Stunning Escarpment views from your living room!

Welcome to 6020 Derry Road #10…

This beautiful 3-storey corner townhome is in immaculate shape, and so spacious you’ll feel like you’re in a semi-detached home!

There is wainscotting on the walls, fresh paint throughout, and plenty of windows to fill the space with an abundance of gorgeous natural light. The chef’s kitchen is a highlight, featuring spacious granite counters, stainless steel appliances and a walk-in pantry. You’ll notice incredible pride of ownership from the current owners throughout the entire space.

The layout is incredibly well thought-out, with 3 spacious bedrooms, 2.5 washrooms, and a den on the first floor that can be used as a studio or office space.

The dining and living rooms are separate, and very private. The primary bedroom features a through-washroom, dual walk-in closets, and easy access to laundry just outside your bedroom.

Here are the floor plans:

There’s also a lovely side yard and a covered deck, which is an incredibly rare find for three-storey townhomes in Milton.

The yard is fully maintained by property management, so you’ll get to enjoy some lovely green space without all of the work and cost typically associated with having a yard!

There is plenty of parking available… You’ll get to enjoy the double-car garage, plus additional parking in the driveway. The complex provides ample visitor parking for your guests, conveniently located right across from this wonderful home!

In this location, you’ll be close to conservation areas, parks, schools, Springridge Farm, and Sherwood Community Centre. Did we mention the gorgeous, unobstructed escarpment views right across the street?

This is a great opportunity for first-time home buyers, young families, or anyone looking for some space to grow… Stay tuned for more details, you won’t want to miss out!



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About the Neighbourhood


Around 2008, the market changed and the world faced an economic crisis.  While Milton remained better off than many other areas, we still felt the effects. Some owners who purchased from builders in 2007 faced an economy where their homes weren’t worth what they paid.  Luckily, that turned around by mid-2009. There was a noticeable increase in density of housing, with many of the larger lots from Beaty, Dempsey, Clarke and Coates starting to disappear. That being said, there are some very prestigious streets with larger homes and lots, especially on the west side of the neighbourhood.  You can see some of the clearest, best views of the Escarpment from these homes.  Sunsets are a delight.

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