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WELCOME TO 17 STONEHEDGE CLOSE, GRAVENHURST/MUSKOKA
Stunning is an understatement for this home . Both the Home and the yard are simply spectacular. Located just a few minutes walk from Lake Simcoe in the Town of Keswick on a 135 ft deep lot with mature trees, its an easy
commute down 404 hwy .
This open concept bungaloft home has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, 2 bedrooms on the main floor and one in the loft adjacent to the open concept upper family room overlooking the main living/ dining area .
The back yard is a showplace with 15x 25 salt water pool with 3 water
features, surrounded by a patio of porcelain tile and natural stone . An
adorable pool/storage shed houses the pool equipment and a large pergola
provides shade for dining. The hot tub is included and there is lots of
lounging areas. The landscaping is predominantly Hydrangea bushes , which are spectacularly showy all season , yet require very ,very little maintenance. They keep their shape, grow no taller , choke out weeds and only require
water and their flowers trimmed off once at the end of the season
The large kitchen includes granite counter tops, stainless
appliances, custom fan enclosure , metal backsplash, ceramic floor , breakfast bar and loads of cabinets and pot drawers.
The Living/dining area is open concept with hardwood floors, huge windows and a 30ft cathedral ceiling with double fans .
2 main floor bedrooms have double windows & double closets . Hardwood floors throughout.
The Loft area is open concept, with full glass railing overlooking the main Living / Dining area with the
cathedral ceiling following through into the full loft area.
This spacious 2nd floor family room has hardwood floors and large windows overlooking the back yard.
The other end of the loft is the master bedroom with a large double closet .
Between these 2 open concept rooms is a 2 pce powder rooms and there are hardwood floors throughout.
The main bath is all custom , from the unique shaped custom shower with rain head to the tub with it’s own hand shower, narrow high level windows that open , vent moisture and provide light while maintaining total privacy.
The utility area in this home is a large combination laundry/utility area, with the furnace and utilities tucked into a large double closet and a side entrance that
accesses the side yard.
This home is not lacking storage all the bedroom closets are large and double plus there are 2 huge
floor to ceiling double cupboards in the lower bedroom hallway.
The driveway will accommodate parking for 7 cars , when you have pool party guests and Vinyl fencing means never having to paint or stain and no rot to ever
consider. The wide , ornate side gates make for easy access of large items in/out of the back yard.
Fridge, Stove, Dishwasher
microwave, Washer /Dryer
Window Blinds, Fans,
Salt Water pool Filter,
Pool Heater & cover,
pool water features
Hot Tub, All Light fixtures ( except exclusions)
Electric fireplace, 2 mini fridges,
Crystal Chandeliers & wall sconces
2 bathroom mirrors, drapes,
2 front fountains, urns & pots, stone bench, pool cleaner
Hot water heater & furnace (rentals)
213 SHORECREST RD, KESWICK, ON
25 THE QUEENSWAY N, KESWICK, ON
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Georgina is a town in south-central Ontario, and the northernmost municipality in the Regional Municipality of York. The town is bounded to the north by Lake Simcoe. Although incorporated as a town, it operates as a township in which dispersed communities share a common administrative council. Georgina, because it skirts the Eastern shores of Lake Simcoe is an original Cottage destination before modern transportation let us travel further out of the city. There are many older properties that were once cottages that are in close proximity to the lake. Often these properties do not have baseents due to the water table. In more recent years Georgina has been home to a building boom, providing new modern homes at an affordable level.
Population: 45,418 (2016)
All residents enjoy the proximity to Lake Simcoe. The town has become a popular destination in Ontario for swimming, boating, ice fishing, and snowmobiling. There are several great golf course, a movie theatre and many great dining places
The residents of this Neighbourhood can opt in to join the Local Beach Association " " which gives them access to the private beach as this property is located just a few minutes walk to Lake Simcoe.
The homes in this area are varied as it is an area where original cottage homes are being torn down or renovated.
The lots are above average depth and of course there are lots of mature trees.
There is a corner convenience store on the corner of Spring Rd and The Queensway and ist an easy walk to Food Basic, a neighbourhood Pub, and various shops and restaurants
26346 Park Rd, Georgina, ON L0E 1R0
Race at 3-S Go Karts for an awesome go-kart racing day out in Sutton, Ontario. Visiting this outdoor go-karting track is a great adventure.
The Recreational Outdoor Campus (ROC) is a multi-amenity facility with four-season, multi-generational recreational and adventure opportunities that meets the needs of a growing, diverse and vibrant Georgina. The Campus offers a variety of activities such as walking trails, splash pad, bike course, soccer field, baseball diamond, basketball, volleyball and tennis courts, snow tubing, skiing, snowboarding, tobogganing and outdoor skating rink.
26479 Civic Centre Rd, Keswick, ON L4P 3G1 .
The Stephen leacock Theatre is known for its great shows that appeal to all tastes. No need to head to Toronto for really great Entertainment. Famous for its up close and personal ambience, the 295-seat theatre presents a varied schedule of local, national and international entertainment.
130 Gwendolyn Blvd, Keswick, ON L4P 1Z3
26061 Woodbine Ave, Keswick, ON L4P 3E9
The Georgina Military Museum is a non-profit, community-based organization which serves to provide school tours and the general public with a rich and highly textured multi-dimensional presentation of the involvement of members of our society in Canadian wartime conflicts of past and present.
The majority of the Town of Georgina’s trails are multi-use which are suitable for walking, hiking, jogging and cycling. Trail terrain ranges from compact gravel surfaces to asphalt sections through local neighbourhoods and community parks.
5407 Queensville Side Rd E, Mount Albert, ON L0G 1M0
One of Ontario's largest water parks and cable wakeboarding on a private lake located 30 minutes north of the GTA
26557 Civic Centre Rd, Georgina, ON L4P 3G1
the Town of Georgina passed a resolution in 1974 setting aside ten acres of land as the permanent site for what would become the Georgina Pioneer Village & Archives. Located near the south shore of l Lake Simcoe, this ten-acre site is home to sixteen structures that interpret the rich history of Georgina.
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Eastbourne Golf Course - Keswick
Orchard beach Golf & Country Club- Keswick
The Briars Golf Club
Lyndhurst Golf Club
There's no shortage of watersports available on the Lake Simcoe shoreline, Sailing, motoring, kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding, swimming, waterskiing & wakeboarding. Or grab a spot at the beach and watch the young kids having fun on our wonderful Canadian lakes. Beaches & Parks
ON-48, Pefferlaw, ON L0E 1N0
This Nature-Reserve-Class Park at the southeast shore of Lake Simcoe, inside a flat 220 meter closed contour, is home to rare plants and a variety of birds. There is an extensive offshore sandbar.
A non-operating park with no visitors facilities/activities, camping is not permitted.
There is no high ground to speak-of, a small road leaves the south side Hwy#48, and heads northbound to the lake, going- over/claiming the High Point en-route.
Willow Beach Conservation Area is a small area on the shores of Lake Simcoe in Georgina. A great place to take the family for the day, Willow Beach has picnic tables, flush toilets and privies, a playground and of course a sandy beach perfect for fun in the sun. In the winter, anglers use the area to access the lake for ice-fishing in Canada’s Ice-Fishing Capital – Georgina. Town of Georgina residents park for free with their resident parking pass (available from the Town of Georgina). There is paid parking available for non-residents. Website
Sibbald Point Provincial Park is a provincial park located in Sutton West, Ontario, Canada on the southern shores of Lake Simcoe, 70 kilometres north of Toronto.
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Georgina Health Centre-716 The Queensway S. (905) 535-6000.
Medical diagnostic imaging center Website
Georgina Family Medical Centre- 417 The Queensway S, Unit 201,
(905) 989-7800 - many l service providers available under one roof. Website
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596 Davis Drive, Newmarket, Ontario L3Y 2P9
We deliver a wide range of healthcare services to the communities of northern York Region and southern Simcoe County. Our advanced regional programs include Cancer Care and Cardiac Care and serve a broader population across the northern GTA and into Simcoe-Muskoka. Our team of nearly 6,000 staff, physicians, volunteers, students and Patient and Family Advisors
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We are a Mother/Daughter team that both live and work in the fast growing area known as York Region, on the northern edge of the City of Toronto. This area was, and continues to be one of the fastest growing areas in Southern Ontario for both housing and industry. It is made up of multiple very diverse towns: Newmarket, Aurora, Richmond Hill, Whitchurch-Stouffville, King, Vaughan, East Gwillimbury, Keswick, Sutton, Holland Landing and Sharon are just a few of the towns that make up York Region. This fabulous area stretches across the Oak Ridges Moraine, which is the north/south water shed between Toronto and the Barrie area around Lake Simcoe. As part of this watershed, it is made up of lots of green-space, walking trails, creeks and rivers and conservation areas and most of the towns in York Region are dotted throughout fertile, productive farmlands, yet still minutes to Toronto, making it a wonderful place to raise families. With a cottage in the Muskoka/Haliburton area, we are very diversified, with one of us in cottage country, the other in York Region. As more and more buyers look north to own a cottage or retire, we offer boots on the ground in both areas, and exposure to both a Toronto and local buyer base. It's a win-win for everyone!
I grew up in Stouffville, and now reside in Aurora and have always called York Region home. Becoming a Realtor in 1987, I've seen tons of changes in the Industry along the way. My daughter Tiffany joined me in Real Estate several years ago and its been amazingly rejuvenating to have such an influx of young, modern ideas. My early interest in Real Estate was due to the great flexibility it could give me as the mother of a son, Brandyn, who was born with severe medical problems. Brandyn sadly passed away in 2005 during a double Lung and Heart transplant. Then losing my husband John a year later, was a devastating blow, only superseded by the inherited, fraudulent business partner that felt his partners widow would be easy pickings. But I fight hard for what I believe is right, so I single handedly took on that fraud case. Boy, did I learn more than I ever wanted to about the Law and how important it is to cross your i's and dot your t's and how critical a detailed, persistent work ethic is, but Truth does prevail even if it took 10 years to finally prove. Still, my love for helping my clients fulfill their Real Estate dreams continued. I have a deep down sense of adventure and believe that learning is something you never stop doing, whether it's learning new technology, a new skill or just a fun sport. I learned to scuba dive in 2009 and love the ocean. I learned to fly in 2008, as my new partner owned a Lake Amphibian airplane and it seemed prudent to actually know how to land it in an emergency. I have been extremely lucky to spend a part of some winters in the Caribbean aboard our sailboat "Ocean Wings" until the wrath of hurricane Irma completely destroyed her in 2017. We now have a motorhome and love to go explore with the grandkids. I spend my summers going back and forth between our cottage in Haliburton, tending my veggie garden and boating on the lake, where I happily can sell the cottage lifestyle and my home in Aurora looking after business. Life gives everyone ups and downs and how we come out the other side is mostly attitude. I love my real estate family and genuinely love helping my clients make their dreams a reality, through honesty, ethical practices, integrity, hard work, communication and making this journey fun.
Tiffany has been selling York Region “1 Yard at a Time” for over 4 years with 20-plus years of background as a Corporate Executive with HBC, Target and Nike, where she honed financial and negotiation skills, managing large budgets with a multi-country platform while negotiating pricing, quality and delivery through multi-national corporations as a senior buyer/merchandiser. Her buyer background gives her an excellent eye for colours, flow and market trends. That and her youth, allow her to give timely advice to our clients regarding trends that will appeal to those millennial buyers that are so prevalent in the market. She and her husband are now raising their own family, a daughter and a son, in East Gwillimbury and looks forward to helping others make York Region their forever home.
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