Backing onto the protected Preservation Park greenspace with its beautiful view of the forest and walking trails, 37 Keys is unlike any other. Built on a quiet crescent by Pidel in 2004, with over 2500 sf of completely renovated space, this home is sure to please with its wonderful layout, huge windows and upscale finishes. Over the past 4 years, this home has had extensive updates including a completely renovated kitchen with quartz countertops and custom cabinetry, renovated master ensuite with heated flooring, new carpet and hardwood flooring, main floor laundry, landscaping, concrete work and paint. There’s nothing left to do! Inside the front door there is a formal living and dining room to the right which lead to the kitchen and family room at the rear of the home. Large windows flood every room in this home with natural light. Walk out to your upper deck to enjoy your morning coffee overlooking the serene forest. Heading upstairs is all new carpeting and you’ll find 4 great sized bedrooms, including a beautiful new ensuite. Downstairs you’ll find a huge footprint of space that has a rec room, a family room and an office/bedroom. Even better, this lower level is above grade and has a walkout to a covered patio area overlooking the fully fenced yard! The house is conveniently located near Gordon St with easy access to Hwy 6, Hwy 401 and the Clair/Gordon shopping development. (52547310)
LAND SIZEUnder 1/2 Acre
APPLIANCES:Dishwasher, Dryer, Refrigerator, Stove, Water softener, Washer, Blinds, Window Coverings, Garage door opener
The following demographic information is based on the dissemination area as defined by Statistics Canada. A dissemination area contains, on average, approximately 200 – 400 households and is often referred to as a small neighbourhood. Data has been provided by a 3rd party supplier based on census data from Statistics Canada.
When Beth and Ryan were younger, the intersection of Clair Rd and Gordon St was considered “out of town”. It wasn’t much more than fields and the Pergola Inn, known for it’s mini golf, arcade and batting cages. Now, it’s Guelph’s most recent mega-development.
With restaurants, grocery stores and movie theatre Clairfields has truly become a complete neighbourhood unto itself. Part of the popularity is the easy access to the 401 just a few minutes down the road for commuters.
There are a wide variety of home styles here, and they are still building: from condo town homes, detached smaller foot print, 3-4 bedroom 1800 sf homes and estate homes pushing the $1 million dollar mark.
It’s worth noting that the only IB accredited Catholic high school in Guelph, Bishop MacDonnell is found in this area on Clair Rd.
The Clairfields area is still in growth mode, giving potential buyers more options if they’d like a custom build versus existing resale home. As a result, the average sale price in this area declined in 2019 vs 2018, but we anticipate this is only a short term impact.