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No concessions need to be made on this illustrious custom-built residence that was designed to drink up every ounce of sunlight and private vineyard views.
Savour the advantage of a mature income-producing vineyard on ~28.5 acres and an exceptional residence in a region that holds a prolific name on the world stage, anchors rich, fertile soil and unique microclimate, stunning vistas and pristine countryside. This parcel of prestige boasts exceptional quality and high-yielding Riesling, Cabernet Sauvignon, Gamay, Vidal and the prominent Dornfelder grape variety. Separate a secluded private residence from commercial endeavors with 2 road access and a multitude of agri-business potential or benefit from hands-off ownership where award-winning grape growers maintain the vineyard. Supplying some of the finest grapes to major wine producers in the area, this vineyard is a testament to the commitment to excellence that defines Niagara-on-the-Lake’s wine-growing heritage.
2,619 sq.ft custom-built home circa 2007, accompanied by 24.4 acres of mature vineyards that supply grapes to some of the region’s most acclaimed estate wineries.
24.4 acres of productive land. 2.7 acres of Riesling, 6.2 acres of Cabernet Sauvignon, 4.1 acres of Gamay, 4 acres of Vidal, and 7.4 acres of Dornfelder.
Municipal. Vineyard irrigation is provided by the Harrison Ditch and serviced by a 6″ irrigation main which runs along the north edge of the property.
1 septic system
Hydro. 12kw of ground-mounted solar power system producing a regular income.
Irrigation and drainage from the Harrison ditch. Exposure to Concession 3 and Concession 2. Tile drainage every 9 feet down the center of the rows in the western and middle blocks, while the eastern block is tiled every 25 feet. Irrigation is supplied by the Harrison Ditch and is serviced by a 6-inch irrigation main that runs along the north edge of the property. 5 hydrants were installed to access the irrigation main.
Farmland value has significantly appreciated in recent years (22.2% increase in 2021, 19.4% increase in 2022 in Ontario), presenting a strong investment opportunity (2022 Farm Credit Canada (FCC) Farmland Values report).
Niagara-on-the-Lake, located in Ontario, Canada, is a charming town that exudes history, beauty, and a vibrant cultural scene. Known as the “prettiest town in Ontario,” it is nestled in the heart of wine country and offers a multitude of experiences that captivate visitors from around the world.
One of the town’s notable attractions is its rich history. Niagara-on-the-Lake served as the first capital of Upper Canada, and remnants of its colonial past can be seen in the well-preserved 19th-century architecture that lines its streets. Strolling through the historic district, you’ll encounter picturesque buildings, quaint shops, and beautiful gardens, creating a nostalgic ambiance that transports you to a bygone era.
The town’s location near the Niagara Escarpment and Lake Ontario provides a stunning natural backdrop. The escarpment offers breathtaking vistas, while the lake’s proximity moderates the climate, creating a microclimate that is ideal for grape cultivation. This has made Niagara-on-the-Lake a renowned wine region, with vineyards and wineries dotting the landscape. Wine enthusiasts can embark on tours, tastings, and pairings, immersing themselves in the flavors and craftsmanship of local vintners.
Beyond wine, Niagara-on-the-Lake offers a thriving cultural scene. The Shaw Festival, one of Canada’s finest theater companies, showcases world-class performances of both classic and contemporary plays. The festival attracts theater enthusiasts from far and wide, adding a touch of sophistication to the town’s cultural offerings. Additionally, the town hosts various festivals and events throughout the year, celebrating everything from music and arts to culinary delights.
Nature lovers will find plenty to explore in Niagara-on-the-Lake. The region offers beautiful parks, gardens, and trails where you can enjoy scenic walks, bike rides, or picnics. Queen’s Royal Park and the Niagara Parkway provide stunning views of the Niagara River and its famous floral clock, while the Niagara-on-the-Lake Golf Club invites golf enthusiasts to enjoy a round in a picturesque setting.
Niagara-on-the-Lake’s culinary scene is also something to behold. The town boasts a variety of restaurants, ranging from cozy bistros to upscale dining establishments. Many of these establishments emphasize locally sourced ingredients, offering farm-to-table experiences that highlight the region’s culinary bounty.
Whether you’re seeking history, natural beauty, cultural immersion, or gastronomic delights, Niagara-on-the-Lake offers a diverse range of experiences that cater to all tastes. It’s a destination that promises to enchant and leave a lasting impression on all who visit.