7 Blue Ridge Tr. (Kennedy and Aurora roads)
Asking price: $2.68 million
Sold for: $2.55 million
Taxes: $11,072 (2020)
Square footage: 4,600
Days on the market: 17
“In recent months, Stouffville has seen an increase in transactions due to its large lot sizes and large homes,” says listing agent Voula Argyropoulos.
“Seven Blue Ridge is in a community called Trail of the Woods Estate, a hidden gem for some time. It was a pleasure to bring more exposure to the neighbourhood, which has only 130 similar estate homes on lots ranging from one to two acres, close to forests and parks, minutes from Highway 404 and with tons of amenities and good schools nearby.”
Seven Blue Ridge has a custom home that is perfectly integrated with its natural environment, she says. “The home although over 25-years-old is very well maintained with pride of ownership. The 4,600-square-fooot house is set on 1.4 private acres with mature trees and an oversized salt water pool with a waterfall feature.”
There are large windows so lots of natural light fills the home. The large open-concept lower level has a walkout to the pool and backyard, which has a cabana with wet bar, an outdoor shower and volleyball court. The home also has a three-car heated garage finished with epoxy flooring. A loft provides additional storage space.
Argyropoulos says, “We decided to hold off on showings for five days after we listed as the sellers wanted to move out during the selling process. I arranged for 12 showings over a two-day period, following all COVID precautions and only booking 30-minute showings with minimal numbers of people in the home during each appointment. The family that moved quickly to place an offer loved the property. They are multi-generational family and liked that the home has two master bedrooms, an open-concept layout for family and entertaining and is in a safe and quiet neighborhood.”
The property is close to golf, trails and schools.
Listing Broker: Hammond International Properties Limited (Voula Argyropoulos and Jerry Hammond)
Source: National Post Quebec Nordiques