Welcome to 10 Gooseberry Lane. Located on a quiet cul de sac of executive homes, this custom built, all brick, bungalow is situated on a beautiful 1.53 partially cleared wooded lot that backs onto the Trans-Canada Trail. As you approach this home, you will admire the professionally landscaped yard with beautiful gardens, outdoor lighting and stone walkway leading to the custom front door.
Enter this exquisite home into the large airy foyer. The open concept main floor layout is perfect for entertaining. Relax in the great room which has crown moulding, pot lighting, large windows and built in shelves flanking the TV and fireplace. Enjoy cooking in the spacious kitchen which features a large centre island with a breakfast bar, granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances and plenty of cabinets and counter space including pot and pan drawers and a pantry. The breakfast area adjacent to the kitchen has a large bay window overlooking the backyard and a walk out to the patio. Conveniently located next to the kitchen you will find the main floor laundry/mudroom. This is not your typical laundry/mudroom room. It boasts beautiful cabinetry, shelving, a bamboo folding table and a closet with barn doors. It also has a walk out to the back patio and an entrance to the oversized double car garage which has a rollup door to the backyard. A two piece bathroom is across from the laundry area. At the opposite end of the home is the master bedroom, featuring a five piece ensuite with a corner soak tub and glass shower, built in wardrobes and a walk out to the back deck. Two addition bedrooms with large windows and pot lighting and a four piece bathroom complete the bedroom wing of this home. Hardwood floor run throughout the main level.
As you descend the staircase to the finished basement, there is a large rec room. At the far end of the rec room, you will find the billards/game room. An office, a fourth bedroom, a three piece bathroom and a large storage room run beside the rec room providing additional living space.
The backyard has a stone patio with a gas bbq hook up, a gazebo and plenty of open space to enjoy the outdoors. Or head through the treed area to the back of the property which abuts the Trans-Canada Trail, a perfect place to enjoy walks, mountain biking and cross country skiing.
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Located On A Quiet Cul De Sac Of Executive Homes, This Custom Home Is Located On A 1.53 Acre Partially Cleared Wooded Lot That Backs On The Trans Canada Trail. Great Open Concept Main Floor Layout. Spacious Kitchen With Centre Island, Granite Counter Tops & Stainless Steel Appliances. Breakfast Area With Bay Window & W/O To Patio. Great Room With Built In Shelves Flanking The Tv & Fireplace. Master With 5Pc Ensuite & W/O To The Back Deck.
Frontage - 108.27 Depth - 0 Irregular - 1.53 Acres Irregular
Attached garage (2)
Total Parking Spaces
Central air conditioning
|Kitchen||Ground level||3.57 x 5.99 (meters)|
|Great Room||Ground level||7.28 x 5.16 (meters)|
|Master bedroom||Ground level||6.48 x 3.54 (meters)|
|Bedroom 2||Ground level||3.72 x 3.69 (meters)|
|Bedroom 3||Ground level||3.32 x 3.54 (meters)|
|Recreation room||Basement||11.87 x 4.58 (meters)|
|Games room||Basement||7.28 x 5.71 (meters)|
|Office||Basement||3.51 x 3.11 (meters)|
|Bedroom||Basement||4.59 x 3.99 (meters)|
Uxbridge, Ontario is a township located in the Durham Region within the Greater Toronto Area, approximately sixty-four kilometres northeast of Toronto. The Town of Uxbridge is rich with culture and heritage, and offers a wide variety of entertainment and recreational activities.
If you love spending time outdoors, Uxbridge is the perfect location for you. Uxbridge is especially known for the hiking trails, and is now referred to as the Trail Capital of Canada. With thousands of acres of protected land, the village is home to the majority of Canada’s public trails used for hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, horseback riding and snowmobiling.
Uxbridge is an attractive place for seniors to call home because of the sense of community that has developed there. It is a nice, quiet place with friendly residents. Uxbridge is also a commuter town because of its close proximity to Toronto and other major cities.
Uxbridge is a vibrant arts community, and focuses on maintaining a high quality of life for its residents. There are many recreational opportunities available for the entire family. You can be sure to find an activity or club to suit your interests. If you are looking for a place to call home where you can raise your family, Uxbridge is a very appealing location. Small town living and close proximity to big city amenities are what makes Uxbridge so attractive to people.
Uxbridge lays within a valley on the northern peak of the oak Ridges Moraine. The Quakers were the first settlers to arrive in the area in 1806 from Pennsylvania. Uxbridge’s oldest building, The Uxbridge Friends Meeting House, was built in 1820.
In 1871, the Toronto and Nipissing Railroad was established in Uxbridge and was functioned as the headquarters for the railway for over 10 years. In 1872, Uxbridge was considered a village, and by 1885, the small village was considered a town. Later on, in 1973, Uxbridge Town was considered to be part of Uxbridge Township. Scott Township and the new Region of Durham also became part of Uxbridge Township.
Elgin Park, hosting grounds to the Uxbridge Fall Fair, was where Sir John A. MacDonald held his very first large picnic in hopes to become re-elected. Uxbridge is an historic town and its detailed history can be discovered at the Uxbridge-Scott Museum.
Uxbridge Township is known as the Trail Capital of Canada, assigned this title by Industry Canada. The township contains hundreds of kilometres of trails throughout the forested and rural land. Trails such as the Trans Canada Trails and Oak Ridges Trails run throughout Uxbridge Township across approximately 8000 acres of conservation lands. The trails are maintained by community volunteers as well as Conservation authorities. The trails throughout Uxbridge are multi-use trails, and are often used for hiking, cycling, cross-country skiing, horseback riding, and snowmobiling. The trails run through mixed forests, streams, wetlands, and meadows, as well as directly through the historic village. The trails are not the only opportunity for recreation within Uxbridge.
The township contains an aquatics and recreation centre, multiple churches, the rotary skate park, and a public library. Uxbridge places importance on the Arts, creativity, physical activity, and nature preservation, all while encouraging community involvement and unity.
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