Pool Your Funds: This Canadian Home Comes with a 2,000-Bottle Wine Cellar

published Feb 15, 2019
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It’s not just the promise of Tim Hortons coffee and milk in a bag that could bring us north of the border. This sprawling Canadian estate could easily do the trick, too!

Tucked inside the exclusive gated community of Stonepine, this 4,135-square-foot home is a contemporary Canadian beauty… and it could be yours, if you’re willing to bring your bidding A-game: The property will be auctioned off by Concierge Auctions starting February 26. Seeing as it was previously listed at $2.495 million CAD, we’re guessing it won’t have much trouble selling this time around.

Built in 2005, the five-bed, four-bath estate underwent $700,000 CAD worth of renovations just last year. Filled with light, the great room features an oversized fireplace and double-height windows that show off the stunning views of the Calgary countryside. A sprawling master suite, complete with a spa-like master bath, is also on the main level. As is the bright, white kitchen with a large marble center island surrounded by state-of-the-art appliances. (Don’t miss the wine refrigerator tucked under the island, comfortable bar seating, or stainless steel Sub-Zero fridge.) An elegant formal dining room is the perfect spot to host guests, as are the various other entertaining spaces around the home. They include a home theater that’s perfect for cozy movie nights, a spacious game room, a gym/yoga room with full-size mirrored walls, and the pièce de résistance: An elegant wine cellar that holds over 2,000 bottles. Yes, 2,000! Even if you drank a bottle a night, you wouldn’t have to go to the wine store for over five years.

The home is set on a premier lot with a flat, grassy lawn, and is lushly landscaped with mature trees that show off the natural beauty of Canada. And with prime access to Elbow River, a sprawling 100-acre neighborhood park, and the Glencoe Golf and Country Club, we’re guessing the new owners will never feel the need to go on vacation.