Stoney Creek home listed for $3.7million has a ‘resort feel’
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Piece Stoney Creek
Features Located on the edge of Lake Ontario and just steps from Confederation Park, this home is one of three properties located on the Stoney Creek waterfront that are listed for over $3 million.
Tucked away on Church Street, the six-bedroom, eight-bathroom home has more than 5,100 square feet of living space and has “a resort feel,” said Diane Brown, sales associate at Brown Real Estate Consultants. The house is co-listed with team leader Justin Brown.
The backyard of the home features a large concrete patio that extends to the breakwater wall, a fire pit, a swim spa and hot tub, and a cabana bar with a bathroom and a outdoor shower.
“Walking there really feels like you’re on vacation,” said Diane Brown.
Custom built in 2017, the home consists of two separate units – the first spanning over 3,600 square feet, while the second spans approximately 1,500 square feet. It has been finished with hardwood floors, granite counter tops and large windows throughout.
The main house includes a large open concept room which includes a large kitchen with dining area as well as a family room with a gas fireplace. There is also a separate dining room and a living room tucked off to the side.
Upstairs there are four bedrooms, all of which have en-suite bathrooms. There is also a separate room which has a deep soaking tub with stunning lake views.
“It has a really light and airy feel to it,” Brown said. “It’s all about that view.”
The secondary residence, built with multi-generational living in mind, includes a kitchen, laundry room, two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a pair of walk-out balconies. It also has an elevator.
Brown said the house could be suitable for two couples wanting to move into the property. The second unit could also be rented.
Why is the price like this? Brown said the home’s price was influenced by its location and features. She noted that ownership is “like buying two houses.”