The Cape Cod is a classic look, and when you combine that with a maturely wooded and very private third-of-an-acre lot at the top of an exclusive court mere minutes from the 401, you’ve got one special kind of place to call home. A classically covered porch of healthy proportions extends along the front of the home, supported by rustic wooden posts. A perfect place to sit and reflect during a soft summer rainfall, coffee (or cigar) securely in hand. Family and friends are greeted immediately by the gorgeous main staircase just inside the front step, and upgraded lighting upon entry. A beautiful formal split living and dining room with warmly toned hardwoods lies off to the left, and stretches through into the premium kitchen loaded with custom cabinetry, towering Anderson windows, potlights galore, and soapstone style counters divided only by the magnificent Viking Stove. The heart of this home is flooded by natural light, and lies open to an impressive dining area which also expands out into the cottage-like rear yard. Tucked away into the rear corner of this home is the supremely comfy family room with its huge windows and natural gas fireplace. The walkout basement shares serene views of the wooded ravine, and also features a most handy joint laundry and storage space, an extra full bathroom, and a workshop which shows off the newer furnace (and AC) dating from just December 2018. Heading to the upper level, the master bedroom makes a complete stretch from the front to the back of the home, and boasts a walk in closet and ensuite privilege into the naturally lit five piece bathroom with heated floors and separate bath, shower and water closet. This stunning main bath also sits only steps away from the little ones' rooms. The more intrepid explorers among you might even clear a path through the woodland and stumble upon the ruins of an old stone gate – a relic of the Krug estate which formerly comprised the majority of this neighbourhood and the namesake of Stonegate Drive, which runs just around the corner. A little piece of Waterloo Region history in your own back yard – and a very special place to call your own.