From the moment you turn into Wildlife Road you know you're in a special place. Gaze to your right and you spot the majestic Custom Built Log Home with its covered Carport and Garage.
This home has been constructed with some of the largest pine logs in Eastern Ontario which were specifically chosen for this build. With over 6,000 sq ft of living space, this home offers everything you could ask for. From the huge Great Room to the lower level Games Room your eyes are rewarded with room after room of luxury living.
Upon entering the home your eyes focus on the cathedral ceiling and the expanse of the Great Room and the Bar. This room is perfect for hosting family gatherings as well as friends and business associates. Just imagine a lit Christmas Tree and snow softly falling outside.
Straight ahead is the gourmet Kitchen filled with all of the modern conveniences one could ask for.
To the right is the Living Room and Library. The Living Room looks out through oversized sliding glass doors to the open pasturelands. If you enjoy relaxing, peaceful outdoor living, open these doors to the covered Patio. The Living Room is filled with light from its many windows and southern exposure and for cold winter days, the wood burning stove gives a welcoming warm and homely ambience.
The main floor is completed with its family entrance from the Carport, Mud room, 3 piece Bathroom and the Laundry Room.
The lower level has a 23' x 23' Family room and a 38' x 28' Games room and multiple Storage Rooms.
The upper level has four large Bedrooms (1 with 4 piece ensuite and another with a 3 piece ensuite).The Master Suite is a massive sweeping (17' x 35'), high ceiling with beautiful log beam which complements the room and adds a natural touch. This room is completed with a 3 piece ensuite. The ensuite shower has twin rain shower heads and completely glass enclosed. To finish off the upper level is a 4 piece Bathroom. In total 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and a walk-in Linen Storage room are available on this living area.
The detached double car Garage with work shop is insulated and drained for year around confidence.
And with so many conveniences close to home, 8 minutes to the grocery store, golfing green or boat launch on the Lake, 45 minutes to the ski hill, and minutes from the many skidoo, and 4 wheeling trails, this is easy living at its finest!
Just 40 minutes from Kanata, 2.5 hours from Montreal and 3 hours from Toronto this unique, gem of a home is located just outside the award winning most prettiest town of Perth.
The county is located in the sub-region of Southern Ontario named Eastern Ontario. Geologically, the northern part of the county is in the Canadian Shield and the southern part is in the Great Lakes Basin. The county has two large rivers, the Mississippi and Rideau, each of which empty into the Ottawa River. The landscape is varied including Canadian Shield with gneiss, granite and marble) as well as limestone plains, with a variety of tills, sands and clays left from the melting of glaciers in the last ice age.
At the time of settlement, most of the county was covered in temperate deciduous forest; the dominant forest trees included maple, hemlock, oak and beech. Some of the higher ridges in the west of the county were likely once natural fire barrens, with a distinctive fauna and flora. The clearance of forests began with early settlement, at which time one of the important exports from the area was potash, made from the ashes of the trees burned in clearing.
The town was established as a military settlement in 1816, shortly after the War of 1812. The settlement of Lanark County began in 1815. In that year "the Settlement forming on the Rideau River" as it was officially referred to (and which soon became known as "Perth Military Settlement" began to function under Military direction. The settlement was named Perth in honour of acting Governor-General Sir Gordon Drummond, whose ancestral home was Perthshire.
The heritage downtown core of today's Perth consists of boutiques, specialty shops, cafés and restaurants, including crafts, antiques and flea markets, and summer Farmers' and Craft Markets. Most of these operate out of the century-old stone buildings in town. Code's Mill began as a tannery in the 1840's and then produced socks and felts until the mid-1900's. It was renovated in 1998 and now features a restaurant, boutique shops and wedding hall. The Perth Museum, situated downtown at the Matheson House, is a historic house constructed in 1840 and is designated as a National Historic Site of Canada.