Archives For Strathco

We once bought a house with this exact description, and yes, we giggled, but it turns out, it worked for us! Are you interested in relocating to a rural setting, yet still live close to major centres and all the amenities that they offer? Then we have the home for you.

      Building Style: Bungalow Built in: 2006 Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 3 Main Floor Space: 1739 sq ft Land Size: 9.52 acres Baths: 2 – 4 piece; 1 – 3 piece Garage: Triple, Heated, Insulated


Building Style: Bungalow
Built in: 2006
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 3
Main Floor Space: 1739 sq ft
Land Size: 9.52 acres
Baths: 2 – 4 piece; 1 – 3 piece
Garage: Triple, Heated, Insulated

A fully developed bungalow on 9.52 acres in Strathcona County with over 3000 square feet of developed living space. House features a fully finished walkout basement, huge kitchen and dining area and an open floor plan with laminate flooring and vaulted ceilings. 3 bedrooms up and 2 down. Lower level has in-floor heat and features a large family and recreation area, gas fireplace, bathroom, den and storage room. Large 3 piece ensuite with sit down shower. Main bath features jetted tub. Triple car garage features in-floor heat, floor drain, hot and cold running water and 220 wiring. The home has central air conditioning, exposed aggregate concrete outside and a large 16 X 29 deck. Property provides great privacy on the end of a cul-de-sac and has been recently set up for horses, including new corral, horse shelter with tack room and automatic waterer. It also includes a 30 X 60 shop.

Seriously interested? A full spec sheet with many photos available! email bobbicullum@gmail.com

Cream puff optional.

CHANGE: BRING IT!

April 6, 2012 — Leave a comment

We have had quite a week…beautiful spring weather, and winter storm warnings. Spring Break, then back to school.
A wonderful send off for the Hubs from one career and a visit to HR to sign papers for the next…
Parenting on my own during spring break for 10 days, to dropping the kids off with Grandparents while the Hubs and I head off to Kimberley for 5 days for a little R&R.

Acreage change: Lake Front Property

It’s crazy, but change is relatively normal for us, and maybe our experience raising 10,000-20,000 turkeys at a time has prepared us to roll with it all a little better.  Life around here is rarely dull and this is what I love about change.

I do realize not all change is positive, and it’s for those moments I am so thankful for the rocks in my life: Faith, Family and Friends. Cliche? maybe…but for me, so true.

Here’s to the change headed your way…embrace the positive, and see the opportunities in the negative.

HAPPY EASTER to you and yours:)
~@RealTurkeyLady