Newly Renovated to Create a Wonderful Open Floor Plan with 4 Bedrooms and 3 Bathrooms. Finished Basement Provides Even More Liveable Space for your Family. This Lovely Ranch Style Bungalow is Situated On A Huge Country Size Lot Right in Town. Enjoy Morning Coffees or Wonderful Sunsets on Your Sprawling Front Porch, Reminiscent of Yesteryear! Newly Paved Driveway Leads to a Turn Around Parking Pad and Insulated & Fully Detached 2 Car Garage. Back Deck Provides Plenty of Space for Friends, Family and Entertaining and Don’t Forget About the Huge Fully Fenced Back Yard Where you can Enjoy so Many Outdoor Activities. This Home is located Within Walking Distance To Historic Downtown Port Perry, Public & High Schools and Many More of the Amenities Town Has to Offer. Perfect Timing To Get Settled Into Your New Home Before School Starts!
Other Features and Highlights
Roof to be Replaced end of July 2017
Newly Paved Driveway
Hidden Television in Main Bathroom
New 3 Piece Ensuite in Master bedroom
Detached 2 Car Garage
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For Several Months now the 407 construction has been underway with little impact or any sort of noticeable construction to the general public. Over the summer months and up to today there are very noticeable signs of the route and where new bridges and overpasses will be built. While driving home I stopped to take a few shots of the overpass construction on Simcoe Street just north of Winchester in Oshawa.
It is fascinating to watch a project of this magnitude take shape and see what kind of impact it will have on the surrounding towns, hamlets and cities. We will have to wait until late in 2015 to see just how good or bad the impact will be. I am speculating it will be a positive impact, despite my feelings of seeing large tracts of land disappear into what will become a massive transportation corridor.
The Following Information was taken from the 407 Project update website: Link
Highway 407 East Phase 1 is a $1 billion infrastructure project that will:
Extend Highway 407 by 20.3 kilometres between Brock Road in Pickering to Harmony Road in Oshawa;
Connect Highway 407 East to Highway 401 with the West Durham Link, a 10-kilometre, four-lane divided highway to be built east of Lake Ridge Road in Whitby; and
Require a five-kilometre realignment of Highway 401 to accommodate the West Durham Line.
The Ontario Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure Ontario selected the 407 East Development Group (407EDG) to design, build, finance and maintain Highway 407 East Phase 1.
The Province of Ontario will own and control Highway 407 East and the West Durham Link. Both highways will be toll highways. The Province will receive toll revenue and set toll rates.
There will be six lanes on Highway 407 East from Brock Road to the West Durham Link; four lanes from West Durham Link to Harmony Road, and four lanes on West Durham Link. In total, there will be approximately 148 new lane kilometres with up to 11 interchanges including two highway-to-highway interchanges, 31 major water-crossing structures and 16 road crossings.
Phase 1 interchanges will be built at:
407/Lake Ridge Road
West Durham Link/Dundas Street
West Durham Link/Taunton Road
West Durham Link/Highway 7
Highway 401/Lake Ridge Road
Freeway-to-freeway interchanges at West Durham Link/Highway 401 and West Durham Link/Highway 407
Construction will be completed in late 2015.
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