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Richard K.C. Ling, Broker

Harvey Kalles Real Estate Limited, Brokerage

EquestrianCenturyHomeBurlingtonNorth

4050 Appleby Line

 

   Walton House, Circa 1800's

 

 

Just Imagine

 

This.... In 28 Minutes from TO's Financial District

 

Yes, that's Mount Nemo in the Background!

 

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Horse Lovers' Paradise

Deep Setback from the Road on a Slow Rise

behind mature trees

White Picket Fence Running through the Property

A Historical Century Home, Centre Hall, c1850's in 25 Acres

An Extension for more contemporary requirements

Living Space totalling approximately 5,600 sq.ft.

plus

A Pond, Paddocks, Post and Beam Barn (40'x70') with Box Stalls

and a Heated Workshop (30'x50')

Nestled in a newer Community of Estate Homes

 

 

An Exceptional Value and A Rare Find Indeed!

 

Canadian $1,280,000.00 / ~ U.S. $854,000.00

 

 

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Looking Out to the Road and Neighbour's House

Barn

Workshop

 

 

Richard's Notes

 

With probably the largest portfolio of Country Properties in Ontario, in addition to many others that I have inspected for Buyers, I find this unique in several ways. (i) Prime Location.  The trend is moving out-of-the-core, whether it's a secondary weekend home or weekend home morphing into retirement home with a 5 to 10 year time line.  Of course, there are the brave souls who have only the one home commuting from Northumberland (witness the price appreciation in that area with an accelerated appreciation higher than the Toronto Real Estate Board) taking the hour-long commute by train or by car.  I know someone who purchased his principal residence in St. Mary's - 2 plus hours drive, who works in the TD Towers.  With only a fraction of the commute time - an "against traffic" 28 minutes from the nation's financial centre (King & Bay - my apologies to non-Ontarians, but a spade is a spade) via QEW, and a stone's throw away from HWY 407, the prospective owner will be the envy of his/her peers. The added bonus is that I expect a short window for a straight-line appreciation in value as well.  (ii) The Value of a Century Home.  There is something about walking into this genre of homes that teleports one to the Century past - nothing more relaxing after a long hectic day in the city.  With ever decreasing supplies, well, need I say more about the affect on rising value? (Can you tell that I am a trained Economist with a Banking background?)   Again, drawing parallels to the homes in Northumberland County, while there is resistance for premium prices for newer homes, renovated Century Homes just "fly off the shelves" with premium prices.  The demand is for historical homes.  (iii) Premium Acreage.  With the proximity to so many amenities, I see this cluster of Estate Homes really as a "typical residential neighbourhood" with a country flavour.  The added bonus here is that you get to keep your horses on site!

 

 

  Dimensions

 

Ground Floor

Century Home Portion

Centre Hall Plan  10' Ceiling   Original Wide Plank (~6") Pine Floors

Centre Hall
7' 5" x 16' 10"
Pine Floor

Access to Dining and Living Rooms

Stairway to Second Floor

Access to Kitchen

Dining Room

14' 8" x 15' 3"

Pine Floor

Floor-to-Ceiling Framed Windows

Living Room

 

15' 4" x 16' 3"

Pine Floor

Floor-to-Ceiling Framed Windows

Kitchen

17'23' x 17' 7"

Pine Floors

Floor-to-ceiling Stone Fireplace (Woodburning)

4 Large Windows

Centre Island

Built-in Cabinets with Porcelain Knobs

Built-In Appliances

    Double Stainless Steel Sink

    Kenmore Refrigerator with bottom freezer

    Jenn Air Stove

    GE Space Maker Microwave

    Dishwasher

Built-in Cabinets with Porcelain Knobs

Wood Wainscoting

Laundry Room

8' x 8' 8"

Door to outside

High Grade Patterned Linoleum Floor

Bath Room

5' 10' x 8' 8"

High Grade Patterned Linoleum Floors

Wall-to-Wall Closets

Large Windows

2 piece

Extension Portion (10'8" Ceiling)
Family Room

28' 9" x 25' 10"

Pine Floors

Wall-to-Wall Windows - Opens out to Patio

Side Entrance:  Opens out to Locking Brick Patio

Wet Bar

Wood Paneling wood from Solomon Island

Floor-to-Ceiling Brick Fireplace

Stairway to basement

Second Floor (8' 4 Ceiling)
Century Home Portion
Landing

15' x 16' 3"

Pine Floor

Window

Hall Closet

Wall paper

Bedroom No. 1

 

 

Ensuite Bathroom

22' 8" x 11' 4"
Pine Floor

2 Picture Windows overlooking gardens

Wall-to-Wall Closet

5 Piece

Window overlooking gardens

High Grade Patterned Linoleum Floors

Bedroom No. 2 10' 4" x 11' 7"

2 Picture Windows overlooking paddock

Built-in Closet

Pine Floor

Bedroom No. 3

 

11' 8" x 11' 4"

Picture Window overlooking garden

Built-in Closet

Pine Floor

Bedroom No. 4

 

9' 6" x 7' 6"

Broadloom

Built-in Closet

Wall Paper

Thermal Window

Bathroom 11' 4" x 6' 3"

5Pcs

L - Shape

High Grade Patterned Linoleum Floors

Extension Portion

Master Bedroom

 

 

Walk-in Closet

Cedar Closet

Ensuite Bathroom

30' 7" x 22' 6"

 

 

11' 1" x 6' 9

6' 8 x 3' 2"

 

Pine Floors

Balcony Overlooking Tree/Fields/Pond

Floor-to-Ceiling Brick Fireplace

 

 

5 piece

L - Shape

Picture Window overlooking Gardens

Basement

Full

Unfinished with Concrete Floors

Dry

High Ceiling

Three Large Rooms

 

OutSide Structures

Barn (40' x 70') Heated Work Shop (30' x 50')

 

 

Basement

Mount Nemo

Work Shop

 

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