Welcome to 20 Mill Pond Lane
20 Mill Pond Lane, Udora Riverfront Oasis...One Of A Kind Sprawling Bungalow!... Summer Is Coming. The Deck Beckons You Come Sit And Enjoy The Rushing Sound Of The Waterfalls and leave the crazy world behind. Features of this unique home include: Spacious Principal Rooms, Muskoka Room Overlooking River And Waterfalls, Granny Flat With Walkout, Kitchenette And 3 Pc Bath. You'll Love Entertaining Here, Especially On The 66 Foot Deck. Nature Abounds, Lots Of Perennial Gardens. Quick Closing Possible.Loads Of Potential To Add Bedrooms Downstairs.**** EXTRAS **** Include: Water Purification System, Hot Water Heater... Private Road. 1943 Sq.Ft As Per Mpac. About the Neighbourhood The predominantly rural Township of Uxbridge is situated on the wonderful, picturesque landscape, of the Oak Ridges Moraine. The rolling countryside that dominates this municipality is dotted with agriculture, livestock, and horse farms. These storybook farms are buffered by pristine woodlots, and conservation areas that combine to create an idyllic landscape. The main population centre within this township is located in downtown Uxbridge, north of Highway 47, off Toronto Street. Most of the Township’s, schools, shopping, and recreational facilities are located here. The Township of Uxbridge municipal office is located at 51 Toronto Street South. Uxbridge’s vast rural area includes the following hamlets: Coppins Corners, Goodwood, Leaskdale, Sandford, Sandy Hook, Siloam, Udora, and Zephyr. As you approach Uxbridge along Highway 47, you will come upon new commercial developments, that feature well known retailers, fast food franchises, and car dealerships. Continue north along Highway 47 and you will arrive in downtown Uxbridge. This quaint and charming shopping district proudly displays historic street signs and colourful banners. The wide sidewalks are pedestrian friendly and their are plenty of benches to stop and admire the many historical buildings, and neatly arranged storefronts, that make Uxbridge a special place to shop. There is ample free parking along this stretch. The mix of stores in downtown Uxbridge includes: furniture stores, home decor shops, flower shops, gift shops, book stores, music stores, clothing boutiques, financial institutions, convenience stores, grocery stores, cafes and restaurants. There are four trails on the Oak Ridges Moraine that can be accessed from Uxbridge. These trails support a myriad of recreational opportunities including: cycling, hiking, and cross-country skiing. Pleasure Valley located at 2499 Brock Road is a private multi-purpose recreational facility that offers cross-country skiing and horseback riding. The topography of the Oak Ridges Moraine makes for some excellent skiing and golf. Downhill skiing is available at the Lakeridge Ski Resort located in Uxbridge, on Durham Road 23. The Mill Run Golf & Country Club located on Durham Road 8, is a public facility that features two very scenic and challenging 18 hole courses. The Wooden Sticks Golf Course is sculpted into the spectacular landscape of the Oak Ridges Moraine, and is considered one of the elite golf courses in Ontario. This highly regarded course has recreated some of the world’s most famous golf holes. Wooden Sticks is located on Elgin Park Drive between Main Street and Toronto Street. The Township of Uxbridge Arena and Recreation Centre, located at 291 Brock Street West, runs youth, adult, and seniors’ leagues, as well as instructional skating. The Uxbridge Tennis Club is located at the community tennis courts behind the Uxbridge Arena and Recreation Centre. Club tournaments, house leagues, social events and a junior program are organized by this very active tennis club. Uxpool is a multi-purpose recreational facility off Brock Street, at 1 Parkside Drive. In addition to a 25 metre swimming pool this complex has two squash courts, and fitness rooms. Uxbridge has numerous rural halls and community centre’s. Programs at these centre’s include everything from ballet classes and yoga, to euchre and line dancing. The Go Transit bus station is situated in downtown Uxbridge on Toronto Street. This bus service includes stops along Highway 47, south through the hamlet of Goodwood. From Goodwood this service runs direct to Toronto. The bus ride to downtown Toronto’s Union Station takes approximately one-and-a-half hours. Commuters may prefer to drive to the Stouffville Go Train Station which is approximately 15 minutes from Uxbridge. The train ride from Stouffville into downtown Toronto takes approximately one hour. For motorists the drive into Newmarket takes roughly 20 minutes and the drive to the northeast end of Toronto takes approximately 30 minutes. Markham Transit operates bus routes that provide commuters with direct access to Toronto and GO Transit lines. The train ride to Toronto’s Union Station is approximately 20 minutes. Conveniently situated at the northeast border of Toronto, motorists enjoy quick and easy access to the new Highway 407 and to Highway 404 which provides direct links to Toronto’s 401 and 400 highways.