Welcome to 8 Harmony Drive..
This sprawling brick bungalow, located in a quiet area of town, offers the main floor living you’ve been looking for!
An inviting walkway leads to the front entrance. Once inside you are greeted with an impressive view towards the living room, hardwood floors and a fireplace centering a wall of windows. The coffered ceiling gives a dramatic effect. On your left is the full sized dining room with a vaulted ceiling. The spacious eat-in kitchen has gleaming white cupboards and ample counter space. The combination of colours from the stainless steel appliances, updated flooring and backsplash work extremely well with the dark counter tops.
The well thought out layout of the home offers a split three bedroom plan. The two guest bedrooms are on one side of the main level and the master bedroom is located on the other. The comfortable master suite features an updated spa-like ensuite bathroom. The den is a perfect place to read or work from home. The laundry room is conveniently located on the main level.
The lower level has a large recreation room with an electric fireplace, a wet bar and additional storage.
The property is meticulously landscaped with perennial gardens and mature trees. The rear yard offers a sense of true privacy. A wood deck leads to a covered gazebo. Flowering bushes, shrubs and trees offer colour throughout the season. Several recent updates truly makes this a turn key home one can simply move into and enjoy
Close to the historic Old Town but away from the tourist hustle and bustle, this home is conveniently located close to the highway, minutes to the U.S. border and a short drive to the majestic Niagara Falls.
Live the lifestyle: make the move to Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Niagara-on-the-Lake is one of Canada’s most historic and picturesque towns. Located at the tip of the Niagara Peninsula and nestled along the shores of Lake Ontario, Niagara-on-the-Lake includes Old Town, Virgil, St. Davids, Queenston and Glendale.
Established as a settlement for United Empire Loyalists in 1781, the Town was incorporated and became the first capital of Upper Canada in 1792. It was then rebuilt after the war of 1812.
Niagara-on-the-Lake is a town of many firsts: the first capital of Upper Canada; home of our nation’s oldest printing press – which published the first newspaper in Upper Canada, the Gazette; and home to the first circulating public library in Upper Canada.
Although we are a smaller community of approximately 17,500 permanent residents, we also welcome millions of visitors each year.
Each year millions of people from around the world travel here to experience our Town’s unique charm and historic sites, including Fort George and Brock’s Monument; period-restored heritage homes, top-flight golf courses, breath-taking parks and gardens, as well as over 30 wineries and countless vineyards, many of which produce our world-class ice wine.
Residents and visitors alike enjoy the town’s natural beauty, as well as our many heritage landmarks and local amenities, including some of the finest vineyards, orchards and greenhouses in Canada; the world-famous Shaw Festival Theatre; internationally-acclaimed wineries; and four-star dining and visitor accommodations.