Gracefully positioned above Banff on the exclusive and desirable St. Julien Road. A classic and welcoming 3,130 sq. ft. home with soaring mountain vistas; the character envelopes you with space for family and friends. Upon entering the living room you are drawn towards to the wood burning fireplace and formal dining room. The upper level is comprised of the master suite, three guest bedrooms, a study and a full bathroom all with mountain and forest views. The lower level includes a spacious gear room and extra-wide single car garage. In addition, the lower level includes a self contained suite. Perched at the base of Tunnel Mountain, the hillside position of this home creates a private mountain retreat only a few blocks from the iconic Banff Avenue and the world-renowned Banff Centre for Arts & Creativity. A world of adventure awaits when you call Banff home with skiing, hiking, biking, climbing, paddling and golf - all at your doorstep.
In 1883, three railroad workers stumbled upon some hot springs at the base of Sulphur Mountain and the rest is history. In 1885, Banff became Canada’s first national park with the charming town of Banff located in the heart of it. This mountain town of about 8,000 residents is truly world famous and a joy to call home. Residency is limited by Parks Canada “Need to Reside Claue” as one is regulated to either own a business or be working in the National Park. When one is buying a home or any real estate transaction in Banff, be it a townhouse, house, condominum, apartment, or lot in Banff, it is important to understand this clause.
With tourism as the main industry, many people commute between Banff and Canmore daily. Banff is home to the Banff Centre for the Arts, the Fairmont Banff Springs, Parks Canada, and many other hotels and restaurants.
The lifestyle that comes with living in Banff is second to none; skiing, golf, hiking, biking, and fishing all lay at your doorstep. With a nightlife that can consist of casual pints, fine dining, live music, skating on the pond, theater, or the arts there is always something happening in town. Banff is like few other places to call home