Ottawa's Saddlebrooke Estates
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Secluded country lots available just a hop from Kanata

The Saddlebrooke Estates offer a special opportunity to live surrounded by protected park land in the Carp Hills just a short hop from the bustle of Kanata. Although more than 70% sold, around ten lots are still for sale ranging in size from 2.1 to 3.6 acres. This is a pretty unique opportunity and a bit of a hidden gem within Ottawa.

The Estates run along two very quiet roads that are already home to many large, established homes with natural gardens and well established trees. Because the lots were sold in two phases, choosing a lot here means that you won’t feel like you’re in the middle of a housing development.

Enjoy protected rural living on secluded, affordable 2 to 3.5 acre lots just minutes from Kanata

Location map for Ottawa building lots at the Saddlebrooke Estates

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In addition, you’ll enjoy:

  • the rolling hills and trees of 300 acres of protected park land that surround the Estates
  • a guarantee of a lifetime of privacy with no further development
  • being able to ski or hike right from your back door
  • rural living with the convenience of nearby city amenities

Priced from $160,000 to $200,000, the lots represent excellent value and interested buyers can discuss details with Burnford Realty, a family-run company in Ottawa which originally assembled and owns the lots.

Saddlebrooke Estates Contact

Krista Aselford of Burnford Realty
613-726-8000
krista.aselford@burnfordrealty.com
http://saddlebrooke-estates.com

6 thoughts on “Secluded country lots available just a hop from Kanata

  1. Maha Surani

    Hello, This is Maha and Paul, we are coming out to see you on Saturday. Could you please let us know where these lots are and could we chat price?

    Thanks

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    • EkoBuilt: the Evolution of the Home

      Hi Maha, I work for Paul on the EkoBuilt blog. I have shared your comment with him and he’ll be in touch directly! Thank you, Dagne

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    • EkoBuilt: the Evolution of the Home

      Thanks for your note, Sarah. Yes, I’m going to write to you directly to confirm some information for you.

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