If you’re looking for a secluded country property where you can connect with nature and inspire your creative spirit, WOW, have I got the perfect place for you! Tucked away on nearly six acres in Pacific, this quirky 1970s chalet offers dramatic architecture, a beautiful wooded setting, a five-car garage, and a separate guest house that’s currently used as an art studio.
There’s also a koi pond that’s bigger than most inground pools, and a funky raised walkway connecting all the buildings. And for the bargain price of $500 a year, you get access to two subdivision lakes, a swimming beach, a park, a picnic pavilion and a whole network of walking trails.
That’s the good news. The bad news is, I think this property may be a bit overpriced. It just hit the market today after going unsold for six months in 2011 (also at $399k), and the most expensive house to sell in this subdivision in at least three years went for just $224,500.
But hey, I guess that’s why the good lord created negotiation, right? So if you’re interested, why not test the waters…
Listing courtesy of Cindy Harris, Assist 2 Sell, (636) 239-5595. More photos and info available here.
If you’d like a buyer’s agent to show you this one-of-a-kind retreat, I’d be happy to help!