master W/Finished Bsmt Sep Ent W/Walkout To Three Tier Deck And In-Ground Pool. Extra Long Driveway For 5 Cars. Close To Schools, Parks, Transit, 401, Go Train.
Frontage - 52 Depth - 105
Total Parking Spaces
Park Public Transit Schools
Fenced yard Park nearby Close to public transportation Recreation centre Schools nearby
Walk out Separate entrance
Central air conditioning
|Living room||Main level||5.43 x 3.48 (meters)|
|Dining room||Main level||5.43 x 3.48 (meters)|
|Kitchen||Main level||3.57 x 3.24 (meters)|
|Breakfast||Main level||3.23 x 2.65 (meters)|
|Master bedroom||Main level||5.74 x 3.75 (meters)|
|Bedroom 2||Main level||2.87 x 2.49 (meters)|
|Bedroom 3||Basement||3.74 x 3.15 (meters)|
|Media||Basement||6 x 3.22 (meters)|
|Recreation room||Basement||6.04 x 3.31 (meters)|
Pickering is a city of opportunity that is full of natural beauty along with small town charm. With a modern downtown area and a wealth of amenities, Pickering has a little something for everyone.
Considered one of Ontario’s best kept secrets, Pickering is ideally located for those commuting to Toronto that are looking for a fresh escape from the big city when they return home. There is easy access to Toronto along the 401, as well as the GO Train, making Pickering a commuter’s dream.
Located along the shores of Lake Ontario, Pickering has a wonderful lakefront, a beach with a marina, quaint shops and restaurants, as well as tons of hiking trails, parks and green space, making it great for those that love the outdoors.
Pickering provides residents with a great balance between living, working and playing. A wonderful place to call home.
In the fifteenth century, Pickering was home to the Aboriginal group known as the Huron. European settlement began in the area in the early seventeenth century, with most early British settlers moving into the area after defeating the French in the Seven Years’ War. The British named the town Pickering after the town in North Yorkshire, England.
In the early 1810s, there was a large increase of settlement from a large group of Quaker immigrants that came to the area from the Eastern United States. More recently, Toronto’s continuing growth has led to Pickering’s rapid growth.
Pickering offers plenty to do and see. There are a variety of parks and trails and conservation areas available for outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy. One such trail is the Pickering Waterfront Trail, which is perfect for hiking, cycling, rollerblading and more. There are also several parks in the area that cater to children and offer playground facilities.
Pickering offers a wide range of recreational activities to choose from such as swimming, tennis, beach volleyball, squash, dance classes, gym memberships and more. There is something for all ages to enjoy.
If enjoy arts and culture, Pickering is the place to be. From live theatre to the museum, there is always an activity to suit your tastes.
The Pickering Museum Village is the largest living history museum in the Durham region. There are 18 buildings that this museum has to offer, including a blacksmith shop, schoolhouse, steam barn and more.
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