Welcome to 142 Ridgewood Rd in Peterborough. This Sprawling Ranch Style Bungalow on a Triple Wide Lot is located in one of Peterborough's Most Desirable neighbourhoods. Adjacent To The Kawartha Golf & Country Club. Superb Finishes throughout this Spectacular Home. Awesome curb appeal with Mature Trees, Perennial Gardens, Paver Stone, Armour Stone & Iron Eagle Decorative Fencing. This Fabulous Private Lot is a Real Gem. The Custom Kitchen is an absolute Dream. Thomasville Cabinetry with a Butler's Pantry and Granite Counters. Beautiful Bright Dining Room with a walk out. Family Size living Room with Wall to Wall Windows a Custom Slate Wood Burning Fireplace with a Solid Maple Mantel. Radiant floor heat is the central heat source with 3 zones fed by a high efficiency gas boiler, Custom Window Coverings throughout. The Master Bedroom also has floor to ceiling windows and His & Her Closets. Both Bathrooms have Custom Cabinetry and Delta Faucets with Body Jet. One has a Steam Shower. The Den offers Built in Cabinetry and possibly a 3rd Bedroom. Heated Slate Flooring throughout most of the home. Heated Oversized Double Car Detached Garage /Workout Room/Shop with Rubber Flooring and Surround Sound System. An Entertainer's Dream, Spend those wonderful Summer Evenings on this Private 1000 sq ft 3 tier deck with a 5 Person Hot Tub and Outdoor Speaker System. Privacy Galore here. An Absolute Beauty!!!
Spectacular View Sprawling Ranch Style Bungalow Located In One Of Ptbo's Most Desirable Neighbourhoods. Awesome Curb Appeal With Mature Trees, Perennial Gardens, Patterned Concrete, Armour Stone & Iron Eagle Decorative Fencing. This Fabulous Private Lot Is A Real Gem. Custom Kitchen W/Butler's Pantry. Living Room W/Floor To Ceiling F/P, Heated Slate Flrg Thru-Out Most Of The Home. Heated Oversized Double Car Detached Gar/Workout Rm/Shop With Rubber Flooring
Frontage - 144 Depth - 189
Detached garage (2)
Total Parking Spaces
Golf Course Hospital Public Transit
Golf course nearby Close to hospital Close to public transportation
Central air conditioning
|Kitchen||Main level||6.86 x 3.78 (meters)|
|Pantry||Main level||2.03 x 2.8 (meters)|
|Dining room||Main level||4.37 x 4.47 (meters)|
|Living room||Main level||6.32 x 5.54 (meters)|
|Master bedroom||Main level||4.65 x 4.6 (meters)|
|Bedroom 2||Main level||4.55 x 3 (meters)|
|Den||Main level||4.06 x 3.73 (meters)|
Located approximately one hour from Toronto, the city of Peterborough is situated on the Trent-Severn Waterway in the heart of the Kawarthas. Known for its exceptional quality of life, the area offers a unique mixture of history, culture and recreation that can only truly be appreciated by those immersed in it!
A thriving city, Peterborough has something for just about everyone. Whether it’s cuisine, the arts or outdoor activities, you’ll find no shortage of reasons why the region is quickly becoming one of Ontario’s best kept secrets. A diverse work base sector, great local schools (including two post-secondary institutions) and well established communities and neighborhoods are just a few of the ingredients of our growing city.
Above all, we’re extremely proud of our strong sense of community, and would love to share it with you. If you’ve been contemplating a change and are looking for a quieter pace of life but don’t want to sacrifice the everyday amenities that keep things convenient and simple, visit Peterborough and see what all the hype is about!
The first Nations groups entered into the area and inhabited the circa 1000 BCE to 1000 CE. European settlement began in earnest when Irish immigrants entered the area in 1825. The completion of the Peterborough Lift Lock occurred in 1904 and in 1905 Peterborough, on Dominion Day, was incorporated as a city.
Peterborough’s artspace was founded in 1974 being one of the most antique of Canada’s artist-run art centers.
Peterborough was Canada’s first town to use electric streetlights therefore earning the nickname Electric City. In addition to this it underscores the present-day and historical significance of manufacturing and technology as the city’s economic base.
This city can never disappoint as it has a handful of attraction running from museums, galleries and theatres, an arts community, Aboriginal heritage attractions and historical sites and cultural exhibitions.
For lovers you will definitely find your place at the picturesque Honeymoon Gondola that offers exquisite and romantic rides in the little lake at the Peterborough Marina.
For culture lovers there is the Peterborough Museum & Archives which homes a wide collection of artifacts. For a relaxation place there is the Del Crary Park, a large and urban greenspace Little Lake. Several events are held here including The International Peterborough Musicfest. On the same Little Lake there is the Centennial Fountain that has lights, lit up at dusk and is known to be a tourist attraction.
The city is a good choice for the sporty people for instance the Peterborough Petes which is the city’s junior level hockey team has been the longest and continually operating team in the Ontario Hockey League. With this there is not only the promise of a recreational activity but a successful recreational activity.
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