Quinte, On. real estate agent: March 2010

Waterfront Property in Frankford Ontario

183 Riverside Parkway

183 Riverside Parkway, Frankford, Ontario. Waterfront living, only $374,900.

This fantastic all-brick R-2000 1600 sq. ft. waterfront bungalow has everything. This gracious 5 bedroom, 3 bathroom home is energy efficient, functional, and conveniently located minutes from the 401. Large rooms, hardwood floors, gorgeous views, a large balcony overlooking the Trent River all combine to make this house a pleasure to show. The large 2-car garage has walk in entrances to the house and the rear balcony for extra convenience. Two fireplaces, large play areas, an additional kitchen downstairs and low energy bills all make this a must-see property.

The downstairs area would make a classic "in law" suite. A seperate kitchen, living area, fireplace, two bedrooms and large room would give your guests plenty of extra space. Walk out to a spectacular view of the Trent River on a large stretch just below the lock. Boating and fishing are just steps away from your back door.

The back yard is perfect for children of all ages. There's a large play house and a fire pit for those summer evenings. This house is only minutes away from the community park in Frankford where there are festivals and events all summer long. Make your dreams come alive at your new home in beautiful Frankford, Ontario, a family oriented community.

Call Malcolm Johnston at 613 392 6594 (or 1 800 567 0776 for those of you who don't already live in God's country) for more details.

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Comment balloon 9 commentsMalcolm Johnston • March 28 2010 05:18PM
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