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Scoudouc Real Estate

$450,000
6 Beds 2 Baths M157162 MLS® #
82 Scoudouc River Rd presents a unique opportunity for families seeking a blend of country charm and modern convenience. This substantial rural property, set on a generous 3.8 acres, offers an abundance of space both inside and out, creating an idyllic family haven. The residence boasts 6 spacious bedrooms and 2 well-appointed bathrooms. The interior is complemented by a substantial wood fireplace that artfully separates the living and dining areas with a touch of rustic elegance. A wood-burning stove in the lower-level den adds warmth and character to home. Recent upgrades include a brand new roof in 2023, newly installed windows in the basement, and a sunroom addition with refreshed windows and doors from a decade prior. The potential for an in-law suite is also evident downstairs, complete with three bedrooms, kitchen area, a full bathroom, and a separate living room. Externally, the property is just as impressive, featuring meticulously landscaped grounds, mature trees providing privacy, and a secondary driveway for added convenience. The detached 2-door garage is finished with drywall and has its own electrical panel. Three additional outbuildings offer immense potential, including storage options and the possibility to create a delightful 'she shed' or a practical greenhouse. With ample parking spaces available, this property is as practical as it is charming, making it a perfect sanctuary for families who value space, privacy, and the tranquillty of rural living. (id:5764)

82 Scoudouc River Road, Scoudouc

Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Avante.

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Scoudouc, New Brunswick

Scoudouc, New Brunswick is a small community located in the southeastern part of the province. Named after the river that runs through it, Scoudouc possesses all the charm and character one would expect from a small Canadian town. Think amazing natural scenery, friendly locals and genteel traditions. All the feel-goodness in this town makes it an ideal destination for those who want to get far away from it all.

Scenic Natural Beauty

Scoudouc lies in the heart of Canada's Maritimes beauty. Even though it is small in size, it offers many amazing experiences for nature enthusiasts. Its pristine shoreline seems to go on forever, making it perfect for anyone who loves long walks by the water. Heading inland, there are rolling green hills, untamed lush woodlands and picturesque and fertile farmlands blessed with awe-inspiring pureness. They offer an incredible network of natural wonders that run through the community.

Friendly and Welcoming Community

Scoudouc is the kind of place where neighbors know each other’s name. With a tight-knit population of only around a thousand people, it allows residents to know each other on a personal level and creates a safe and friendly atmosphere. Most of the residents have knowledge of both the French and English languages, which makes for easier integration into the community. They enjoy the face-to-face conversations that help form real friendships and enrich lives for the better.

Multilingualism and Language Opportunities

Scoudouc’s bilingual community enhances the residents’ cultural experiences and expands their horizons. The linguistic diversity means they can make friends in more than one language, and get more opportunities to meet new people. Their working knowledge of both English and French also opens doors to more career opportunities compared to monolingual adults. As home to a population that can easily switch from one language to the other, there is no animosity between English and French speakers in Scoudouc.

Inexpensive Housing Market

For those seeking an affordable shelter, Scoudouc is a great place price wise. Residents get more square meterage for their money, with property prices in the area relatively lower than that from larger towns. Buyers and renters can pick and choose the number of bedrooms and bathrooms, the home style, and the neighborhood they want that suits their budget. The abundance of available land also offers the possibility of building custom homes without breaking the bank. Beyond housing costs, living expenses generally tend to be cheaper in Scoudouc too.

Stable Local Economy

Scoudouc 's three major economic enterprises are manufacturing, agriculture, and tourism. The town's strategic location, with easy access to major transportation routes, attracts various industries that fosters economic growth in the area. The Scoudouc Industrial Park is home to more than a dozen businesses from production facilities to manufacturing plants. There are also employment opportunities in the nearby city of Moncton which is the economic center of the province.

Rich Cultural Heritage

Established in the early 19th century by Acadian settlers, Scoudouc embraces its roots through traditions and monuments that they take great pride in. Everyone is invited to come to the Château Scoudouc from October to May, to walk through the maple grove, discover the maple production process, and enjoy the maple goodies and taffy. The L’Église de Saint-Jacques or the Church of St. James, meanwhile, was built in 1907 in the Georgian Revival style characterized by a symmetrical façade and classical detailing.

Enjoyable Community Gatherings

Scoudouc hosts community events in all shapes and sizes to bring people together. The Sugar Shack Dinner at Château Scoudouc offers a unique outdoor dining experience in the snow, complete with a four-course, maple-centered meal, delicious local wines and live music. In summer, Scoudouc is a favorite venue for Vanclub's Gathering of the Vans featuring classic rides, countryside cruises, fun games, and live entertainment.

Assorted Outdoor Recreation

Scoudouc likes to keep people moving at any time of the year. When temps are warming up, the well-groomed trails branch off into deciduous forests that demand exploring on foot or on bikes. They offer amazing views of the river while one hikes, runs or mountain bikes for recreation. The Scoudouc River, itself, is good for paddle boarding, kayaking and canoeing while watching for wildlife. When the mercury dips, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing become the adrenaline-inducing adventures of choice for residents.