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Year-round waterfront home just south of Guelph. Offering wonderful privacy this bungalow features 2 large bedrooms, an eat-in kitchen with walk-in pantry, spacious living-room featuring an electric Fireplace plus a full bathroom with a skylight. Your large deck backs onto a canal and a forested green space. The yard has a good-sized shed, and a double wide paved driveway provides parking for two. This freehold bungalow is part of a “common elements” condominium in a natural setting that offers many fun and entertaining community features like a heated pool, community centre, library, bocce, darts, dances, summer garden plots and so much more! High speed Rogers internet allows you to work from home AND luxuriate in a holiday lifestyle.
Address: 35 Water Street
Year Built: 2003
Square Feet: 1100
Monthly Fee: $480
Ownership: Freehold C.E.C.C.
Lot Width: 49'
Lot Depth: 80'
Driveway Width: Double Wide
Garage/Carport: Space Available!
Heat Source: Natural Gas
Air Conditioning: Yes - Central Air
Mini Lakes is the most sought-after Lifestyle Community in Southern Ontario. Located only 5 minutes from the bustling South end commercial area of Guelph, it provides all the necessary amenities for shopping, entertainment, and healthcare. Also, just 5 minutes from the 401 exit at HWY 6 between Kitchener and Milton. A home in Mini Lakes is ideal for empty nesters looking to slow down, and just as appealing to first time buyers wanting more than a parking lot view from an apartment balcony. Residents here enjoy spring fed lakes, fishing, canals, heated pool, recreation centre, bocce courts, library, trails, gardens allotments, walking clubs, dart leagues, golf tournaments, card nights, etc… Every home has been built indoors at a climate-controlled facility, offering a clear advantage in material protection and superior quality control over standard stick-built construction of a typical city subdivision. Come see for yourself.
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