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4 Beds 2 Baths M160373 MLS® #
Spacious four bedroom house only 10 minutes outside of Moncton! This home is located right in the heart of Salisbury, within walking distance of schools, shopping, skating rinks, ball fields, swimming pools and banks. On a lot zoned Village Center (VC) with many uses including commercial ones. Main floor features functional entrances front and back, including a mud room with a coat closet at the front door and a mud room at the back door, leading into a brand new kitchen complete with granite countertops and Italian porcelain floors. The dining room contains a gorgeous buffet nook and bay-style windows. The house is wonderfully open, with the dining room, living room, hallway all being connected. Upstairs are four bedrooms and one bathroom. A perfect sized home for a bigger family. Original hardwood, bannisters, window frames, and trim, with brand new acacia wood staircase. A brand new hot tub with slab and pergola was installed recently, including a small changing area with a drip tray in the mud room. Outside, the shed was recently painted, updated, and had an extension added to it for lawn mowers. The house was also recently completely rewired and updated with a new 200 amp panel. New plumbing throughout. An RV plug was also added to the outside of the house, perfect for guests who come to visit! All new appliances in 2022. Sits on a desirable corner lot with an entrance on Smith Street. The driveway off of Main Street was removed to create a large yard for outside play. (id:5764)

3157 Main Street, Salisbury

Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Quality Real Estate Inc..

4 Beds 2 Baths M158783 MLS® #
2792 Fredericton Road is the character-filled, four bedroom, 2 bathroom, 10 acre homestead of your dreams. This 2100 square foot century home has had many modern updates, including a new roof (2021), newer windows, a newer kitchen, upgraded electrical (2016). It still retains much of the original charm, with pine plank flooring, 9 foot ceilings, crown molding, a second granny staircase, the original front door with a built in doorbell, and more. A large farmhouse kitchen is the heart of the home, where food from the 3000 feet of gardens has been prepped, canned, and cooked with love for generations. The home is heated with an outdoor wood boiler (with oil furnace back-up) that is large enough to heat all three buildings. The garage and the workshop slabs both have lines in place for future hydronic heating. The garage is 25x31, with parking or storage space on the first level, and a partially finished loft above it. The workshop is 25x36' and three stories tall with a cabinet shop on the lower level, a woodshop on the second floor, and a partially finished bright and airy third level, ready for whatever you can dream up! Following the path, a long structure built behind the workshop includes wood and lawn tractor storage, a chicken coop and run, and small animal housing. Continuing further, a wooden bridge crosses a babbling brook that runs through the property and into almost one acre of apple orchards, growing many varieties, including heritage. See feature sheet for more! (id:5764)

2792 Fredericton Road, Salisbury

Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Quality Real Estate Inc..

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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.