Welcome to this one of a kind 127-acre estate nestled in the charming community of Kemptville, where a thousand-foot driveway winds its way through lush greenery, leading you to a realm of privacy, tranquility & absolute serenity. This remarkable property offers a truly unique experience, unmatched by any other property in the area w/ walking trails, creeks, log cabin & more. W/ its vast expanse & diverse features, every inch of this land holds unlimited potential & boundless opportunities for all your outdoor desires. The striking 3 bed home with full radiant heating presents a meticulously designed layout w/ breathtaking views from every room creating a warm & inviting atmosphere. The basement features a large rec-room, home office & w/ ample storage and a walk-out to a gorgeous 3-szn sunroom to soak in the views. Whether you seek adventure or tranquility, this country oasis promises an unrivalled living experience!
This piece of paradise has seen very few owners since first settled. The attention and love given and received back is evident when one explores the trails through heritage forests, along the “Apple hill” trail lined by the stone wall, built by the original farmer.
Discover all the wild apple and Lilac trees, wild rhubarb, and many berries on the property. The ample trees reflect the heritage aspects of a eastern Ontario forest and include all your standard varieties of maple, oak, black cherry, butternut hickory, and so much more. From every window one will see trees dating hundreds of years old.
The pastures have been free of pesticides or fertilizers since 1996. Some forest trails were made by previous farmers to access the 1,500 maple trees once tapped and one can see the remains of the old sugar shack or the still standing horse stall used by the previous farmer to collect the sap.
Along the winding laneway to the home is a small pond-like indent that fills up in the spring and is a short home for some wood ducks, and makes a picture perfect skating rink in the winter time for families to enjoy.
A shallow spring feed creek runs down the approximate centre of the valley, as well a second larger creek that borders the north west section of the property. A small man made pond dug when the home was built is lined with bulrushes and no matter how dry a summer, has never come close to drying up as it is fed by clean underground water sources.
The Cedar log structure made by current owners was made from the eastern white Cedar harvested on the property after the 1998 ice storm and was once used as a sugar shack. The maple syrup boiler has been removed and is now used to store firewood and currently hold approximately over 20 cords of drying hardwoods.
This property is like being at a luxury cottage seven days a week!