Townhomes for Sale at 50 Pinnacle Dr. in Kitchener

Townhomes for Sale at 50 Pinnacle Dr. in Kitchener

50 Pinnacle Drive is a beautiful townhouse subdivision located in the Doon area of Kitchener, Ontario. It happens to be at the nexus of Doon, Pioneer Park, Pioneer Tower West, and Doon South, as well as the fringe between Kitchener and Cambridge.

Specifications

Size – The size of the homes are 1300-1500 square feet above grade, not including the basement. These two-storey townhomes were built in 2018 and with 3 bedrooms it can be ensured that there is plenty of room for families of all sizes.

Bathrooms – The number of bathrooms varies by unit but will be one and a half bathrooms or two and a half bathrooms. This can help in deciding which unit to buy – according to the number of residents.

Basement – The basement is a flexible additional space, suitable for dens, general living spaces, recreational spaces, or even an additional bedroom.

Garage – Of course, each unit comes with a 1 car garage and a driveway, making it suitable for up to two vehicles.

What’s For Sale

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      Doon Area

      The three main advantages of this subdivision are its proximity to schools, natural areas, and its incredibly strategic position when it comes to getting around town.

      These homes are also hot targets for investors with their short distance from Conestoga College and other public schools, the Sportsworld Strip, and easy access to the Fountain Street manufacturing sector. As an added bonus, because of their proximity to Conestoga College, they would serve excellently as a rentable space to students looking for housing, or for a family with a student enrolled at the college.

      The beauty of the neighbourhood itself speaks for itself, but it is further enhanced by the abundance of natural areas and various landmarks of both leisure and business. The city of Cambridge, which is nearby, has a lot of benefits to offer, both for living and investing, not just in the functions of urban integration.

      In terms of cultural landmarks, there is the Homer Watson House Art Gallery, Ken Seiling Waterloo Region Museum, Doon Heritage Village, and the Blair Sheave Tower; All of which hold unique historical and cultural significance in the area and are excellent sight-seeing sites suitable for out-of-town visitors without having to plan a road trip with gas expenses or a high admission price.

      Homer Watson House Art Gallery – Homer Watson was a landscape painter from Doon where his house still stands to this day. It is now a museum commemorating his life and exhibiting art from local artists that truly capture the essence of Canada for what it is – one of Homer’s many legacies. They also host frequent workshops with local artists in all the various mediums that surround art, providing a great place to take the family or to pick up a new skill or two.

      Ken Seiling Waterloo Region Museum – This Museum is named in the honour of Waterloo’s Region’s longest-serving chair. It serves as the entrance to the Doon Heritage Village and is the largest community museum in Ontario. It’s home to a most detailed look at the history of Kitchener-Waterloo.

      Doon Heritage Village – As one of the main attractions of the Waterloo Region Museum, the Doon Heritage Village provides a living history educational experience. It opens annually from May 1st to December 23rd. It’s an immersive 1914 experience complete with the clothing, buildings, occupations, and animals of the era coming to life. It’s popular with school groups and curious adults alike. One admission price grants access to both the Doon Heritage Village and the Waterloo Regional Museum.

      Blair Sheave Tower – The Sheave tower provides power from the river to the Carlisle grist mill and is known in the area as a hidden gem of Kitchener Waterloo. A remnant of the bygone industrial days, it stands in peaceful rest in contrast to the beautiful greenery that surrounds it. Though the tower and the trail is open to the public, the grist mill itself is privately owned.

      In addition to these attractions the surrounding nature makes it suitable for anyone who remotely enjoys being outdoors. From simply having a picnic in the park to going on a short walk on the trails, to going on a 12-kilometer canoe trip on the Grand River, there’s something for everyone within easy reach. Some notable spots include Willow Lake Park, Homer Watson Park, Pinnacle Hill Natural Area, Schneider Greenway and Natural Area, and of course, Schneider Creek itself, which is a branch of the Grand River.

      For those who are especially interested in Golf, this area is a haven with Doon Valley Golf Course, Whistle Bear Golf Club, River Edge Golf Club, and Deer Ridge Golf Club within a short drive’s distance.

      Transportation

      For getting around town, these units couldn’t be in a better spot.

      Conestoga College – They are within walking distance to Conestoga College’s Doon Campus with the Fountain Stree Campus easily accessible.

      401 – They are close to the 401 ramp coming off of Homer Watson Boulevard, and the Homer Watson Carpool lot.

      Bus – Cambridge can be easily accessed using the GRT/ION system and is in a bee line to Galt.

      Shopping – There is easy access to premium shopping options including the Sportsworld Crossing strip.

      The only downside is that these units are not close to downtown Kitchener or Uptown Waterloo, but they are easily accessible by car, highway routes, and public transportation. Even if that is not the case, there is plenty to do around Doon.

      Conclusion

      In conclusion, the townhomes at 50 Pinnacle Drive are beautiful and spacious, suitable for buyers of various goals and lifestyles. It’s tucked away from the large roads mitigating the usual roar of cars that are typical of urban homes. With an ideal mix of urban integration and intimacy with nature this compound is very strategically placed in a blend of convenience for both work and leisure.

      It can be whatever you want it to be.

      Thank you for your readership. If you are interested in these homes or are looking into houses in South-Western Ontario, please feel free to reach out to WRX Property Group where our agents are experts of the region, client focused, and results driven.

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