Tudor Home With All The Angles & Arches

90 Fox Farm Road, Rothesay

The appearance of this Tudor type of home resonates with all who pass by. You notice the steeply pitched gable roof with overlap, embellished doorway, bay window and the arches, so many arches. A two-storey 1960’s home placed in the Rothesay pocket of Renforth. This community is situated on the south bank of the Kennebecasis River, an area populated by boaters, families and those wanting to eye especially splendid sunsets. The main level has natural wood French doors highlighting the entryway with double doors greeting the dining and living room. In the distinctive dining room is a built-in china cabinet complete with ambient backlighting. The hardwood floors are shining, the living room is sizeable with symmetrical windows topped by mullions that bookend the fireplace. The kitchen has dark gray cabinetry that bank one wall, bright windows that line this room and are placed higher-up providing light while maintaining privacy. Upstairs, there are 3 bedrooms with 1 full bathroom and a character window at the top of the stairs. The bedrooms have angled rooflines without taking away from space but adding to interest in the architecture. Outside, the lot is nice and flat bursting with green grass and brimming with colorful flowers. Mature hardwoods line the sides and back of the yard making this home pretty private. Settled in a craved-for school zone and only a 5 second drive to the commuters’ highway, this home has such nice accessibility while being collected in community.

$244,900

NB059870

MLS LISTING ID

1,130

SQUARE FOOTAGE

3

NUMBER OF BEDROOMS

1

NUMBER OF FULL BATHROOMS

2

Parking Spaces

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The appearance of this Tudor type of home resonates with all who pass by. You notice the steeply pitched gable roof with overlap, embellished doorway, bay window and the arches, so many arches. A two-storey 1960’s home placed in the Rothesay pocket of Renforth. This community is situated on the south bank of the Kennebecasis River, an area populated by boaters, families and those wanting to eye especially splendid sunsets. The main level has natural wood French doors highlighting the entryway with double doors greeting the dining and living room. In the distinctive dining room is a built-in china cabinet complete with ambient backlighting. The hardwood floors are shining, the living room is sizeable with symmetrical windows topped by mullions that bookend the fireplace. The kitchen has dark gray cabinetry that bank one wall, bright windows that line this room and are placed higher-up providing light while maintaining privacy. Upstairs, there are 3 bedrooms with 1 full bathroom and a character window at the top of the stairs. The bedrooms have angled rooflines without taking away from space but adding to interest in the architecture. Outside, the lot is nice and flat bursting with green grass and brimming with colorful flowers. Mature hardwoods line the sides and back of the yard making this home pretty private. Settled in a craved-for school zone and only a 5 second drive to the commuters’ highway, this home has such nice accessibility while being collected in community.