Updated: 6 days ago
Welcome to 26 Hammacher Street in the beautiful town of Baden, ON. Situated on a quiet street, surrounded by fantastic neighbours and within walking distance of schools, parks, coffee and restaurants. This home features 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a newly finished basement, open concept living and your own personal backyard paradise! This homes has something for everyone!
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Are You Ready for the Summer???
This home sure is! Swimming pools have become so highly requested and this one does not disappoint! Featuring a heated inground pool, attached gazebo for shade from the hot summer sun, and a pool house perfect for housing all your pool supplies and beverages - this backyard is an entertainers dream! Easy access to your kitchen located directly inside the sliding doors, as well as a gas BBQ hook up, you can very easily float through your summers with everything you need in your own backyard!
The pool itself is a Zodiak pool with a concrete base and has a recently serviced natural gas heater and 3/4 hp pump.
Open Concept Living Never Gets Old!
This home features a fantastic open concept floor plan that somehow provides you with well defined areas within the home, yet still feels bright, open and welcoming!
4 Large Bedrooms- All on One Floor!
This home features a needle in the haystack that so many buyers are searching for today - 4 full bedrooms, all on the same floor. Not only does this home have this sought after detail, the bedrooms exceed all expectations in regards to size.
The master suite is simply extraordinary with so much space and no detail missing. The bedroom itself is bookended perfectly by a large walk-in closet and ensuite bathroom.
2nd Floor Laundry (YES! You read that right!)
This home features one of our favourite features- 2nd floor laundry! Located right off the Master Bedroom, you will find not only the laundry room, but a laundry room with so much space and organization that you might actually enjoy doing laundry. And if not, no worries- this laundry room features a door you can simply close and forget about the mountain of clothes waiting for you!
More living Space: A Completely Finished Basement!
A recently finished basement completes this home. Consistent with the open concept on the main floor of the home, the basement also features the same airy, open feel with well defined living spaces. A full 3 piece bathroom is also found in the basement with enough space to make anyone feel right at home.
Baden: Living Here
Monthly utilities are estimated at approximately $460.00 per month and property taxes were calculated at $4,188.60 for 2020.
For those of you who do not know the town of Baden well, it is a hidden gem within Wilmot Township and Waterloo Region. Wilmot township is ranked #20 in Macleans Magazine for "Best Communities to Live in Canada". Picture this: Living just 10 minutes to Costco and the Ira Needles Boardwalk in Kitchener-Waterloo while experiencing small town country living all at the same time. The sunsets through the country fields are spectacular, the neighbours are friendly, and the events that are held by the community unite the town as one.
Baden offers so many food options all within a short walk from your doorstep. Baden is so lucky to have Baden Coffee Company, The Nook Cafe, Melina's Grill, EJ's Tavern, Tim Hortons and Subway! The variety is fantastic and will allow a quick bite to eat while leaving town, a morning walk for a coffee, or a sit down family meal! All highly recommended!
The schools are just one of many reasons why people come to Baden and stay in Baden. This home is located closely to Baden Public School and Waterloo Oxford High School
You will not be disappointed by the walking trails around the town. Wilmot Township has almost 58 km's of walk trails which leaves you with many opportunities to go for a family walk, walk the dog, or go for a run! https://www.wilmot.ca/en/things-to-do/Trails.aspx
The historical Castle Kilbride also call Baden home. The former residence of a Canadian Member of Parliament and owner of flax and linseed oil mills, the castle was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in march of 1994. Built in Baden in 1877 and named after James Livingston's birthplace in Scotland, what a fascinating town full of history.
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