This tastefully designed 3 bedroom, 2 bath bungalow is a delight to show. The main level features a bright and cozy living room with fireplace accent wall and hardwood floors. You will love to cook in this amazing kitchen - S/S appliances included. (also includes natural gas cook top) A spacious master bedroom, 2 additional bedrooms and 4pc main bath with heated floors. The lower level is full of character and charm. Family and friends will love to gather in the large Rec room with direct access to the backyard, an additional office or guest room if preferred, a modern 4pc bath with soaker tub and separate shower, a fabulous laundry room/pantry with bar fridge and utility room. Set in the heart of town on a gorgeous 66 ft x 260 ft deep lot. You will also enjoy having the Ottawa Valley Recreational Trail set nicely beyond the trees in the backyard allowing direct access to miles of year round trails for walking, cycling, snowmobiling etc. Don't miss out on this incredible home, you wont be disappointed!
** Roof shingles will be replaced by the Seller (weather permitting or can be negotiated off the listed price)
About the Ottawa Valley Recreational Trail (information from the Lanark County Tourism website):
If you’ve ever wanted to travel off-road in an award-winning region, the time is now. The opening of the Ottawa Valley Rail Trail (OVRT) in Lanark County has created a transportation corridor for pedestrians, cyclists, four-wheelers, and snowmobilers travelling from Carleton Place to Mississippi Mills, and beyond. With a multi-purpose, year-round use, the OVRT will connect three of Lanark County’s prettiest towns – Carleton Place, Almonte and Pakenham.
The OVRT has been an ambitious, multi-year project to repurpose a section of the former Canadian Pacific Railway line running from Carleton Place to Mississippi Mills, part of a larger 296-kilometre corridor between Smiths Falls and Mattawa. The railway line rehabilitation project involved partnerships between Lanark County, the County of Renfrew, and the Township of Papineau-Cameron, spanned several years.
As a transportation route, the OVRT is a one-size-fits-all trail, offering users stellar scenery and world-class views along its roughly 30-kilometre route. A safe, level, gravel-or-paved trail for cycling, walking, all-terrain vehicles and snowmobiles makes the trail desirable for all users.
The OVRT will allow users to travel between communities for day trips or longer getaways. Traveling by bike from Carleton Place to Almonte on the OVRT will take approximately 40 minutes, each way, while adventurous cyclists can choose to extend their journey to Pakenham, for an additional 45-minute ride, one-way.
Cyclists and pedestrians in particular will enjoy traveling on a trail that is separated from vehicular traffic, creating a safe and pristine natural environment for people of all ages looking for outdoor recreation and leisure opportunities. Families with young children will enjoy traveling on a route where young people can experiment with riding a bike in a safe area.
In winter, the OVRT will open options for snowmobilers to travel off-road and separated from larger vehicular traffic. Close attention has also been paid to ensure the OVRT will be accessible for everyone, including persons with disabilities.
The Lanark County OVRT will connect to the longest recreational trail in the world, the Trans Canada Trail, at its trailhead in Carleton Place. In the Ottawa Valley, the connection to the Trans Canada Trail will provide even greater access for pedestrian and cycling transportation, effectively creating a corridor running from Ottawa to Mississippi Mills where travelers never need to step foot on a roadway.
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