Elegant Estate, Occupying the Sunshine Valley 20 Acre, located 15 km West of Merritt

3425 D’Easum Road, Merritt, British Columbia V1K 1N8

Price $1,735,000
Beds 4
Baths 5 (full)
Agent Linda Marks

With four spacious bedrooms, 5 baths, this approx. 6000 sq. ft. immaculately cared for executive home has everything the discerning buyer would desire.

A boulevard driveway leads you to the welcoming front porch. Double wooden doors lead you into the stunning entryway.  An open formal living and dining concept, along with a gourmet kitchen, islands & a breakfast bar. An open flowy eating with great views over the mountain hill line.

The family room features solid hardwood Brazilian Cherry, slate inlays, large marble tiles and wool carpeting flooring.  

Your feet will be kept toasty warm with underfloor hydronic heating. High-efficiency wood fireplaces that will send ducted heat to the sumptuous master suite just with the flip of a switch. Endless on-demand hot water, walk-in closets in all the bedrooms, and so much more!

The master suite and guest rooms are located on the main level. The windows are overlooking the beautiful Mountain Range and private back yard. An additional guest bedroom and 2 bathrooms located downstairs, as well as utility rooms, media room and family room. Radiant in-floor heating on the main level, A/C, hot water on demand and plenty of power (200 amp for the house and 200 amp for the garage. 

A spacious heated three-car garage provides plenty of room for vehicles and toys. Many extensive updates have been continually made since the beginning of the year 2020.

All of this is within the exclusive Spius Estates. A neighbourhood of mixed Hobby Farm Acreages, just west of Merritt on Hwy 8, fifteen minutes from town with shopping & restaurants, health care, hospital, and much more!

This is a stunning estate situated on 20 + acres in a highly prestigious area of the Thompson Okanagan of British Columbia. The executive home was designed by Winton Homes.

The property backs onto crown land and to the right and left are only one neighbour each. The cul-de-sac location guarantees quiet enjoyment.

The 20 + acres offer some Hobby Ranch probabilities like Horses, a few cattle, sheep, chicken or whatever you & your family dream about.

It offers an excellent opportunity for the modern high-end buyer to raise a family and work from home. The property could also be a successful Airbnb. There are several possibilities.

 PROPERTY FEATURES:

 LUXURY HOME FOR SALE West of Merritt

CUSTOM HOME ON 20+ ACRES

 OUTSTANDING VIEWS, 

APPROXIMATE +/- 6000 SQUARE FEET OF ELEGANCE, 

COMFORT AND LUXURY MEET HERE

VERY PRIVATE SETTING,

CUSTOM BUILD HOME

MARVELOUS GOURMET KITCHEN

SOLID BRAZILAN HARTWOOD FLOORING,

MARBLE TILES

IN-FLOOR HEATING

HOT WATER ON DEMAND

HIGH-EFFICIENCY FIREPLACES

HIGH-EFFICIENCY WINDOWS,

FOUR BEDROOMS

FIVE BATHROOMS

OFFICE

FAMILY ROOMS

HOME THEATER, 

GAME ROOM, 

OPEN CONCEPT LIVING

THREE CAR GARAGE,

SUNDECKS

EASY TO MAINTAIN YARD

RV PARKING AVAILABLE

EXTRA STORAGE BUILDING

CLOSE TO SHOPPING, MEDICAL & SCHOOLS,

 

SERVICES to Property 

Power, Phone, cell phone, drilled well, septic

Water

Drilled Well

TAXES

$ 4500 in 2020

ZONING

RL-1

PID

026-381 583

AREA DATA

Merritt is a city in the Nicola Valley of the south-central Interior of British Columbia, Canada. It is 270 km (170 mi) northeast of Vancouver. Situated at the Nicola and Coldwater rivers' confluence, it is the first significant community encountered after travelling along with Phase One of the Coquihalla Highway and acts as the gateway to all other major highways to the B.C. Interior. The city developed in 1893 when part of the ranches owned by William Voght, Jesus Garcia, and John Charters was surveyed for a townsite.[3]

Once known as Forksdale, the community adopted its current name in 1906 in honour of mining engineer and railway promoter William Hamilton Merritt III.[4] The 24-square-kilometre (9.3 sq mi) city limits consist of the community, several civic parks, historical sites, an aquatic centre, a local arena, a public library (which is a branch of the Thompson-Nicola Regional District Library System) and a civic centre. Merritt has dozens of bronzed handprints of country music stars who have been in the city for the annual Merritt Mountain Music Festival displayed throughout town. Merritt is also home to a local radio station, a weekly newspaper and the Nicola Valley Institute of Technology campus. Nearby, there are four provincial parks, numerous lakes, and several recreational trails. Merritt is known as the "Country Music Capital of Canada" for its wealth of country music attractions, activities, and events.

Highway 5, and Highway 97C intersect at Merritt with Highway 97C East connecting the city to Kelowna and Penticton, Highway 97C Northwest to Logan LakeHighway 8 to Spences Bridge and LillooetHighway 5A South to Princeton, Highway 5A North to Kamloops, Highway 5 South to Hope, and Highway 5 North to Kamloops. Merritt's economy is dominated by the primary industries of forestry, tourism, and service.

History of Merritt

Known initially as Forksdale, Merritt's history dates back to the 1880s when three local ranchers formed a community at the junction of the Nicola and Coldwater Rivers. In 1885 coal was discovered, bringing more people and industry to the area and eventually drawing the railway into town. Today, Merritt is still rich with a history of ranching, mining, and forestry; experience a memorable western retreat.

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RECREATION Features

Experience Merritt adventures and activities while staying in one of our quality Nicola Valley accommodations! Merritt is nestled in the centre of the Nicola Valley where the Nicola and Coldwater rivers meet. The Nicola Valley is decorated with hundreds of wilderness lakes, rolling grassland fields, hills, trails, backcountry roads and ranchlands. This is cowboy country—home to cowboy hats, western boots, country music and backcountry adventures.

Experience Merritt Summer Things To Do 

Plan a visit and Experience Merritt though our hundreds of lakes in the backcountry of Merritt, BC. Some Nicola Valley lakes are easy access, some require an off road vehicle. Many of the lakes attract adventures like fishingcanoeingkayakingmountain bikinghiking, birdwatching, off roading, camping, horseback riding, wind surfing, boating, water skiing and swimming during the summer months. Some of the lakes, the more popular ones, include drive-in wilderness campsites and horse riding baddocks. 

Experience Merritt Winter Things To Do 

Come and Experience Merritt in the winter and enjoy cross country skiing, snowmobiling, ice fishing and snowshoeing. Trails in the Helmer Lake area north of Merritt are designated for snowmobiling while cross country skiers like the Kane Valley XC ski trails south of town. The neighbouring Coquihalla Highway which intersects with Merritt is a top snowmobile destination in the province making Merritt BC an ideal base camp for those backcountry snowmobiling adventures.

Experience Parks and Trails throughout the Nicola Valley 

Some of the more popular Merritt parks and trails to Experience include Central ParkHelmer Lake ParkLily LakeLundbom LakeMarquart LakeGwen Lake and Nicola Lake. Nicola, Marquart and Lundbom Lakes are the easy-access lakes in the region ideal for fishing, camping and mountain biking. The other Merritt parks and trails and places of interest are hidden in the backcountry regions of the valley accessed by gravel roads. 

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