Welcome To 4804 Brock Rd. N. This Is A One Of A Kind Property On 2 Acres In The Beautiful And Picturesque Hamlet Of Claremont. Towering Trees Surround The Lot That Backs On To Open Greenspace Giving This Home Complete Privacy. Approx. 4500 Sqft, Over 6500 Sqft Of Finished Living Space + Walk Out Basement. 5+2 Bedrooms, 5 Bathrooms, Insulated 3 Car Garage + Workshop With Separate Furnace + Ac, And Circular Driveway. Minutes To Hwy 407 And 401. See Virtual Tour
Frontage - 266.62 Depth - 341.91 Irregular - 266.62 X 326.79 X 250.01 X 341.91
Attached Garage (3)
Total Parking Spaces
Conservation/green belt Close to public transportation Ravine Treed
Central air conditioning
|Living room||Main level||5.53 x 4.43 (meters)|
|Dining room||Main level||5.15 x 4.43 (meters)|
|Kitchen||Main level||5.02 x 3.31 (meters)|
|Family room||Main level||6.52 x 4.59 (meters)|
|Office||Main level||4.68 x 4.5 (meters)|
|Primary Bedroom||Second level||7.75 x 5.23 (meters)|
|Bedroom 2||Second level||4.55 x 4.23 (meters)|
|Bedroom 3||Second level||4.22 x 3.84 (meters)|
|Bedroom 4||Second level||4.22 x 3.54 (meters)|
|Bedroom 5||Second level||4.22 x 3.54 (meters)|
Claremont is a picturesque community surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes. This area is known for its friendly residents and boasts a relaxing atmosphere for those looking to get away from the city.
Claremont is truly a rare find. Here, you can find the perfect mix of a quiet and relaxing environment while still being within a short commuting distance to Markham, Toronto, Pickering and Oshawa. You can raise your family and settle down in a safe and inviting neighbourhood while being able to work in and access all of the amenities of a large city.
Claremont is a nature lover’s dream. Enjoy the Claremont Nature Centre, a 160 hectare property of mixed woodland and open meadows that hosts many community groups and residents. The beautiful cold water Duffins Creek runs through the property, putting the perfect touch on a beautiful landscape.
In the heart of winter, Claremont hosts its annual Winter Carnival. The whole community comes together for this fantastic event featuring many winter activities like snowshoeing, tobogganing, family skating, as well as the always entertaining winter parade and snow sculpture contest.
Come home to Claremont, and find out why it really is one of the best places to live in Ontario.
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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