Just the Facts
6 spots total
About the Property
There’s something about stepping to 287 Prince George that makes you feel like you’re home. This 3 bedroom, 4 bath home was tailor-made for games of scrabble and sleepover parties, for reading in front of the fireplace and for late nights sitting around the table with old friends.
This home, backing onto the ravine, is a rare find. The private feel and secluded nature doesn’t come up in this neighbourhood very often. Inside, there’s no cookie-cutter in sight. The large and uniquely styled rooms with hardwood throughout are the perfect canvas.
There are 2 functioning woodburning fireplaces (with wood included) – one on the main floor, and one in the finished, walkout basement. It’s a well-cared for home with updates done over the years, but there are a lot of opportunities to bring your own style. The kitchen is due to be refreshed, but the upstairs bathrooms have been modernized, and there is a rough-in for a bathroom in the basement.
The view of the ravine with city lights in distance from the large window in the master bedroom is a must-see. You’ll also find an ensuite and walk-in closet, making it the perfect retreat at the end of the day.
You can move in and enjoy as is, making changes and improvements over time. With lot of the “unsexy” work done, with a newer air conditioner and furnace (2014), newer shingles (2010), new central vac (2019) and some of the appliances replaced, any investments you make with be the kind you can see and appreciate every day.
5 Things We Love About This Home
- Backs onto ravine so it is private and feels secluded (like an oasis in the city)
- In a good school district (around the corner from the school)
- Good size rooms in the home
- Good neighbours (nice community)
- Unique styling – doesn’t feel cookie cutter
About the Neighbourhood and Lifestyle
This is a family-friendly neighbourhood in an excellent school district. You’ll be in good company, as the neighbourhood camaraderie will make you feel like you’re moving into a real community. The Walk Score is surprisingly high for a suburban neighbourhood. You’re just steps to many of Mississauga’s main amenities – close to the QEW, 401, and 403. MiWay transit accessibility. The Hurontario LRT is also nearby and is set to be completed in 2022. Or hop on the Go Train for easy access downtown. Close to Square One shopping centre, restaurants, and shops. It’s easy city life with a suburban/oasis/cottage feel because of the backyard.