6466 Oldfield Rd, Central Saanich, British Columbia

$3,295,000

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5

Beds

5

Baths

6,173

Square feet

5.00

Acres

About 6466 Oldfield Rd

Remarkable and much admired 5 acre Oldfield Road farm property, with a beautifully designed and renovated substantial custom family home positioned on an idyllic, sunny, elevated hilltop with VIEWS OF MT. BAKER, THE OCEAN AND SAN JUAN ISLANDS. As you drive up the long private driveway, this property unfolds into a quiet world of wonder and charm. This exceptional property has it all - large, open pasture, woodlands, expansive vegetable and flower gardens, mature landscaping, rare and beautiful plantings, lawns, fruit trees, separate workshop, chicken coop, greenhouse, swimming pool surrounded by sun loving and shade gardens, sunny outdoor patios, and a large separate garage with guest quarters. A most remarkable, 6,100 sf home, originally custom built in 1985 and wonderfully and tastefully renovated by the current owners featuring a LEGAL, ATTACHED, SELF-CONTAINED COTTAGE, ideal for extended family living or luxurious guest accommodation. Your idyllic country life can now be fulfilled. (id:6289)

Features of 6466 Oldfield Rd

Listing # 950529
Price $3,295,000
Bedrooms 5
Bathrooms 5.00
Square Footage 6,173
Acres 5.00
Year Built 1985
Type Single Family
Sub-Type Freehold
Style Contemporary, Westcoast

Community Information

Address 6466 Oldfield Rd
Subdivision Saanichton
City Central Saanich
Province British Columbia
Postal Code V8M1X8

Amenities

Features Acreage, Central location, Level lot, Irregular lot size, Partially cleared, Other
Parking Spaces 3
View Mountain view, Ocean view, Valley view
Is Waterfront No
Has Pool No

Interior

Heating Electric, Wood, Other Baseboard heaters, Forced air, Heat Pump
Cooling Air Conditioned
Fireplace Yes
# of Fireplaces 2
Has Basement No

Additional Information

Zoning Agricultural

Listing Details

OfficeNewport Realty Ltd.

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