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8 New Street Newboro

Listed at $579,900

Welcome to 8 New Street in the lovely historic village of Newboro! Built in 1999, this custom-built energy efficient slab on grade bungalow is approximately 1,783 +/- sq. ft. (as per floor plans-interior measurements) bringing together modern convenience and an easy relaxed lifestyle.

This 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom home is carpet free with child and pet friendly ceramic floors and efficient radiant in-floor heating to keep you warm in the winter and ductless air conditioning to cool you in summer.

Entertain in style in the formal dining room, and the stunning great room with its vaulted beamed ceiling, wet bar and custom floor to ceiling river stone fireplace will be the hub of the home. The eat-in kitchen is warm and inviting with ample cabinetry, a workstation, and a breakfast room that walks out to the beautiful back yard with its huge deck, a vine covered arbor and not 1 but 2 gazebos!

The private primary bedroom is bright and airy with its vaulted ceiling, and has a large walk-in closet, a stunning ensuite with a clawfoot tub and a large walk-in shower. Garden doors open to a private corner of the deck for relaxing after a busy day.  The second bedroom is well proportioned with a private walk out and shares the 3-pc family bathroom. Off the front foyer is a den/office with beautiful large windows and could double as an extra bedroom.

The oversized garage has plenty room for storage along with inside access. The metal roof installed in 2014 comes with a 40-year warranty.

Beautifully landscaped with plenty of space for a larger garden, pool or whatever your heart desires, this is the perfect balance of a laid-back village lifestyle along with modern convenience.

Fun fact - Newboro is located on the Rideau Canal system (A UNESCO World Heritage Site) - Lock #36 - and has 1 of 4 Blockhouses that were built to protect the canal against American attack. It is a two-storey building built of 0.9 m (3 foot) thick stone walls on the ground floor, with a frame upper storey. The ground floor was intended for the storage of arms and ammunition, while the upper floor was intended as the residence for the lockmaster and a barracks if troops were stationed there.

Additional information on Newboro Lock 36 is available at A History of the Rideau Lock stations:

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