Most Expensive Home In New Brunswick Right Now

It has been a while since I’ve written about something in New Brunswick and today we’ve got the most expensive listing in the province on display. It’s an absolute stunning home right on the Kennebecasis River and it has everything you’d ever want or need in an estate.

This property is situated on a 2.18 acre site and allows for a yacht as the waters off here are deep enough. That means you can sail on down to Boston for the weekend if you want and enjoy the sights along the way. It doesn’t really get better than that.

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8 Rothesay Park Road is only a 15 minute scenic drive to Saint John, but right here life on the river is as good as it gets. This home has it all inside and out including a sandy beach right out your back door, perfect for enjoying those summer days on.

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However if the river is not your thing, you’ll be pleased to know that a deep saline pool awaits you out back next to the river. The outdoors area of the property offers that two acres of green space for you to enjoy, including many patio areas.

The home itself is 14,000 square feet of luxury living space which comes with five bedrooms and six beautiful bathrooms. Before you hit that pool though you can enjoy the health centre that comes fitted with a spa and home gym inside.

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It can be all yours now for a cool $3,800,000 CAD and it’s listed with Pam DeCourcey and her team over at RE/MAX. If you’re interested in 8 Rothesay Park Road you can call her directly via 506-333-1000 to learn more or book a viewing. So who wants to own the most expensive home in New Brunswick as it stands here in 2019?

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