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ENJOY THE 3D VIRTUAL TOUR NOW! LIVE, WORK, PLAY in this 5 bedroom beachfront estate that brilliantly reflects the easy, laidback east coast lifestyle! Located in southern New Brunswick in the pretty town of Rothesay just outside Saint John, this neighbourhood voted for a 2nd year in row the most safest community to live in Canada! A modest home, this Dorchester sandstone exterior with arched doorway & flagstone patios was inspired by a timeless style of casual elegance. Offering a private 5 ACRE estate lot- imagine the gardens to be had), 270 ft of coveted westerly views on the Kennebecasis River affords deep water anchorage for boating; head down to Boston from your backyard! The post and beam health centre wing features Atlantis exercise equipment along with sauna, hot tub & walk out to stunning saline pool-all to help you pay attention to your health. Media/office space-1500 sq ft could be transformed for multi generational living too/meeting rooms. Main floor handcrafted mahogany library/office with fireplace exquisite-the views spectacular-share this space for home study. The 2 private schools within walking distance or a bike ride is an option to the great public schools. Swim, boat, sail (take up lessons in the neighbourhood yacht club, skate, snowshoe all from home). One of kind locations where family dogs would love this space… Watch the drone, it will take your breath away. Third floor post & beam attic boast 1958 sq ft.
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You can also jump from room to room, or even floor to floor using the thumbnails at the bottom of the viewer.