Looking for affordable living in Burlington? Don’t miss this spacious 4-bedroom home in sought-after Pinedale. Situated on a large lot on a family-friendly street, this home is finished top-to-bottom and includes room to grow!
Ready for summer sun-days, leave the front door open and use the invisible screen to let the light pour in. The main level features a bright bay window in the open concept living & dining room.
A modern kitchen overlooks the deep, private backyard. Watch the kids play from your enclosed sunroom, or create summer feasts at the grill – your choice!
Upstairs, the master easily fits your king-sized bed, and 3 more generous bedrooms mean everyone gets their own space to unwind. The main bathroom has just been completely updated.
For family time and relaxation – a professionally finished basement completes the tour.
Close to schools, parks, shopping, highway access– and a short walk to the Appleby GO station – the location is ideal. Take a 3D virtual tour and picture yourself at home here.
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