Tag Archives: beautiful homes

Six Most Expensive Pieces of (Residential) Land in Moncton

Home for Sale


Thinking about purchasing a house in Moncton, New Brunswick and plan to spend a couple mil? If you’ve got the money, but haven’t considered the prospect of calling Moncton home, check out Why the City of Moncton, NB Rocks! And, if you’re planning on moving here, after purchasing one of these houses, it might not be a bad idea to have a look at 10 New Brunswick Companies that Create Jobs – you’ll need to pay that mortgage somehow!

So, without further ado, here’s a look at six of the most expensive pieces of residential land in Moncton currently on the market (listed from the least expensive to the most costly; clicking on the price will bring you to its MLS page):

1. For Sale: $1,200,000.00

This piece of property is 32 years old and is located at 124 Queensway Drive. The house is 5700 square feet and has 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and an impressive 12 acres of land.

124 Queensway Drive

2. For Sale: $1,299, 000

This gorgeous home is only 6 years old and is located at 10 Mayfair, Riverview. This place boasts a whopping 9000 square feet (seriously!), has 18 foot ceilings, and is positioned on nearly 2 acres of land. Although this home is only second on our list of the most expensive pieces of residential land in Moncton, I certainly wouldn’t complain if I was handed the keys to this place!

10 Mairfair

3. For Sale: $1,495,000

It just keeps getting better and better. This dream home is also only 6 years old and is located at 57 Rossmount Terrace. With nearly 10,000 square feet of living space – including a 2,000 square foot pool house! – this home has just as many bathrooms as it does bedrooms (6) and also includes a theatre and gym.

57 Rossmount Terrace

4. For Sale: $1,499,000

Just 4 years old, this 6400 square foot home has just a whisker under 1.5 acres of land. Located at 590 Shediac Road, you’ll find all the features you’re looking for, everything from his & hers walk-in closets in the master suite, to a to-die-for kitchen that has two islands, granite countertops, and a walk-in pantry.

590 Shediac Road

5. For Sale: $1,990,000

This 6080 square foot bungalow is 7 years old and is located at 369 Rogers Road in Berry Mills. This home has so much to offer, you definitely need to check out its MLS page for full details. To sum it up ever so slightly, it has an incredible 157 acres of land, indoor pool, 6 bay garage, surveillance cameras, driveway optics … the list just goes on and on.

369 Rogers Road

6. For Sale: $2,400,000

And finally, the most expensive residential property currently for sale in Moncton is located just a few minutes from downtown at 421 and 419 Charles Lutes Road. The reason for the double address is because in addition to the 6027 square foot home, there is also a 5000 square foot office building. This home is on 42 acres of land that includes a 2 acre man-made lake. Check out the MLS page for all the details.

421 and 419 Charles Lutes Road

Which is your favourite?

Which of these properties do you like the most, and why? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below!

What Makes A House A Beautiful Home

There are many different things which make a home beautiful. Some are very contemporary while others are ancient. Some are very urban while others are rustic. And some are very spacious while others are more cottage like.

Beautiful homes have certain things in common. Exquisite materials. Attention to the small details. Thoughtful planning. Beautiful surroundings. These are all things that you must consider when planning a remodel or new construction of a home.

Exquisite Materials. This home is beautiful because of the elegant textiles in the draperies, furniture and floor coverings. The floors are of exceptional wood and the skill with which they were laid. The setting of the room makes it very warm and inviting as well.

Attention to small details. This home is beautiful in a rustic sense. The eclectic sense of the room is carefully orchestrated so that it is comfortable without crossing the line into cheap. The red dress in the art work at the rear of the room is the perfect offset to the room’s soft colors of blues, creams and whites.

Thoughtful planning. When contemporary meets classic , the outcome is beautiful in this home. The blend of the retro floors and the radiator unit with contemporary artwork, wall finishings and furniture is tied together with the ageless and timeless colors of black and white. The use of geometric shapes also blends the old with new.

Beautiful surroundings. The design of this home makes it seem as one with the water. From the outside, the materials and colors blend in, while the expansive wall of windows makes the exterior of the house the most important design element.

Whether the home is an expansive chateau or a townhouse in the suburb, pay attention to these elements of detail and your home will be beautiful, too.

What makes your home beautiful?

Show Buttons
Share On Facebook
Share On Twitter
Share On Google Plus
Share On Linkdin
Share On Pinterest
Hide Buttons