Besides being in an ideal East location in Milton with easy access to the 401 and the Go Train, what stands out most about 337 Blinco Terrace is the great mix of indoor and outdoor living space.

In the backyard, you get a three-tiered deck, a pergola sun shade and cover, a custom-built shed, and a low-maintenance yard that’s perfect for entertaining. In the front, there’s another deck above the garage, and the street is low-traffic and quiet.

With a larger family or while entertaining, there are so many places to tuck away. The kids can go upstairs in the great room, with tall 14-foot ceilings, while the adults enjoy some time in the open concept area around the dining room, kitchen and family room.

Speaking of the kitchen, be sure to explore the built-in oven and microwave, the double-door stainless steel fridge, and the cooktop with wall-mounted chimney-style range hood. There’s a huge centre island, and all of the countertops are quartz.

There are no carpets in this home, just hardwood and tile floors. That’s great news for allergy sufferers and anybody sensitive to dust. The light fixtures have been changed, and there are California shutters on the windows.

Upstairs, you’ll find four bedrooms, including the master bedroom with a walk-in closet and an ensuite with separate shower & tub, plus a double sink with custom vanity. And in the basement, you’ll notice a feature unique to this home, which is the 14-foot tall ceiling. It would be a wonderful place to finish if you needed the extra living space.

There’s a dog park just down the street, and a large park just north of the house. The identical home was for sale by the builder in a more southwest location, and at the time there was a $20,000 premium paid to be further north and east on Blinco Terrace. This home is much closer to the commercial hub of Milton, and you can easily save 20 minutes a day driving if you’re heading into Mississauga or Toronto.



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About the Neighbourhood


In 1999, Milton got access to a new water supply, which meant the doors were wide open for development. Builder sales centres were in the middle of farm fields, and the Clarke and Dempsey neighbourhoods began to take shape at the turn of the millennium, with original purchase prices in the $140,000 to $230,000 range. The neighbourhood is now firmly established as a friendly place to live, with more mature trees and a closer proximity to Mississauga and Toronto than the brand new west neighbourhoods.

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