5 most eye-catching homes of the week in Brampton for 2023


Published January 5, 2024 at 9:57 am

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Throughout the year Insauga.com featured some spectacular Brampton properties for sale through our House of the Week features, and with 2023 coming to a close it’s time to look back at some of the most eye-catching homes that were up for sale in the city.

Here’s a list of the five most stunning Brampton Houses of the Week in 2023:

10 Stonehart Street

This six-bedroom mansion boasts tons of upgrades including a pool, home gym and theatre room north of Brampton on two acres of land.

The main kitchen connects to a formal dining room and even has a butler’s pantry area with granite counters and a large centre island that opens up to the private backyard, which has a deck and in-ground salt water pool.

21 Frobischer Drive

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Sitting on a corner lot on Frobischer Drive in Brampton, this 4+2 bedroom detached home has some high-tech amenities including CCTV security cameras, solar panels on the roof and an in-ground sprinkler system.

The home has seen a number of recent upgrades, including stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, a backyard gazebo and shed, a new garage and a two-bedroom basement suite with private laundry.

558 Conservation Drive

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With 4+1 bedrooms and more than 7,000 square feet of living space, this sprawling home looks onto the Heart Lake Conservation Park and is loaded with high-end features.

Amenities include an in-ground pool, an elevator with access to all floors, a chef’s kitchen with marble counters, and an open-concept dining and living room that opens up onto the backyard patio and gazebo.

41 Frost Street

This four-bedroom, two-storey home in Brampton’s Aspen Ridge community features over 4,400 square feet of above-ground living space as well as an unfinished basement.

The home also has a gourmet chef’s kitchen complete with stainless steel appliances and a gas range, a main floor office that could double as a bedroom, and a huge dining room and open-concept kitchen and family room.

40 Kalmia Road

This two-storey home in Brampton’s Credit Valley has 4+2 bedrooms and more than $300,000 in upgrades raging from quartz countertops, custom closets and a fully landscaped backyard.

Other features include custom upgraded light fixtures, a soundproof floor on the main floor, a custom gourmet kitchen, and a basement suite split into two one-bedroom units with separate kitchens and bathrooms that could bring in monthly rental income of $2,600 plus 40 per cent of utilities.

Thanks to Sam McDadi Real Estate Inc Brokerage for all information about the Brampton Houses of the Week.

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