Have you ever imagined leaving all the city noise behind and moving to a private and quiet country home? If you have, this French country farmhouse, located in Erin, Ontario might be just what you needed to start dreaming…
Cross over the babbling brook via the turquoise wooden bridge and you will enter a 50 acre estate of incredible serenity. In front of you sits an original 1840 stone French farmhouse which thanks to a thoughtful addition tripled the residence in size. Old and new blend perfectly to create an atmosphere of comfortable country elegance and practical living. A great room with a 20 ft. ceiling is the perfect place for casual family living or formal entertaining.
When it comes to the exterior, stone ruins of the former barn create a postcard backdrop for the sublime resort pool complex.
But why just dream? If you’re ready, you can start packing, after all, this enchanting French country farmhouse is for sale and the asking price is $3,695,000. Enjoy your house tour!
A turquoise bridge? Yes, please! Isn’t this property enchanting? I fell in love with the moment I saw this bridge and the private driveway.
Mature landscaping adds extra privacy to this country home.
Blue Front Door
A gray blue front door complements the stone and shingle exterior.
Location, Location, Location!
Unparalleled in quality and style, this James Pearson-designed century stone home is set in picturesque Erin, Ontario.
House & Land
The home offers 6,315 square foot and undoubtedly, you have plenty of privacy with 50 acres of land.
Dream French Country Home
This quiet 4 bedroom, 5 bathroom estate is set back from the country road offering privacy and serenity.
French Country Kitchen
The kitchen is all about charm and family time. I love the large island and the whitewashed oak cabinets.
Although set in a traditional French country home, this kitchen mixes traditional details with transitional elements, such as lighting.
Also, notice the kitchen cabinet layout and the hood nook with open shelves.
A French limestone hood is the focal point in this kitchen.
The kitchen opens to a stunning great room. I am loving the plank hardwood floors and the reclaimed barn wood ceiling.
This large great room addition blends seamlessly with the mix of imported stone and handsome wood paneling and beams of the home’s original wing.
French Living Room Fireplace
The living room features a limestone fireplace and neutral decor.
How great would it be to spend some time by the fireplace in a chilly evening…
A hallway with bookcases on both sides add some extra storage space to this gorgeous home.
The architect made sure to leave the stone exposed to honor the older part of the home.
This hallway leads to a cozy study with oak paneled walls.
The master bedroom is stunning! I love the ceiling, the comfy decor and the custom cabinet. French doors open to the garden.
Marble basketweave mosaic tile floors and off-white cabinets set a neutral and timeless feel to this bathroom.
This large sunroom features cathedral ceiling, stone fireplace, large limestone tile floors and a stunning antler chandelier.
Gated Pool Area
The pool area is gated and surrounded by stone walls.
Pretty & Private
Stone ruins of the former barn surrounds the pool complex. Isn’t this one of the most beautiful pool houses you’ve ever seen?
The pool pavilion features wicker dining chairs aligned by a French dining table and stone flooring.
A pergola, made of reclaimed wood beams, offer a great view of the pool.
A tennis court, in-ground pool with stately pool house, and a private pond are the finishing touches on this beautiful estate.
This property offers park-like grounds.
Storybook French country home… isn’t this place perfect?
This place is all about living in a more stress-free environment, breathe fresh air, slow down and get in touch with your true self.
When was it the last time you slowed down? Pay attention not only to your physical needs, but also to your mind and your spirit needs… get in touch with nature, go for quiet walks and listen to your own thoughts more often.
It’s so good to have you here! Did you have a good weekend? I really hope you did and have an even better week!
Everything is going fine around here. The kids are busy with their activities, we had a really fun and funny Halloween and I’m finally taking a break from any interior design projects so I can focus only on getting things ready for Thanksgiving and Christmas. I love this time of the year, where you can start to relax and start planning on focusing on what’s the most important to me, which is my family. Thanksgiving and Christmas is always a special time to focus on the people we love and on how they fulfill our lives.
Enjoy your week, my friends! May you feel Blessed and Loved.
We’ll chat again tomorrow.
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
Sources: Sotheby’s Homes Canada.
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