518 Caverhill Crescent is a fully detached four-bedroom Mattamy Powell model, with 1,895 square feet of space. It’s the largest floor plan in the neighbourhood, and it’s across from a park on a very quiet street in east Milton. Save time commuting to Toronto and Mississauga with easy highway and Go Train access.

There’s a front porch, a balcony on the second level, and a wood deck in the yard, for lots of outdoor living options. The kids love watching local fireworks shows with a blanket on the second-floor balcony.

Inside, you’ll find a home filled with fabulous features. The flooring on the main and second floor has been all upgraded, all of the builder lights have been replaced, pot lights have been added, vanities in the washrooms have been replaced, and there’s a backsplash with a Corian countertop in the kitchen. The wainscotting pattern on the main staircase is sure to impress everyone who visits.

Almost everywhere you look in this home, you’ll see an improved version of the original house. Upgrade your home… with an upgraded home!

The open concept plan connects the kitchen with the family room, and there’s a dining/living room in the front that can handle large family gatherings (whenever they’re allowed to return). Enjoy a quiet night by the fireplace, or get some work done in one of three “nooks” that are perfect for people who work from home — one in the kitchen, one upstairs by the balcony door, and the added dormer space in the north side bedroom.

The home is clean, tidy, freshly painted and ready for you to enjoy.


Here’s a list of schools within walking distance of the home.

Elementary Schools:

St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Elementary School
Bruce Trail Public School
Ecole Dyane-Adam Elementary French School

Secondary Schools:

Bishop Redding Catholic Secondary School
Craig Kielberger Secondary School



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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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