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Open House. Open House on Saturday, February 25, 2023 2:00PM - 4:00PM

Please visit our Open House at 426 Beamish Street in Port Stanley. See details here

Open House on Saturday, February 25, 2023 2:00PM - 4:00PM

SUMMER IS COMING !! Great opportunity to finally get close to the Lake and Gorgeous Beach !! This is what your family has been waiting for - 4 bedroom / 3 bathroom Don West home with 2 car garage and main floor office/den (could be a 5th bedroom) on this beautiful landscaped fully fenced ravine lot with back deck with awning, cement patio & storage shed all located on a quiet street with quick access to our beautiful beach, lake sunsets, dining, shops and attractions. Our beautiful home features open concept main floor living with vaulted ceiling, large modern kitchen with central located island, granite countertops, built in oven, stainless steel appliances, tons of natural daylight, cozy natural gas fireplace for those cold winter nights, main floor laundry, natural gas furnace, a/c, HRV, owned water softer, partially finished lower level with 2 bedrooms, 4 pc bath and rec room. Book your showing today and your family will Love you !!

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New property listed in Dorchester, 10 - Thames Centre

I have listed a new property at 10 5 Foxhollow Drive in Dorchester. See details here

Rare opportunity to make your move “To The Neighbourhood” condo complex conveniently located close to many amenities with quick access to major highways. Are you looking to downsize or a change of lifestyle where someone else takes care of the outside work ?? These units do not come up very often for sale. Our next owners will love the soaring vaulted ceilings, white kitchen with stainless steel appliances (brand new dishwasher) quartz counter tops, ceramic & hardwood flooring, 2 natural gas fireplaces, good size primary bedroom with double closets, 4 pc ensuite, 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms in total, double car garage with automatic opener, central vac, California blinds, main floor closet laundry, furnace 5 years, central air 1 year, water softener 4 months, and newer electric retractable awning in 2022, finished lower level rec room and office area. Lock the door and away you go on vacation – let someone else worry about the outside work !!

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Open House. Open House on Saturday, February 11, 2023 2:00PM - 4:00PM

Please visit our Open House at 15 Lyndale Road in Tillsonburg. See details here

Open House on Saturday, February 11, 2023 2:00PM - 4:00PM

CHECK OUT THE EXCEPTIONAL VALUE OF THIS BEAUTIFUL NEW LARGE 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATHROOM RANCH STYLE HOME WITH 2 CAR GARAGE , WALK OUT LOWER LEVEL, OPEN CONCEPT DESIGN, GORGEOUS KITCHEN WITH ISLAND, QUARTZ COUNTERTOPS, CERAMIC AND ENGINEERED HARDWOOD FLOORING, FAMILY ROOM WITH TRAY CEILING AND ELECTRIC FIREPLACE WITH MORTARED STONE, PRIMARY BEDROOM WITH WALK IN CLOSET AND 3PC ENSUITE WITH GLASS SHOWER & LARGE STORAGE CABINETS, MAIN FLOOR LAUNDRY, SOLID OAK STAIRS CARRY YOU TO THE LOWER LEVEL FINISHED REC ROOM WITH WALK OUT TO PATIO, ROUGHED IN 4PC BATH, WORKOUT ROOM AND 2 ROOMS FRAMED IN FOR ADDITIONAL BEDROOMS, HIGH EFFICIENT GAS FURNACE, CENTRAL AIR. HRV SYSTEM, UPGRADED INSULATION, OWNED ON DEMAND WATER HEATER, 200 AMP SERVICE, LARGE STORAGE AREA, CEMENT DRIVEWAY AND A COVERED BACK PORCH WITH GLASS RAILINGS AND BARBECUE GAS LINE OFF THE MAIN FLOOR. CURB APPEAL IS 10 OUT OF 10 WITH STONE, HARDY BOARD AND BRICK EXTERIOR. TAXES NEED TO BE ASSESSED. A PLEASURE TO SHOW !! BOOK YOUR PRIVATE SHOWING TODAY !!

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Top 6 Home Design Trends To Watch in 2023

Over the past few years, many of us have spent extra time at home—and that means we appreciate the personal design touches that make a house cozy and comfortable more than ever. Some of us have adapted our dwellings in new ways, from creating functional home offices to upgrading the appliances we use most.

But while it’s important to make your home your own, it’s also smart to think about the long-term impact your renovations could have on its value. Choosing highly-personalized fixtures and finishes can make it harder for future homebuyers to envision themselves in the space. Even if you don’t plan to sell your home soon, investing in popular design choices that are likely to stand the test of time will make things easier down the road.

And if you’re in the market for a new home, it’s wise to keep an eye out for features that might need to be updated soon so you can factor renovation costs into your budget.

We’ve rounded up six trends that we think will influence interior design in 2023, as well as ideas for how you might incorporate them in your own home. Remember, before taking action, it’s always wise to consult with a real estate professional to understand how specific updates and upgrades will affect your property’s value in your local market.


1. Separate Kitchen, Dining and Living Areas

For years, home design has been dominated by open-concept floor plans, particularly for kitchen, dining, and living areas. However, as the pandemic forced families to work and study from home, many struggled to find the privacy and separation they needed. As a result, designers report that more families are choosing to bring back walls to break up the space and create quieter areas.1

That doesn’t mean that we’re returning to an era of dark and cramped spaces, however. Even as walls make a return, it’s important to take care to retain a sense of flow and openness within the home and to prioritize natural light.

If you’re buying or building a new home, consider how you will use the space and whether or not an open floor plan will suit your needs. If you already live in a home with an open floor plan and it isn’t working for you, try rearranging furniture and strategically placing pieces like bookshelves, room dividers, or rugs to create distinct areas within the home and reduce noise.


2. Nature-Inspired Design

In the past few years, we’ve seen the “biophilia” trend explode, and there are no signs that it will be any less popular in 2023. This trend is all about bringing the outside in by adding natural touches throughout your home.2

This year, design experts predict that natural, sustainable materials like bamboo, cork, and live-edge wood will lend character without being overwhelming. Natural-wood cabinets and accents are also back in vogue.3 Designers emphasize that you shouldn’t be afraid to mix contrasting tones, like white oak and rich walnut, to create a custom and inviting look.1

Colours inspired by nature (think mossy greens and desert hues) will also play into this trend and will blend seamlessly with wood tones. We’re also seeing a return to natural stone countertop materials like quartzite, marble, and soapstone.4

If you’re planning to add new shelving or redo your kitchen, consider turning to these materials to embrace the biophilic look. Or, incorporate elements of the trend by choosing nature-inspired paint colours and adding to your houseplant collection.


3. Lighting as a Design Feature

Spending more time at home has shown us the importance of having the right lighting for specific tasks and times of the day. As a result, many homeowners are reconsidering the ways they light their homes and using light fixtures to change the usability and mood of their spaces.

In particular, homeowners are rejecting bright, flat overhead lighting and replacing it with lamps and task-specific options. A layered approach to lighting—such as using a combination of under-cabinet, task, and ambient lighting in a kitchen—enables homeowners to tweak the level of light they’re using based on the time of day and what they are doing.4

In 2023, we expect to see more statement chandeliers, pendants, and wall sconces in a variety of shapes and materials.5 Thinking about switching up the lighting in your home? Start by adding floor or table lamps and swapping out fixtures before you invest in rewiring your space. Take note of what works and what doesn’t and watch how the light in your home changes throughout the day. You can then use that information to make lighting decisions that require a bigger investment.


4. More Vibrant Colour Palettes

After the long dominance of whites and grays, more vibrant colours are coming back as a way to add character and dimension to homes.

This year, warm and earthy neutrals, jewel tones, and shades of red and pink are particularly popular.6 If your style tends toward the subtle, consider options like light, calming greens, blues, and pastels.

Major paint brands have responded to these homeowner preferences with their newest releases. Sherwin William’s 2023 colour of the year, Redend point, is an earthy blushing beige, while Dulux is embracing jewel tones with Vining Ivy, a rich teal.7,8 Behr’s choice of the year, Blank Canvas, is a creamy off-white that’s a warmer version of the stark whites that have been trending over the past few years.9

If you’re planning to put your home on the market soon, it’s better to play on the safer side and avoid extremely bold or bright colour choices when it comes to paint or fixed finishes like tile and countertops. Instead, try incorporating pops of colour through throw pillows, art, and accessories.


5. Curved Furniture and Architectural Accents

Goodbye, sharp corners. In 2023, arches and curves lend a sleek feel that draws on classical design and retro trends while remaining modern.6 Rounded corners feel more relaxed and natural than sharp edges, lending more of a sense of flow and comfort to a home.

If you want to incorporate the trend into your new build or remodelling plans, curved kitchen islands and bars and arched alcoves are all good options—or you can take it a step further with arched windows and doorways. You can also carry this trend through to your light fixtures by incorporating a bubble chandelier or globe pendants.

It’s easy to embrace this look without renovations, too. Look for a softer feel in furniture, with sofas, chairs, and tables that showcase curved edges. Or, break up your space with an arched folding screen and a circular rug.


6. Art Deco Revival

Art Deco, the architecture and design style that took hold in the 1920s and ’30s, is enjoying a resurgence.1

As a style, Art Deco is marked by bold geometry, textures, and colours, as well as an emphasis on art. But the 2023 interpretation of this style is likely to be a bit less splashy than its historical roots. Designers predict that instead of incorporating all of the elements of the style, which could feel overwhelming, homeowners will pick bursts of colour or bold accessories to bring some whimsy to their space.

Keep an eye out for vintage mirrors, lamps, or vases that bring a touch of Art Deco glam to your home, or embrace bold colours and fabrics like velvet. Choose pillows and throw blankets in bright colours and geometric patterns to nod to the look without diving in all the way.


DESIGNED TO SELL

Are you thinking about remodelling or making significant design changes to your home? Wondering how those changes might impact your future resale value?

Buyer preferences vary significantly based on your home’s neighbourhood and price range. We’re happy to share our insights on the upgrades that will make it easier (or more difficult!) to sell your home. Give us a call for a free consultation!


The above references an opinion and is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to be financial, legal, or tax advice. Consult the appropriate professionals for advice regarding your individual needs.


Sources:

1. Realtor.ca –
https://www.realtor.ca/blog/design-trends-to-watch-out-for-in-2023/29256/1367
2. Sudbury.com –
https://www.sudbury.com/village-life/15-major-interior-design-trends-for-2023-6301745
3. Home Builder Canada –
https://www.homebuildercanada.com/news/news221123-Kitchen-trends.htm
4. Realtor.ca –
https://www.realtor.ca/blog/8-kitchen-trends-to-watch-for-in-2023/29442/1367
5. The Spruce –
https://www.thespruce.com/2023-lighting-trends-6891412
6. HGTV.ca –
https://www.hgtv.ca/2023-home-decor-trends/
7. Sherwin Williams –
https://www.sherwin-williams.com/content/colorforecast/colormix-2023/color-of-the-year-2023
8. Dulux –
https://www.dulux.ca/pro/colour/2023-paint-colour-design-trends
9. Behr –
https://www.behr.com/consumer/inspiration/2023-coty/

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2023 Real Estate Market Outlook (And What It Means for You)

Last year, one factor drove the real estate market more than any other: rising mortgage rates. 

In March 2022, the Bank of Canada began a series of interest rate hikes in an effort to pump the brakes on inflation.1 And while some market sectors have been slow to respond, the housing market has reacted accordingly.

Both demand and home prices have softened, as the primary challenge for buyers has shifted from availability to affordability. And although this higher-mortgage rate environment has been a painful adjustment for many Canadians, it should ultimately lead to a more stable and sustainable real estate market.

So what can we expect in 2023? Will mortgage rates continue to climb? Could home prices come crashing down? While no one can forecast the future with certainty, here’s what several industry experts predict will happen to the Canadian housing market in the coming year.


MORTGAGE RATES WILL EVENTUALLY STOP CLIMBING

Over the course of 2022, we saw the benchmark rate rise at a record pace—a whopping 400 basis points in just nine months. Fortunately, there are signs that the central bank’s series of rate hikes may be coming to an end.2

After last month’s half-point rate increase, Bank of Canada officials struck a noncommittal tone about future rate hikes, prompting economists to speculate that the central bank may pause hiking rates by early spring, if not sooner.3 

According to Stephen Brown, a senior economist at Capital Economics, the central bank is likely to hike rates at least one more time before it shifts gears. “We would not rule out a final 25 basis point interest rate hike in January,” said Brown in a client note. “But the Bank is very close to the end of its tightening cycle.”3

 What impact will this have on mortgage rates? Variable mortgage rates could finally stabilize. However, buyers hoping for a big drop later in the year may be disappointed. Although some market analysts are betting on lower rates, CIBC economist Benjamin Tal thinks that’s unlikely as long as inflation remains a factor. “I think that the Bank of Canada is determined to make sure that they will not touch interest rates in terms of cutting them before inflation is totally dead,” said Tal in an interview with Canadian Mortgage Professional.4 

Fixed mortgage rates, on the other hand, could continue to trend lower as bond yields crumble.5 James Laird, co-CEO of Ratehub.ca, predicts that Bank of Canada’s benchmark rate will hold steady through 2023, but fixed mortgage rates may tick down because of bonds. “Bond yields will decrease throughout the year, allowing fixed rates to follow suit,” said Laird in an interview with Canadian Mortgage Professional.6 However, those rate decreases may be fairly muted as long as banks’ borrowing costs stay higher overall.  

It’s also possible that rates on both variable and fixed-rate mortgages will climb instead. Bank of Canada Governor Tiff Macklem has made clear that the central bank is prepared to keep hiking rates aggressively if inflation fails to dissipate. “If high inflation sticks, much higher interest rates will be required to restore price stability,” said Macklem in a recent speech to business leaders.7 

What does it mean for you?  While no one can predict the future of mortgage rates with certainty, an end to interest rate hikes could bring some much-needed relief for borrowers. If you have plans to buy a home or renew your mortgage in the coming year, you’ll want to weigh your options carefully when deciding between a variable or fixed rate. Reach out for a referral to a mortgage professional who can help.


BUYERS WILL RETURN TO THE MARKET

The pace of home sales fell steeply last year as higher mortgage rates priced would-be buyers out of the market. However, some industry experts predict that the Canadian housing market is poised to turn a corner. 

Although many buyers and sellers are currently in a stalemate over housing prices, market dynamics may shift this spring as more homes go up for sale. 

“Zooming in on demand and supply conditions, the drop in unit sales has been the steepest on record, but the pace of the decline is starting to slow,” write CIBC economists, Benjamin Tal and Katherine Judge, in a recent forecast.8 Douglas Porter, chief economist at BMO Capital Markets, projects that existing home sales will fall through the first half of 2023 and then reverse course and begin to rise in Q3.9 

Victor Tran, mortgage expert at Ratesdotca, also speculates that a stabilization in mortgage rates will bring home buyers back out. He told the Financial Post in a December interview: “We may be seeing the bottom of the housing market trough before buyers begin to enter the market in spring of 2023.”10

Buyers’ purchasing power will still be constrained by higher mortgage rates, though, as well as by a stringent mortgage stress test for uninsured mortgages and a hefty monthly payment for insured ones. So a buyer’s ability to participate in the market will depend, in part, on a seller’s willingness to negotiate.  

What does it mean for you?  If you’re a buyer who has been waiting for conditions to normalize, now may be an ideal time to start your home search. As more buyers begin to enter the market, you’ll face steeper competition and reduced negotiating power.

And if you’ve delayed selling your home, this could be the year to make a move. Reach out to schedule a free consultation and home value assessment.


HOME PRICES WILL STABILIZE LATER THIS YEAR

Canadian home prices have fallen roughly 10% from their peak, and analysts expect they could fall further before moderating in the second half of this year.11

A Reuters poll of industry experts found a wide range of predictions. But on average, the analysts surveyed project that home prices could fall another 7.5% or so. However, the majority report that the risk of a market crash is low.11

A nationwide housing shortage is expected to prop up prices even as sales volume falls. According to Robert Kavcic, senior economist at BMO Capital Markets, “We have a unique situation where demand has cracked and buyers can’t qualify for, or afford, early-year prices. But, outside some areas, there’s not a bounty of listings to choose from, and sellers are still able to say ‘no thanks.’”11

Economists at CIBC speculate that home prices will hit a floor in the coming months: “A lower 5-year rate and pent-up demand amplified by demographics will work to establish a bottom in prices by the spring of 2023,” write Benjamin Tal and Katherine Judge.8

RBC Assistant Chief Economist Robert Hogue offers a similar projection: “We expect prices will keep falling until a bottom [this] spring. Our forecast calls for the national benchmark price to drop 14% from (quarterly) peak to trough.”12

What does it mean for you?  It can feel scary to buy a home when there’s uncertainty in the market. However, real estate is a long-term investment that has been shown to appreciate over time. And keep in mind that the best bargains are often found in a slower market, like the one we’re experiencing right now. Contact us to discuss your goals and budget. We can help you make an informed decision about the right time to buy.

And if you’re planning to sell this year, you’ll want to chart your path carefully to maximize your profits. Contact us for recommendations and to find out your home’s market value.


RENT PRICES WILL CONTINUE TO CLIMB

While home prices have fallen, rent prices have surged—rising around 12% year-over-year, according to data from Rentals.ca.13

The average monthly cost to rent a home in Canada is now higher than ever and some analysts are growing increasingly concerned that renters won’t be able to keep up with the higher payments. “We’re getting close to a point where rents are just simply becoming unaffordable for renters,” said Urbanation president, Shaun Hildebrand, to CBC News.14 

But that’s not stopping landlords from collecting higher rents. In 2023, affordability challenges for would-be buyers, inflationary pressures, and an overall lack of housing are expected to continue driving up rent prices in much of the country. 

“Interest rates are actually working to elevate rent inflation because many people are not buying, so they are renting more,” CIBC Economist Benjamin Tal told CBC News.13

And according to Tal, the higher rates have also disincentivized builders and developers from investing in rental properties. That, in turn, has exacerbated the undersupply of available units.13

It’s possible rent prices could ease if Canada’s economy deteriorates, says Urbanation’s Hildebrand. “But over the medium and longer term with aggressive immigration targets and rental construction that’s been stalling recently due to high costs, it’s pretty clear that rents are going to continue to rise higher.”14 

What does it mean for you?  Rent prices are expected to keep climbing. But you can lock in a set mortgage payment and build long-term wealth by putting that money toward a home purchase instead. Reach out for a free consultation to discuss your options. 


WE’RE HERE TO GUIDE YOU

While national real estate forecasts can provide a “big picture” outlook, real estate is local. And as local market experts, we can guide you through the ins and outs of our market and the issues most likely to impact sales and drive home values in your particular neighbourhood. 

If you’re considering buying or selling a home in 2023, contact us now to schedule a free consultation. We’ll work with you to develop an action plan to meet your real estate goals this year.


The above references an opinion and is for informational purposes only.  It is not intended to be financial, legal, or tax advice. Consult the appropriate professionals for advice regarding your individual needs.



Sources:

  1. CP24 News –
    https://www.cp24.com/news/the-bank-of-canada-has-raised-rates-again-here-s-a-timeline-of-how-we-got-here-1.6125268#
  2. Reuters –
    https://www.reuters.com/markets/bank-canada-set-hike-rates-may-signal-it-is-near-end-tightening-cycle-2022-12-07/
  3. CBC –
    https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/bank-of-canada-1.6677004 
  4. Canadian Mortgage Professional –
    https://www.mpamag.com/ca/mortgage-industry/market-updates/bank-of-canada-could-be-done-on-hikes-for-now-cibcs-tal/430005
  5. Reuters –
    https://www.reuters.com/business/finance/bank-canadas-inflation-fight-made-harder-bond-yields-fall-2022-12-15/ 
  6. Canadian Mortgage Professional –
    https://www.mpamag.com/ca/news/general/whats-the-bank-of-canada-rate-likely-to-be-in-2023/430755 
  7. Global News –
    https://globalnews.ca/news/9341825/bank-of-canada-tiff-macklem-speech-dec-12/ 
  8. CIBC Capital Markets –
    https://economics.cibccm.com/cds?id=6f402711-69b3-46a5-afc8-91ede34fe1fd&flag=E
  9. BMO Capital Markets –
    https://economics.bmo.com/media/filer_public/04/01/040155ce-0cb2-49ac-b63e-def8e66d4c05/outlookcanada.pdf
  10. Financial Post –
    https://financialpost.com/real-estate/mortgage-rates-soar-higher-interest-rate-increase
  11. Financial Post –
    https://financialpost.com/real-estate/canada-house-prices-to-tumble
  12. RBC Special Housing Reports –
    https://thoughtleadership.rbc.com/quiet-fall-housing-market-across-canada/
  13. CBC News –
    https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/rent-inflation-november-1.6650777
  14. CBC News –
    https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/rental-costs-canada-1.6685602
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New property listed in Rural Bayham, Bayham

I have listed a new property at 9321 Richmond Road in Aylmer. See details here

DO YOU NEED A LARGE HEATED SHOP FOR YOUR BUSINESS WITH SPECIAL ZONING - PLUS AN ADDITIONAL STORAGE BUILDING. OUR BUYERS WILL LOVE THE NEWER 2001 BUILT SHOP WITH APPROX 2500 PLUS SQ FT WITH NATURAL GAS HEAT/AIR CONDITIONING AND 2PC BATH) WITH 100AMP, LARGE OVERHEAD DOOR, HIGH CEILINGS, CRANE & STORAGE BALCONY, PROPERTY HAS SPECIAL ZONING FOR COMMERCIAL USE. A 2ND STORAGE BUILDING (BUILT IN 1992) IS FULLY INSULATED AND APPROX 1900 PLUS SQUARE FT TO MEET ADDITIONAL STORAGE OR SHOP WORKING ROOM. ALL BUILDINGS HAVE STEEL CLAD EXTERIORS, STEELS ROOFS AND FULLY INSULATED & FULLY INSULATED 5 CAR DETACHED GARAGE. PROPERTY TOTALS 1.25 ACRES AND HAS ROOM FOR 16 PARKING SPOTS, OWNED WELL PLUS AN ADDITIONAL COMMUNITY SUPPLIED WATER IF REQUIRED, 2 ELECTRICAL METERS. THIS SALE INCLUDES 2 PROPERTIES. A RARE & UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO OWN A HERITAGE VICTORIAN HOME THAT HAS BEEN A LANDMARK FOR MANY YEARS IN RICHMOND. THIS GORGEOUS HOME FEATURES EARLY 1900 CENTURY ARCHITECTURE & CHARM, ROOF LINES, SOLID WOOD FLOORS, STAIRCASES AND FRAMEWORK, GINGERBREAD DESIGNS, STAINED GLASS WINDOWS, 10FT CEILINGS ON MAIN & 2ND FLOOR, BAY WINDOWS, 4 BEDROOMS AND 3 BATHROOMS, ONE BEDROOM HAS WALK IN CLOSET, MAIN FLOOR WOOD FIREPLACE, LARGE EAT IN KITCHEN, LARGE DINING ROOM, TWO LIVING ROOMS, TWO COVERED FRONT PORCHES, 2ND FLOOR COVERED BALCONY, LARGE UNUSED ATTIC, UPGRADED ELECTRICAL & DURALOCK STEEL ROOF, NATURAL GAS FURNACE AND CENTRAL AIR WITH 2ND WOOD BURNING FURNACE (NOT CURRENTLY USED).

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Open House. Open House on Sunday, February 5, 2023 2:00PM - 4:00PM

Please visit our Open House at 8454 Imperial Road in Aylmer. See details here

Open House on Sunday, February 5, 2023 2:00PM - 4:00PM

EXCEPTIONAL VALUE WITH GREAT CURB APPEAL!!! Ranch style home situated on a .56 acres just outside town limits of Aylmer. Easy commute to London, minutes to St. Thomas, close to beaches of Port Stanley, and Port Burwell. Solid Brick with stone front, beautifully landscaped with concrete sidewalks and front covered porch. Backyard backing onto farmers field awaits your personal touches. Our interior features 3+ 3 Bedrooms, 3 full bath, main floor laundry, with approximately 3500 sq.ft finished living space. Oversized and insulated double car garage(25.9 ft deep x 25.10 ft wide), lots of room for toys or full size pick up truck, rough-in for electric vehicle. Beautifully appointed kitchen with white cabinets, granite counter tops, oversized island, walk in pantry, and stainless steel appliances. Perfect for entertaining and family gatherings. Master bedroom with walk in closet, master ensuite with walk in shower, glass doors and double sinks. Open concept family room with gas fireplace, tray ceiling with lighting leads to patio doors rear covered porch with ceiling fan, gas barbecue hook up. Lower level leads to large open space, 3 bedrooms with large windows lets in lots of light, recreation room, storage room, utility room and cold cellar. Potential for wet bar or kitchen in lower bedroom. Luxury vinyl plank flooring throughout. NOTES* Gas hook up for gas stove in kitchen, garage is insulated and finished with an innovative product called Reline for durability, mould resistant and energy efficient, transferrable tarion warranty. BONUS no monthly tax bill for water and sewer!!! Shed approx 192 sqft size 12'x16' with loft.

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