When the current owners purchased 552 Caverhill Crescent, the thing that stood out the most for them was the neighbourhood. They said it was the quiet street, and friendly neighbours on all sides that really appealed to them. It was the perfect place to start their family.  There are often basketball or hockey games played by the neighbourhood children along the bend right in front of their home.

The home has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a fully fenced backyard. Enjoy your morning coffee with privacy on your large front porch.  Walking into the home you’ll notice the soaring 16 foot ceilings in the foyer and a stylish and functional dining and living room.  The kitchen is open to the family room, so you’ll always feel like you’re part of the action. Prepare culinary delights with the stainless steel appliances or host a barbecue in your back yard with just enough shade from the tree.

Upstairs is the master bedroom with his and hers closets and a renovated master shower and large soaker tub.  The other three bedrooms are large enough for at least a double bed in each. And two of the rooms have charming dormers that add character and style to the rooms.  Every bedroom has its own double closet. The upstairs is completed with a renovated main bathroom and an extra large linen closet.

The basement is unfinished which allows you to create your own space.  You’ll save some costs because it’s already been framed … it just awaits your finishing touches!  In the meantime, you have lots of great storage.

The sellers have owned this home for 14 years and each upgrade has been thoughtfully considered so that it requires low or no maintenance.  From the updated porch railings and window trimmings (no rotting wood to worry about) to the expanded concrete driveway, you will find pride of ownership at its finest here.



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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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