Single-family acreage, 5 beds, 3.5 baths, built 1994, 2,409 sqft, 2 stories, attached garage, 6 storage sheds. MLS# A1257628
A beautiful setting for this family home with a spectacular view to the west of the Red Deer River. Located just a few minutes south on the C&E Trail, you’ll find this gem of a spot with 4.39 acres of space, and freedom to spread out. Head south on 32 St past the Red Deer County offices until you reach this fine family home on the west side of the road. If you’ve always desired to live in the countryside, and have an acreage, you deserve to have a look at this one and fall in love with your next home.
Located along the Red Deer River valley, the yard is visited by deer, moose, and many bird species throughout the year. Don’t be surprised if you spot a bald eagle or two soaring in the skies. During the growing season, you’ll appreciate the garden plot, raspberry patch, and covered strawberry plant garden.
The main floor has a huge kitchen with a large dining area and a great view to the west. The bright west exposure is accented by the vaulted ceiling with skylights. The family-sized kitchen has stunning opal-stained cabinets with a large island and ample storage. Entering the home through the generously sized double attached garage you will find the main floor laundry and large mudroom. The main floor also features the primary bedroom suite, which is private and off the large bright living room. The primary suite features a 5 pc ensuite with an oval tub & stand-up shower.
The upstairs features guest/kids' rooms. All the rooms are open and spacious with 3 bedrooms upstairs each with a dormer window and sharing a 5-piece bathroom.
The East portion of the acreage is fenced for horses. The yard is the ideal size for a horse or two if so desired. Yes, the county zoning allows you to have them. The west rear yard has a great sundeck onto a heated pool (solar heating equipment included). Start planning your summer nights by having a fire outside and watching the sunset over the valley. If at some point you find that the 4.39 acres are too much, subdividing aka selling off a portion is a viable option.