• Anastasia Sitenko

63 Pavlova Crescent, Richmond Hill

SOLD for $1,175,000


Welcome to 63 Pavlova Crescent in Oak Ridges!


Executive 3 bedroom Residence encompasses what all discerning buyers desire. Nestled in desirable

Kingshill and situated close to breathtaking conservation and a picturesque pond. Spacious and glamorous design with a brick and stone front elevation, interlock stone at stair landing, and beautiful stone flower beds.


The covered front porch leads to an upgraded front door entrance that welcomes you to a bright foyer. Striking rich dark hardwood flooring and 9 ft. ceilings are featured on the main level. This sun-filled home offers an abundance of large windows that are energizing and adds a sense of warmth and comfort.


The Dining room is the epitome of elegance and opens to a gorgeous gourmet Kitchen that showcases rich dark chocolate cabinets, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, large center island with a breakfast bar counter. It offers a direct walkout to the fully fenced backyard with a stunning interlock stone patio and a beautiful garden. The entertaining-sized Family room with its cozy gas replace will be the room your family will love and adore. It presents a remarkable space that dramatizes versatile interiors.


The brilliant floor plan was designed with convenience in mind. The entrance to the King-sized Main Bedroom uncovers an exquisite and heavenly retreat. A spacious walk-in closet offers closet organizers which will keep you well organized. Relax, luxuriate and pamper yourself in the spa-like ensuite featuring a separate shower. The moment you slide into the blissfully serene soaker tub, the crush and confusion of the day’s routine melt away.


The professionally finished basement features a 3pc bathroom, large laundry room, lots of storage space and a cozy nanny room which can also be a playroom for the kids, where you can relax or enjoy spending time with kids, friends and family.


Conveniently located in walking distance to Kettle Lakes Elementary Public School, Father Frederick McGinn Elementary Catholic School and close to French Immersion, Secondary Public and Catholic Schools, walking trails, community center, medical center, amenities, shopping, Hwy 400, 404, GO station, YRT, Viva, Public Transit-22, and Grovewood Park offering many exciting amenities for residents to enjoy including a water play area, junior and senior playgrounds, a gazebo, a small amphitheater, a senior lit soccer eld, tennis courts, one full and one practice-sized basketball court, a circular pedestrian trail that wraps around the park as well as plenty of parking.


A home for your family in an established community where every season is beautiful!





NEIGHBOURHOOD:


Oak Ridges


While Oak Ridges has never been an officially incorporated town, Oak Ridges prides itself on its heritage and a strong sense of community. Oak Ridges is perfect for those that love the outdoors. As a community that was developed around the scenic and lively Lake Wilcox, nature has always been at the forefront of the community. With a high density of parks, walking trails, nature reserves, Oak Ridges can maintain a country feel in the city.With easy access to Yonge street, highways 400 and 404, Oak Ridges is a commuter’s dream.



Grovewood Park


Grovewood park is a comprehensive community park in Oak ridges with amazing features for residents to enjoy! Spend the whole day on over four hectares of parkland with the whole family. In the summer, bring the kids and enjoy the water play area, junior and senior playground, gazebo and amphitheatre. Athletic facilities include a senior, fully lit soccer eld, three tennis courts, practice-sized basketball court and plenty of parking for easy accessibility. This park is themed to appreciate music, art, drama and dance. Come see performances at the theatre shell and amphitheatre, explore your inner artist with colourful art easels, discover play panels throughout the playground areas that showcase drama, music and art. Grovewood park is located at Grovewood Street and Dairy Avenue, just south of King Road.



Lake Wilcox


The community of Oak Ridges was formed with Lake Wilcox at its core. The lake is at the headwaters of the East Humber River and is the largest kettle lake on the Oak Ridges Moraine. There are three community-maintained recreational parks along the shores of Wilcox Lake. Jesse Venek Park, Sunset Beach Park, and North Shore Parkette, fabulous locations to host a family picnic, or enjoy the view. Residents enjoy fishing, boating, kayaking, windsurfing, water sports and even skating on Lake Wilcox, providing recreation for everyone to enjoy. There are strong community groups like Oak Ridges Friends of the Environment and the Lake Wilcox Aquatic Habitat Enhancement Project that strive to maintain Lake Wilcox and ensure that it will be enjoyed for generations to come.



History of Oak Ridges:


Oak Ridges was established in 1799 by Joseph Geneviève and a group of French who were granted land by the British. Oak Ridges was initially named Windham after the current Secretary of War for Britain, who happened to be a friend of Geneviève. In 1840, this settlement area from the King-Vaughan town line to the 15th sideroad became known as Oak Ridges. The western half of Oak Ridges was in King, with the eastern half in the township of Whitchurch. Oak Ridges was annexed into Richmond Hill in 1971 following a difficult period for the community in the 1960s which saw high unemployment, and a lack of interest from commercial developers. In the last decade, Oak Ridges has been the source of rapid growth in business, particularly along the Yonge Street corridor. This has come in the wake of the advanced efforts of Richmond Hill to stimulate development in the community, which has transformed Oak Ridges into one of the premier communities in Ontario. The photographs are of the well-known Bond Lake Hotel and stables (picture) and Drynoch, the home of Captain Martin Macleod. Bond Lake Hotel was built in 1834 featured twenty overnight rooms, as well as a grand ballroom, and provided the setting for local dances and sleigh-ride parties. Drynoch was built by Macleod in 1846 and was the headquarters of his vast 600-acre farming operation.



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