When the current owners purchased 100 Van Fleet Terrace they knew exactly what they wanted in a home.  Being original owners, they were able to choose some of the features that make this home extraordinary.  They said being on a quiet street and having privacy in the backyard was something that was very important for them.  They really wanted their driveway to be separate from their neighbours, to have big above graded windows in the basement, and to have the kitchen reconfigured to stand out from other Mattamy Rosewood models in the neighbourhood.

The home has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and two living spaces on the main floor.  The living and dining room can also be combined to make one large dining or living space. The upgraded kitchen with quartz counters is home to a huge seven-foot island that overlooks the family room.  There is a very generous amount of storage space in the kitchen, from the upper, lower, and island cabinetry. There is a gas range to create your meals and entertain, and room for multiple cooks. And one of the most exceptional things about this home is the privacy and tranquility of the green space behind.  Enjoy your morning beverage and watch the sunrise.

On your way upstairs you will find a large walk in linen closet, perfect for storing extra pillows, sheets, towels and any “extras” you have. Upstairs is a spacious master bedroom with a big walk in closet and a four piece ensuite.  Keep the shades open as the view of the green space gives you extra privacy.

The other three bedrooms are bright and spacious with full size closets, perfect for any family. And having the laundry room upstairs gives you the convenience of not having to move laundry up and down the stairs.

The basement is a big, open, blank canvas. The oversized above grade windows bring in vibrant light so it doesn’t feel like a basement at all, and there’s even a rough in for a washroom. It’s a great opportunity to make it your own.



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About the Neighbourhood


Around 2008, the market changed and the world faced an economic crisis.  While Milton remained better off than many other areas, we still felt the effects. Some owners who purchased from builders in 2007 faced an economy where their homes weren’t worth what they paid.  Luckily, that turned around by mid-2009. There was a noticeable increase in density of housing, with many of the larger lots from Beaty, Dempsey, Clarke and Coates starting to disappear. That being said, there are some very prestigious streets with larger homes and lots, especially on the west side of the neighbourhood.  You can see some of the clearest, best views of the Escarpment from these homes.  Sunsets are a delight.

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