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This is what a $3.5 million lakeside estate looks like in Sudbury

If you've ever dreamed of escaping the city and waking up to an awe inspiring view this home might be for you. 

The five bedroom, seven bathroom home is located in Northern Ontario – Sudbury to be exact – on almost two acres of land.  

sudbury real estateIt's a modern new build home with classic details.

sudbury real estateThe main living areas are open concept with soaring 20-foot ceilings.

sudbury real estateThe big windows bring in lots of natural light throughout the home and offer a spectacular view of Bethel Lake. 

sudbury real estateThere's tons of room to spread out through the home with over 9,000-square-feet of living space. And the crazy thing is this home is technically a bungalow.  

sudbury real estateAll the bedrooms and living spaces can be found on the main floor. There is a basement that's mostly finished. It has a big rec room, a library and an extra kitchen. 

sudbury real estateBut the big selling point is of course the surrounding property. The lake and the massive yard are beautiful. It's also very private considering how central it is – just a 10 minute drive to Sudbury centre. sudbury real estate

Good For

Nature fans. This home is surrounded by it and Sudbury in general is in the middle of conservation areas and Canadian wilderness. sudbury real estate

Move On If

You're a city slicker. sudbury real estate

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