Restored 1915 Heritage Home on 12 Acres Asks $1.84M in Alberta, Canada

Lisa Amos, Caydence Photography

Lisa Amons, Caydence Photography

Restored 1915 Heritage Home on 12 Acres Asks $1.84M in Alberta, Canada

$1,849,000 CAD | Built 1915 | 5,464 Sq. Ft. | 8 Beds | 7 Baths | 12.04 Acres
230026 Range Road 255, Rural Wheatland County, Alberta T1P1K9
Showcasing a thoughtfully restored 1915 historic home as well as a newly built guest house, this 12-acre property is on the market for $1.84 million CAD in Rural Wheatland County, Alberta, Canada. Listing details: Nestled on 12 private acres, this 1915 Historical Heritage Home has been extensively and thoughtfully restored back to its original charm. Enjoy the character of the original home, the functionality of the newly built guest house (2016), the atrium, and the many improved building materials and systems. From the moment you enter this spectacular home, you will feel like you’ve stepped back in time. The main floor offers a traditional living room, highlighted by an original stone-faced wood-burning fireplace, antique stained glass bookshelves, and elegant light fixtures. The spacious dining room flows seamlessly into an upgraded farm-style kitchen which offers tons of cabinet space, granite countertops, high-end appliances, a coffee bar, and a custom refurbished breakfast table. Completing the main floor is an incredible study/den, 3 piece bath, mudroom, and access to the oversized triple garage.

The second floor includes a large primary retreat, with a built-in closet, wrap-around balcony, 2 spacious bedrooms, and a classic 4 piece bathroom. The charming top floor offers 2 additional bedrooms, each with vaulted ceilings – perfect space for kid’s rooms, offices, or play areas. The basement is developed as an “English Style Pub” and features a bar, coffee station, huge family room with polished concrete flooring, 3 piece bath (custom copper soaker tub), and a full wine cellar. The self contained guest house was built in 2016 and offers a more contemporary feel. Approximately 1,500 SQ FT of well-appointed space delivers one of the most luxurious guesthouses on the market. The main floor of this space offers a gourmet kitchen, spacious living room, half bath, office/den, and laundry. Upstairs, you have a large primary suite with a 4 piece ensuite, 2 additional bedrooms, and a 4 piece bath.
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The heated oversized triple attached garage is a perfect place to store all your vehicles, power tools, and sports equipment. Above the garage is the Atrium – this multi-use space is currently being used as a fitness area and features a swim spa, large shower, and access to your rooftop patio. Completing this amazing property is a barn, workshop, detached garage (currently used as a music studio), multiple outbuildings, and several communal outdoor spaces (3 decks/porches, wrap-around balcony, rooftop balcony, fire pit area with 5 RV plugs, and a wood-burning pizza oven!). This home has been featured at the Glenbow Museum, and we would be honored to share its history with you. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own one of the most unique properties in Canada. Be sure to check out our features list, detailed virtual tour/floor plans, and our lifestyle video on YouTube. This property must be seen to truly appreciate all it has to offer! This historic property is on the market for $1.84 million CAD with Jeffrey LeBlanc & Evan Robinson of Tower Real Estate – Century 21 Bamber Realty. Photography by Lisa Amos of Caydence Photography.
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