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Georgian Manor on Acreage – $2,050,000

Georgian Manor on Acreage – $2,050,000

June 04
11:49 2010

Beautiful.  Based on the front Exterior shots I’m already liking this one.  Shake roofs are one of my favourites, the columns at the front door are grand and impressive and I like the mix of brick work with the siding, oh and who could forget the Canadian Flag!  The back of the home is even more impressive with the illusion of having 4 storeys but really only 3.  It’s got plenty of entertaining spaces whether you’re on the Main Floor with the expansive deck or on the Lower Level on the patios.

The Interiors of the home are of large scale and contain the details and charm you’d expect in a Georgian styled home.  This seems like it would be the ultimate family home with plenty of room for expanding (27 acres).  If wanted I’m sure you could even build a Guest House on the property.  Overall I’m impressed with the quality and size of this home for only $2 Million – too bad it’s not in Vancouver…oh wait then it would be $22 Million!

Price: $2,050,000
Size: 7,000 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 5 Full, 1 Half
Speciality Items: 27 Acres, 3 Finished Levels, Walk Out Lower Level, Pool & Gardens, Tennis Court, Streams, Master Suite complete with Balconies.
Address: 16698 Centreville Creek Road, Caledon East, Ontario, Canada

Listing Details:
Impressive Georgian home on rolling 27 acres. 3 finished levels with 5 bedrooms.  Walk-out lower level to impressive pool and gardens.  Tennis court set in your own private valley.  Lovely stream flows through the property.  Newly renovated kitchen.  Huge dining room with fireplace.  Elegant master suite with balconies, walk-in closet, sitting area and fireplace.  Large meadow suitable for stable. Hardwood forest.

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