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One of the Best Neighbourhood Parks Down the Street!

The Neighbourhood of Bronte Meadows has so much to offer for a growing family, or even someone who is looking to downsize to a smaller detached home.

You’re just a 5 minute walk to the most popular park in this area, Laurier Park. Featuring a playground with a splash pad, baseball diamond, tennis courts, soccer fields, and John Tonelli Arena.

I can tell you that the Ice Cream truck is known to frequently make stops here for the kids!

293 Woodlawn Cres is in a fabulous location close to local schools, Shoppers Drug Mart, restaurants and a Milton favourite, La Rose bakery. This area has tons to offer for everyone in the family with a great number of kids in the area.

The wide driveway allows you to park 4 cars on the driveway, and 1 spot in the garage. No sidewalk on this side of the street allows for those 2 bonus spots that you wouldn’t get on the other side of the street.

The great backyard features a deck, and plenty of space to add a shed, or play structure for the little ones.

Inside hosts over 1400 Sq ft plus a finished basement with an extra 3-piece bathroom. The main level is host to a large living room, featuring a bay window and laminate flooring. Freshly painted and new light fixtures here. The dining room hosts a walkout to your large deck. You can easily watch the kids playing out back through your kitchen

The second level has 3 large bedrooms. The primary bedroom features a good sized walk in closet and 3- piece bathroom.

This would be a wonderful home for someone who prefers to have a larger yard and upsizing from that townhouse or condo affordably. It’s been very well kept with only 2 owners in its lifetime.

Don’t wait to come see for yourself!


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About the Neighbourhood

Bronte Meadows

Built mostly towards the mid-to-late 1980’s just north of the hospital, the boundaries of this area are often confused because of the close proximity to Timberlea, both geographically and with the way the houses look. The lots are slightly smaller in this area, with many “detached” homes linked by the foundation, but still generally much larger properties than you’ll find in the new area. This was the last area to be built before a long pause in building in the 1990’s due to lack of extra water supply in Milton.

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