It’s not often you come across a home like 800 Reece Court.  Located in the Harrison neighbourhood in Milton, you get clear views from the front porch of a pond, and further away a clear view of the Niagara Escarpment.  Sunsets are night are spectacular.

Walking up to the home, you’ll see perennial gardens, a large front porch accented with stone, parking for four cars in the driveway… plus a stone and stucco exterior with accent pot lights.

More great stuff awaits as you walk through the double front doors. 

Smooth ceilings, tall doors and thick baseboards, mouldings and trim create a strong first impression, and the wide hallway, hardwood flooring and separate living, dining, office/den and family room provide flexibility for many uses. 

Maybe the den becomes a kids’ playroom and the living room becomes an office or quiet reading area – it’s really up to you. Enjoy the open concept design, with under-and-over cabinet lighting in the kitchen.

The kitchen has a peninsula with wrap-around granite counters, extra pantry space, and a Miele quiet-run dishwasher.

Upstairs there are four bedrooms, including two bedrooms with walk-in closets and ensuite bathrooms.  The master ensuite with glass showers, Jacuzzi tub and double sinks (and the massive closet) feel like you’re staying at a $1,000 per night hotel.  The spacious laundry room comes with built-in shelving and cabinets, and there are great views of the pond and Escarpment from the front two bedrooms.

Both the main and second level have tall 9-foot ceilings.  There’s a cold cellar in the basement and a rough-in bathroom, and it would be easy to add a separate entrance to the basement from the side of the house.  A maintenance-free composite wood deck with accent lighting greets you from the sliding door walk-out from the kitchen, with nice tree coverage for privacy.

This home is the right combination of impressive, magazine-quality finishes, on a quiet street with magnificent views.



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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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