Sophisticated Bungalow in Huntsville | 35 Royal Oak Crescent

July 22, 2020

Welcome to 35 Royal Oak Crescent located in the well-known community of Woodland Heights, 10 minutes from Downtown Huntsville. With Deerhurst Resort, golf courses, & Hidden Valley Highlands Ski Area, all close by there is no shortage of amenities. The community of Woodland Heights has its own 200 acres Natures Sanctuary offering trails exclusively for the residents of this community.

 

 

 

This sophisticated 3 bed 3 bath Bungalow is situated hillside with 4-season elevated views of Peninsula Lake from most rooms and is just under 1.5 acres. The curb appeal speaks for itself with its manicured landscaping, oak trees & large circular driveway. Granite skirting around the home including the chimney adds to the refined Muskoka appeal.

 

 

 

This home offers main floor living. The open concept professional kitchen includes a massive island with granite countertops & maple cabinets, double oven, 6 burner gas stove with grill, and a large pantry for additional storage. Entertaining is a breeze with the adjacent formal dining room. Walkout to the cedar deck, Muskoka Room, and enjoy the spectacular view.

 

 

 

 

 

The home is ideal for any family, offering 3 bedrooms, 2 of which share an ensuite. The master bedroom includes ensuite with double sinks and shower, heated floor, double closets & office area with a view sure to inspire. You will find a laundry room and mudroom area with dog run conclude the main floor

 

 

 

Situated on just under 1.5 acres, this home has one of the best views available in the community of Woodland Heights. Pride of ownership is evident with the well-manicured landscaping. The curb appeal of this home is excellent!

 

 

 

This property is currently listed at $1,275,000. For more information, please contact Kim OGrady at (705) 789-1001.

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