56 Meadowglen Boulevard combines the best of both worlds inside and outside of the home. You have a gorgeous pie-shaped lot with a wider backyard facing a forest, and inside there’s approximately 2,800 square feet of living space with a great layout.
Located just a short 10-minute walk north of the Georgetown Go station, the Meadowglen neighbourhood provides great access for commuters by train, and for drivers by being 15 minutes north of the 407 and 401 highways.
The community of Glen Williams is just a few minutes away, where you can enjoy drinks and food at the Copper Kettle Pub, or skip rocks along the Credit River, or enjoy the parade (and rubber duck race) on Canada Day.
The immediate area of Meadowglen is friendly and welcoming. Kids from across Georgetown visit this area on Halloween because of the amazing displays and haunted houses.
When it’s time for fireworks, the neighbours pool resources for a great show on Victoria and Canada Day.
The kids know each other, and so do the parents… often gathering at the park for the “Meadowglen Park Watch”.
Inside the home, there’s a separate den area, along with a formal dining room with a half-wall open to the family room with a gas fireplace. There are hardwood floors in all main-level rooms, and the tall 9-foot ceilings and the two-storey entrance create an open, welcoming vibe. There’s a mud room off the garage with laundry and built-in cabinets (and a countertop for sorting clothes), but the real highlight of this level is the kitchen.
Everybody loves a white kitchen with quartz countertops, extra pantry space, stainless steel appliances and a centre island… and you get all of that here, with an eat-in area for breakfast and a view of the forest behind.
Your friends and family may even gasp when they see it for the first time.
Upstairs, there’s an office nook with built-in cabinets and a second floor balcony. The master bedroom and one of the other bedrooms both have private ensuites, and there’s a third full washroom upstairs that the other two bedrooms share. All rooms are generously-sized, with berber carpets and warm, neutral paint colours.
There’s lot of space between houses, and there are tall basement windows facing the backyard. Inground irrigation systems keep your grass green all season long, and the home is private and quiet – you can hear the wind and trees sway when the wind blows through the neighbourhood.
This is the kind of home you can stay in for many years, with a combination of a terrific house layout, tasteful finishes, privacy, and a location you’ll enjoy every single day.