This unique residence is for those that value a contemporary yet classic setting along with clean elegant lines and sophisticated tonality.
Fonthill is one of Niagara’s most sought after locations. This extremely well built home is located on a quiet court. The park-like, pie shaped property with large mature trees, is a true oasis. It offers a sense of privacy yet it is close to amenities. As a full time residence or somewhere to get away from it all this could be the one.
Once inside you are greeted by a stunning stone feature wall reaching upwards towards high ceilings. From here the layout flows effortlessly from area to area.
The combined sitting and dining area offers ample room to entertain.
The spacious open concept kitchen offers plenty of counter and cupboard space, a unique large island and a comfortable breakfast area. This is open to a large living room.
A spectacular sunken family room has floor to ceiling windows framing a unique fireplace and a wet bar.
There is also a den on the main level.
The open view from the second floor down to the family room is not to be missed!
The master suite, which is conveniently located away from two additional second level bedrooms, has a walk-in closet and large ensuite bathroom.
The lower level is finished with a large recreation room and a bedroom. Here too is a large office suitable for a home based business.
Opportunities abound with this exceptional home. Close to the Greater Toronto Area and U.S. border. Live, work & play.
Fonthill is an affluent community in the town of Pelham, Ontario, Canada. It has a few small industries, but is primarily a residential suburb known for its fruit orchards, nature trails, and community spirit. As a bedroom community, most residents commute to Welland, St. Catharine’s and some as far as Buffalo, Hamilton and Toronto daily for work.
Fonthill is a fifteen-minute drive south of St. Catharine’s, five minutes northwest of Welland, twenty minutes west from Niagara Falls and twenty minutes north of Port Colborne. Its main access route is Highway 20, a portion of which is also known as Canboro Road, running west to east from Hamilton to Niagara Falls. Access to the United States is through either the Peace Bridge in Fort Erie, the Rainbow Bridge in Niagara Falls, or the Lewiston-Queenston Bridge in Queenston.
Plenty of greenspace areas are located within the community. A series of public access trails, the primary system being the Steve Bauer trails which are named after a Pelham Olympian, are built into the residential planning of Fonthill. Harold Black Park, named for a former Mayor, plays host to the town's Canada Day festivities, which includes a parade down Haist Street. There is also a park named in honour of local golf legend Marlene Stewart Streit, which consists of the Isaac Riehl Memorial Skatepark, a large outdoor pool, and the John Nemy Trail. The Trail connects with the Lathrop Nature Preserve, situated at the headwaters of Twelve Mile Creek and generously donated in 1998 to the Nature Conservancy of Canada by Dr. D. Whiting and Margaret Lathrop.