Sydney Brooke Homes now in Appleton!

As many of you already know Sydney Brooke Homes builds but 4 or 5 houses per year. I am proud to announce that Sydney Brooke Homes bought 4 very special lots on Hillcrest Drive. These lots are at the end of a cul-de-sac in the dream hamlet of Appleton. Appleton is situated 7 minutes north of Carleton Place and 7 minutes south of Almonte. This quaint community has the picturesque Mississippi River running through it. The beautiful Mississippi Golf Club is a 3 minute drive from these lots. Big box stores are in Carleton Place (7 minute drive).

A mere 15 minutes from the home of the Ottawa Senators NHL hockey club (at the Canadian Tire Center) yet miles away from the hustle and bustle of big city living. Treat yourself to a leisurely drive from Ottawa to Appleton to experience a lifestyle that will surely convince you that this is where you belong.

Buying a Sydney Brooke Home is similar to buying a Rolls Royce automobile, there are no surprise extra costs. When you buy a Sydney Brooke Home you get an ICF foundation (insulated concrete form), central air conditioning, radiant heat flooring in the basement area, 1,000 square feet of finished basement including a recreation room, a bedroom and a full bathroom.The walkout basement features a interlocking stone patio 16'X14'. The main floor is an open concept design with a designer kitchen with granite counter tops, 18 foot cathedral ceiling in the living room, 10 foot vaulted ceiling in dining room, 3 car garage, 3 bedrooms (total of 4 including basement bedroom), master bedroom with huge en-suite, 2 and 1/2 bathrooms (3 and 1/2 including basement), 16'X14' covered patio off of living room, fully landscaped yards including sod and landscape rocks. Flooring is hardwood and ceramic.

Check out the video of "The Hudson" model.


Contact me today to discuss the possibilities.

David Cousineau (real estate salesperson)

Century 21 Explorer Realty Inc.

145 Bridge Street, Carleton Place, Ontario

K7C 2V6

613-222-2047 cellular

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