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3 Beds 3 Baths M154656 MLS® #
Nestled in a serene subdivision in Salisbury, this meticulously maintained residence boasts an array of features that cater to both comfort and aesthetics. The beautifully landscaped lot immediately captures attention, while the thoughtfully designed main level seamlessly marries functionality and elegance. Three spacious bedrooms provide relaxation space, including a master suite with a private ensuite for personal retreat. The updated kitchen serves as a culinary haven and connects effortlessly to the enchanting backyard. The fully finished basement is a versatile haven offering ample space for various activities. A large family room invites cozy gatherings and relaxation. A recreational room adds flexibility for hobbies or a play area. A convenient half bath and a well-appointed laundry room enhance functionality. An additional bedroom and den provide extra space for guests, a home office, or a quiet retreat. The property also boasts a 1.5 attached garage and a baby barn, providing ample storage space for vehicles and belongings. A paved driveway ensures easy access and parking, while the Generac generator enhances security and ensures power continuity. For outdoor enthusiasts, ATV trails just behind the property invite exploration of nature's beauty. Experience the epitome of suburban living in this well-maintained gem in Salisbury's sought-after subdivision. Don't miss the opportunity to make this stunning property your own. (id:5764)

45 Larsen Lane, Salisbury

Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Capital Realty.

3 Beds 2 Baths M154613 MLS® #
Elevate your lifestyle with this remarkable 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom executive home nestled in the picturesque town of Salisbury, New Brunswick. Designed to exude elegance and comfort, this residence offers a harmonious blend of sophisticated living and natural beauty, with a captivating walking trail right at your back door. From the moment you step through the front door, you'll be captivated by the impeccable design and attention to detail. The open-concept layout seamlessly connects the living, dining, and kitchen areas, creating a space that's perfect for both everyday living and entertaining. Unwind in the primary bedroom, with its very own attached en-suite along with a walk-in closet. A kitchen fit for a chef featuring a propane stove and a hook up for a barbeque. Worried about those New Brunswick winter storms ? Worry not, with a 17 kw generator and automatic transfer switch that powers almost the entire house. Nestled in the heart of Salisbury, you'll enjoy easy access to local amenities, schools, parks, and more. The town's warm community atmosphere is complemented by the convenience of urban living, making this location perfect for families and professionals alike. Whether you're seeking a peaceful retreat, a place to create cherished memories, or a combination of both, this home offers endless possibilities. Don't miss the chance to make this exceptional property your forever home. (id:5764)

41 Larsen Lane, Salisbury

Listing courtesy of Royal LePage Atlantic.

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Salisbury, New Brunswick

Salisbury is a scenic town along the banks of the Petitcodiac River in southeast New Brunswick. The charming town possesses an idyllic setting, a laid-back vibe, and a friendly community for those seeking a peaceful and carefree life. First settled by English colonists in 1774, it attracts those looking for a sense of history, a tranquil ambience, and plenty of nature activities.

Small Town Beauty

Pretty vistas of river and forests still grace the horizon, much as they did in the early days. Stunning views can be enjoyed in every direction whether exploring the woodlands, immersing in waterways, or capturing the sunsets. Living in Salisbury stirs the imagination from paddling down the gentle Petitcodiac River that flows beside the town, to soaking up the views at Canaan Bog with its acres and acres of spruce and pine forest.

Welcoming Community Spirit

Salisbury epitomizes the quintessential small-town charm of friendly neighbors and strong sense of community. The town's population of approximately 2,500 ensures a tight fellowship where residents know one another, and care for each other. Majority of them speak English so it’s easy to engage and be a part of the community. There are plenty of opportunities to promote a sense of belonging from joining a local sports team to participating in community events, or volunteering for various causes.

Affordable Cost of Living

One can get more housing for less money by living in Salisbury. Simply because real estate is cheaper by 76% in Salisbury and its surrounding areas compared to larger urban centers. Homeownership is a viable option for many residents though rentals are affordable too. The costs of goods and services, groceries and utilities are also generally lower, allowing locals to build up their finances. There’s less temptation to spend money with no expensive luxury outlets or fancy nightclubs on every corner.

Vibrant and Diversified Economy

Salisbury has a robust and inclusive economy that includes agriculture, logistics, and many small businesses that satisfy the daily needs of residents. There’s a significant amount of dairy farming and lumbering activity that continues in the area, as it has since the early 1900's. The central village area offers banking, grocery shopping, dining, and other services. The town also gets its share of tourism dollars from its natural landmarks and ethnic festivals.

Accessible Location

Salisbury's central location makes it an excellent base for exploring New Brunswick, and as a tourism gateway for Atlantic Canada. It is just a short drive from New Brunswick's largest city, Moncton, which gives Salisbury residents easy access to various modern amenities. Moreover, the Greater Moncton Roméo LeBlanc International Airport offers convenient connections to major Canadian cities, and to family and friends across the globe. The Trans-Canada Highway and the Canadian National Railway also run through the town.

Strong Educational Opportunities

Salisbury offers quality public and private schools for families with children. They provide preschool, elementary, middle and high school education while also acting as centers of social and recreational life in the community. In a small town where everybody knows about everything, it is hard to choose a wrong school in Salisbury. Its close proximity to renowned post-secondary institutions, like the University of New Brunswick and Mount Allison University, enables students to pursue higher education without having to venture too far from home.

Rich Cultural Heritage

Salisbury celebrates all things local from its history to its culture. As the center of silver-fox fur ranching in the early 1900s, there’s a larger-than-life statue at the junction of the Trans-Canada Highway and Highway 112, commemorating the industry. The town hosts various events and festivals throughout the year like the Salisbury Winterfest that features unlimited hot chocolate, maple candy and beaver tails plus the annual Swedish lantern walk, and the Sunflower Festival that displays acres of the most beautiful sunflowers one can ever see.

Various Outdoor Recreation

Salisbury is one big adventure enthusiast’s dream. It offers seemingly endless opportunities for outdoorsy fun times whether hiking, fishing, boating, or camping. Highland Park has a splash pad and natural playground for kids to enjoy, and hiking and biking trails for grown-ups to discover. The Salisbury to Hillsborough Trail is great for mountain biking and off-road driving, with less chance of encountering a crowd. The Petitcodiac River is home to many aquatic and terrestrial species which makes it ideal for recreational angling and birdwatching.