By Angela Nolan / May 29, 2014 / Featured Properties
Country Comfort meets City Living! The location is perfect for people that enjoy nature walks and cycling.This home is located on a dead end street neighbouring popular Dundas Driving Park and Borers' Fall Conservation Area. A trip to downtown Dundas is a short bike ride or walk away. You will enjoy sitting in the backyard with its spectacular forested escarpment view. If asked the style of this family home, words such as casual, comfortable, and relaxed living all come to mind. The kitchen is central and offers views to the dining and living room. Part of the dining room has been used to create a master bedroom. The wall can be easily removed to re-create the larger dining room. The home offers 2 bedrooms on the main floor plus 2 bedrooms on the second level. There is an entrance from the driveway into the lower level that leads into a nice sized family friendly recreation room. An additional basement room can be a den, or craft room etc. The yard features a play house, shed and over-sized garage for the hobbyist. Be the lucky family tolive here next. Click below for more information on this special Dundas home.
By Angela Nolan / May 22, 2014 / Home Decor
Working from home with all its inherent distractions such as the laundry, the dishes and any other household chores can be difficult. Add young children to the mix and it can get pretty impossible.
Get creative and set up space for your children's play area and your office in the same room or within sight of the play area. Your child is less likely to react negatively to you working if you are nearby. Having well planned storage and organization can make it work more efficiently. For important files, a locked drawer is a must. Would be difficult to explain to a client and or your boss that your toddler used a very important contract document as art work paper. Obviously with young children especially crawling babies and toddlers you must be careful to keep electric cords from your computer etc. out of harm's way. Also, with any home with young children, tall and heavy shelves etc., should be anchored securely to the wall as to reduce opportunities for accidents.
For more informations and suggestions on how to make this work, check out the following link to an article by Melanie Pinola/Life Hacker: Work and Play room
*Photo from same article by Melanie Pinola/Life Hacker
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