788223 13 Grey Road Clarksburg, Ontario N0H 1J0

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$1,495,000

ART DISTRICT THORNBURY/CLARKSBURG. It's a private one-acre retreat your family will fall in love with. The SPACIOUS entrance leads you to 3850 SF which includes a Big MODERN WHITE KITCHEN with QUARTZ counters, high-end SS appliances, custom roll out pantry & drawers looking over a stunning 24' great room w/vaulted ceiling, GAS fireplace & skylightsm. Dining room is also vaulted & has great space for those special gatherings, all looking out over a private patio & lush grounds. The LARGE primary bedroom is in a favourable position of the house with lots of windows yet very private. There's a high-end newly finished 4 PC bath with quartz, double sinks & large glass shower. A third bdrm on this floor is an excellent space for your guests with a new high-end bathroom beside. 2000 sq ft room with HEATED INDOOR POOL, No leaves to rake, lower costs, year-round fun, therapy & relaxation with a great lounge area, gym area, sauna & 3-pc bath. Laundry is on main fl, pantry & cupboards with STORAGE GALORE. The basement has a combined family room/bedroom with a new WOOD BURNING stove & BIG closet. ENJOY SKIING, hiking, and the popular CLARKSBURG/THORNBURY ART DISTRICT, shops & dining. Schools are close by. Generator. plus the Power source for Electric Vehicle has been installed. (id:49605)

Property Details

Price $1,495,000
Bedroom(s) 3
Bathroom(s) 3
Property Type Single Family
Architectural Style Bungalow
Pool Type Indoor Pool
788223 13 Grey Road Clarksburg, Ontario N0H 1J0

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