431 Baverstock is a Mattamy-built Bryant model, with over 1,500 square feet of living space including the finished basement. It’s a wonderful choice for your next home because you have great access to the 401 and 407 just three minutes away, and it’s around the corner from a leash-free dog park and Trudeau park.

Schools are also nearby, including Bruce Trail Elementary Public School, with a built-in before and after school MCRC daycare facility, the all-French Dyane Adam Elementary, and St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Elementary

There’s an interlock pathway and covered front porch, and the builder’s slim front door has been replaced with a wider, nicer front door. Inside, the home has hardwood flooring throughout – carpets are nowhere to be found. This is great news for allergy sufferers, or anybody looking to breathe better within their home.

You’ll also find custom light fixtures throughout, washrooms on all three levels, California shutters, and it has been professionally painted and cleaned. The furnace and air conditioner have both been replaced in the last five years, and the roof has plenty of time left on it.

The kitchen is the heart of the main level, with granite counters, top-quality stainless steel appliances, undercabinet LED lighting, backsplash, and white cabinets. It’s very open concept with the rest of the main floor, so you can keep an eye on kids, or chat with family or friends while prepping a meal.

The backyard is maintenance-free, with a large deck covering the entire area. No need to worry about cutting grass or tending to gardens, and there’s plenty of space for a BBQ, patio set and room for kids to play.

Combining the impressive interior with the valuable East Milton location surrounding schools and parks, with great commuter access, there’s lots to love about 431 Baverstock Crescent!



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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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