Welcome Home to Mattamy’s Baker Model. Coming up to this 3 bedroom home you will notice the flagstone walkway and porch, where you can enjoy sitting with your coffee or wine and look out over the Beaty Community Park. The home is 1510 square feet and is equipped with 3 generous bedrooms, a large eat in kitchen with tons of cabinets and counter space and a fully finished basement. There is also a 3 piece rough in for a second bathroom in the basement. You really can’t beat the location either. With Guardian Angels elementary school just a hop skip and a jump away and the award winning Hawthorne Village Public School just down the road, you are surrounded with all the amenitites a growing family needs. This truly is the perfect home.
About The Neighbourhood (Beaty)
Beaty neighbourhood is the jewel of the original “Hawthorne Village” where Mattamy started it’s development in Milton. The neighbourhood boundaries are Derry Road on the north side, James Snow Parkway on the east, Louis St. Laurent Ave to the south and Thompson Road to the west. The homes in this area were built between 2000 and 2006. Home builders include Mattamy, Sundial, Coscorp and Country Homes.
Getting in and out of the area is quick and easy with Fourth Line taking you out to Britannia and Louis St. Laurent the south to easily get connected to the QEW via Bronte. Derry Road on the north side will to take you to the 401 and 407 highways. The GO Station is just a short drive down Thompson Rd.
The Hawthorne Village Square is located at the corner of Derry and Trudeau and has a 24 hour food store, doctor’s office, dentist and one of the best pizza places in Milton called Portabello’s. There are several other shopping plazas along the border of the neighbourhood on Derry and Thompson.
There are many leisure and recreation centres just a few minutes away from the Beaty area. The Beaty Branch of the Milton Public Library is located within walking distance on Fourth Line and the Milton Leisure Centre, Milton Sports Centre, Milton Memorial Arena and Lions Sports Park are all close by.
The pipeline runs the length of the neighbourhood offering open green space and walking/cycling paths. It’s the kind of the area where you can find kids playing in the playground on your quiet crescent or see your neighbours walking by with their dog while you are enjoying the evening sitting on your porch.