371 Powadiuk Place is a lovely three-bedroom detached home on the east side of Milton, on a low-traffic, family-friendly street.  You’ll love the open, bright layout, and the tasteful finishes in the home.

Inside, you’re greeted by stylish wallpaper and high nine-foot ceilings.  The doors are higher as well, which adds to the “lofty” feeling you get on the main floor.  There are plenty of extras here, including thicker baseboards, wainscotting, California shutters, and even a back interlock patio.  Not a single builder light remains — they changed ALL of them to better lights.

The highlight of the main level is the kitchen, with those tasteful European-style white appliances, with white cupboards and off-white quartz countertops and backsplash.  There’s a centre island with a backplash and undercabinet lighting, and plenty of counter space if you love to cook.  The open layout is excellent for entertaining guests.

Upstairs, you’ll find three bedrooms, including the master bedroom with an ensuite and walk-in closet.  The laundry is upstairs, too — so you won’t need to carry baskets full of clothes up and down.  The basement is finished, with a fourth washroom including a shower, and a small kitchenette overlooking the rec room area.  Despite being a finished area, there’s still plenty of storage space here and in the tall garage.

The home is four years old, and it’s in a pocket of homes on the east side of Milton.  Many other new homes to the south and west will add an extra 10-20 minutes of commute time every day to get on and off the 401.  You’ll save time driving to Mississauga and Toronto, and you’re closer to amenities like the arts centre, the library, and Milton’s main commercial core to the northeast.

Don’t settle for less, because this home has everything you need to be happy for years to come.



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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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