Halton House of the Week: Elegant 3-storey Oakville townhouse with sophisticated interior finish


Published February 16, 2023 at 9:15 am

This Place: Enter through the spacious foyer that takes you into a charming seating area boasting 9-ft ceilings, porcelain floors, pot lights & countless storage space.

Price: $1,298,800

Address: 2277 Khalsa Gate in Oakville

Beds: 3

Baths: 4

Lot Dimensions: 20.17 x 76.34 ft

Taxes: $4,929.00


The open concept main living areas features breathtaking 10-ft ceilings and gorgeous hardwood floors and host a  gourmet kitchen with combined dining room that includes stunning granite countertops, beautiful patterned backsplash and built-in stainless steel appliances. There’s also ample upper and lower cabinetry space

There’s a comfy family room across the way that features finishes including a gas fireplace with modern surround, California window shutters, pot lights  and a modern chandelier.

Head up the stairs to the third level and you’ll find the primary suite with a large walk-in closet and 4-piece ensuite boasting granite countertops, his and her sinks and a freestanding shower.

Down the hall, you’ll find two more bedrooms with their own captivating design details that each have a 4-piece bath. Also on the same floor is the laundry room with stacked washer and dryer and skink.

The townhouse is located in a family oriented neighbourhood with close proximity to parks, community centres, schools, Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital and more.

All the bedrooms include Bourbon Hypoallergenic carpet. The entire house is painted in Benjamin Moore washable Aurora paint. The home also includes existing electrical light fixtures and a fireplace in the family room.

Kitchen appliances include a Kitchenaid Fridge, gas range, dishwasher, Panasonic built-in microwave and a Kitchenaid mini wine fridge. There’s also California window shutters, broadloom in the bedrooms, a runner on stairs.


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

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