Welcome to 1609 Winville Road, a beautiful four bedroom detached home with three washrooms, situated within a quiet and family-minded neighbourhood of east Pickering’s Duffin Heights community.
Featuring a brick exterior and a single car garage, the covered front entrance invites you into a tastefully decorated main level showcasing an open layout with a wonderful ease of flow for entertaining; ceramic flooring in the foyer, powder room and kitchen area; as well as richly hued hardwood flooring finishing a lovely south-facing living room, with the hardwood continued into the combined spaces of the dining and family rooms.
A gas fireplace brings cozy warmth here, and above is a coffered ceiling with upgraded contemporary light fixtures - their brightness complementing the natural lighting that permeates the home, and which are also featured throughout this level - while the layout of these rooms is very fluid, and can be adapted to suit entertaining needs.
The beautifully functional kitchen blends modern and traditional design features - showcasing Shaker-style wood cabinetry with stone countertops and glass-tiled back splashes with beveled edges; as well as a stainless steel double sink, dishwasher, oven, and side-by-side fridge/freezer - and its equally spacious breakfast area has a sliding door walk-out to a fully fenced backyard that awaits transformation into a dream outdoor retreat.
The lower level of this home - which has a laundry area with washer and dryer - is unfinished, and has great potential for future recreational and entertaining space; off the main hallway is a mirrored door coat closet, as well as a powder room with pedestal sink; and carrying to the upper level is a gorgeous hardwood staircase, with this level showcasing cozy broadloom throughout; four bedrooms - all with large windows and upgraded contemporary light fixtures; as well as a linen closet and two washrooms.
The second, third, and fourth bedrooms are all quite spacious, have double closets, and can accommodate sitting or study areas - and also share amongst them the main 4-pc washroom, which features a ceramic-tiled floor and bath area, lots of vanity storage, and has a wall nook that can be converted into a built-in storage shelf.
The master suite showcases a walk-in closet, and this generously sized retreat also has an oversized north-facing window for diffused natural lighting; ample space for a sitting area; as well as an ensuite washroom with ceramic finishes throughout, two windows, a soaker tub, a separate walk-in shower area, and a wood vanity with drop-in basins.
Situated within a neighbourhood surrounded by green space, a short walk from the Duffin Heights Forest and River Trail entrance, and just minutes to places of worship, shopping plazas, the Pickering Golf Club, as well as indoor and outdoor recreational facilities - this home is also just a short drive to the Pickering Town Centre Mall, the GO Station, and has easy access to Hwy 401 - as well as being close to the shopping, entertainment, and waterfront enjoyment of Pickering’s beautiful Frenchman’s Bay community along Lake Ontario.
Immaculate 4 Bedroom 3 Bath In Sought After Duffin Heights Community In Pickering * Hardwood Floors On Main * Oak Stairs * Granite Counter In Kitchen * Large Family Room W/Gas Fireplace * Close To Transit, Hwy 401/407, Shopping, Parks, Trails And More.
Frontage - 29.14 Depth - 90.54
Attached Garage (1)
Total Parking Spaces
Central air conditioning
|Living room||Main level||3.49 x 3.45 (meters)|
|Dining room||Main level||3.46 x 2.86 (meters)|
|Kitchen||Main level||3.42 x 3.04 (meters)|
|Breakfast||Main level||3.68 x 3.04 (meters)|
|Family room||Main level||4.29 x 3.45 (meters)|
|Second level||6.92 x 3.38 (meters)|
|Bedroom 2||Second level||3.66 x 3.16 (meters)|
|Bedroom 3||Second level||3.74 x 3.42 (meters)|
|Bedroom 4||Second level||4.04 x 3.39 (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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Born in India in 1959, Shiv emigrated to Canada in 1980 and he humbly began his real estate career in 1983. After exceeding his own projections and selling 44 homes in his first year, Shiv set his goals higher and so began a career that has spanned over three decades and thousands of homes sold. Now Shiv and his team of real estate professionals utilize his proven strategies of what truly sells a home. The Bansal Team is simply unmatched in its approach to selling homes. Just ask anyone who's dealt with them.