Countryside Durability Set For Sustainability

277 Darlings Island Road, Darlings Island

Down a long driveway that passes by deep spring fed ponds, sloping acreage and wild gardens you arrive at the gates of this countryside waterfront home ready to be run by solar and wind power. Flexible energy options offer a self-sustainable lifestyle that could provide a homegrown energy source for farmland or livestock. Positioned high, overlooking the Kennebecasis River; this property’s uniqueness has red western cedar siding with red trimmed windows matched on the carriage guest house of a garage. Inside the main home are Marvin patio doors, high ceilings, solid wood trim, pine floors, 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and a finished walk-out basement. The custom kitchen has jewel tone green cabinetry, inset doors, undermount lighting, stone & butcherblock countertops, centered by an arched window highlighting lush landscape. The master bedroom has a solid-as-a-rock ensuite bathroom with a natural stone double-vanity, tiled shower and soaker tub. All of the carpentry work at this home is top-notch both in craftsmanship and materials with durability at the center. The carriage style garage with 3 wood doors, epoxy floors, upstairs guest house topped by a theatre room, kitchen and in-floor heat. Efficiency and contingency here as there is a robust stationary generator capable of running the property for several weeks during a power outage. With rugged landscape, wildflowers lining pathways and acreage to do it all, running a horse farm homestead has a qualified property in this one.

$975,000

NB049430

MLS LISTING ID

3,000

SQUARE FOOTAGE

4

NUMBER OF BEDROOMS

5

NUMBER OF FULL BATHROOMS

2

Garage Spaces

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Down a long driveway that passes by deep spring fed ponds, sloping acreage and wild gardens you arrive at the gates of this countryside waterfront home ready to be run by solar and wind power. Flexible energy options offer a self-sustainable lifestyle that could provide a homegrown energy source for farmland or livestock. Positioned high, overlooking the Kennebecasis River; this property’s uniqueness has red western cedar siding with red trimmed windows matched on the carriage guest house of a garage. Inside the main home are Marvin patio doors, high ceilings, solid wood trim, pine floors, 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and a finished walk-out basement. The custom kitchen has jewel tone green cabinetry, inset doors, undermount lighting, stone & butcherblock countertops, centered by an arched window highlighting lush landscape. The master bedroom has a solid-as-a-rock ensuite bathroom with a natural stone double-vanity, tiled shower and soaker tub. All of the carpentry work at this home is top-notch both in craftsmanship and materials with durability at the center. The carriage style garage with 3 wood doors, epoxy floors, upstairs guest house topped by a theatre room, kitchen and in-floor heat. Efficiency and contingency here as there is a robust stationary generator capable of running the property for several weeks during a power outage. With rugged landscape, wildflowers lining pathways and acreage to do it all, running a horse farm homestead has a qualified property in this one.