I recently updated some photos of a listing, 110 Tower View Road, Enfield. The property hit the market in the bleak early days of March, still cold, bare trees, patches of snow and ice breathing their last frigid breaths on the slowly warming earth. The property is a good listing, well located and in good condition. And given the market, pretty well priced.
It's situated on a secluded 5.8 acres, very private, tucked in amidst a forest of towering hemlocks. And I considered the photos to be pretty good. They showed the private setting, meandering driveway off Tower View Road leading to the home. The property is nicely landscaped with patio stone walkway up to the pretty front door and from what I could tell in early March, some nice shrubs and perennial plantings. There is an attractive two storey barn used now as a woodworking shop and storage as the covenants no longer allow horses to be kept on the property. (Ahhh, the sad but unavoidable progression of residential sprawl).
So, over all the property was presented well in pictures.
BUT MAN OH MAN, you should see it now! The verdent display of lush lawn and the trees bursting with a multitude of green. Shubs, just a few weeks ago with straggly bare branches are like a perky bunch of teenagers, giggling as they sport their new clothes of pinks and yellows, orange and fushcia. The pale siding of house is glowing with the warmth of spring and the surrounding pallet of colour. The patio walkway proudly pretends it's a red carpet to the stars of blooming beauties.
Everywhere your eyes land is pure natural beauty. It creates such a feeling of contentment to be surrounded by this display of natures glory. And this property will go to the person who yearns for that peace in a home.