Where it is
118 Rundle Pointe, Canmore
Originally built as a personal home by one of Canmore’s long-time home builders, Fournier Construction, this home enjoys ample luxury appeal. Its location on a 14,919-square-foot parcel of land at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac creates a sense of privacy and peace. Surrounded by breathtaking mountain views and lush forests, the home is designed to feel like a true oasis and personal retreat before you even step inside.
What to love
Soaring arched windows provide ample natural light and welcome incredible mountain views. The kitchen is an ideal family gathering space and an entertainer’s dream. The room is outfitted with Miele stainless appliances, a countertop espresso machine and access to the outdoor deck with views of the waterfall feature and mountain vistas.
Two gas and one wood-burning fireplace are featured throughout the home, with one of the gas fireplaces in the primary bedroom. The five-piece ensuite has a striking free-standing black tub with mountain views. At the same time, the bedroom enjoys its own private deck overlooking the forest.
When it’s time to work, the den is the perfect space, outfitted with a built-in heated quartz desk top so your coffee will never get cold. Outside, gather around the fire pit for s’mores with friends and family. For more formal entertainment, the wine/bar room offers a stylish setting to host guests.
What to consider
With easy access to the town of Canmore and the Nordic Centre, there’s plenty to enjoy outside of this home, too. Visit the town for local restaurants, shopping, excursions and walks. For more adventure-inclined days, head to the Nordic Centre for cross-country skiing, walks, biking and more.
3,709 total square footage
Heated quartz desk top in den
Inside the Home
Nestled between sweeping forests and mountain views on a more than 14,000-square-foot lot, this home is a true mountain oasis.
The spacious kitchen is ideal for cooking, entertaining or gathering with family around the island. The double doors lead outside to the backyard.
Nestle around one of the three fireplaces in the home to enjoy the crackling ambiance and stay toasty warm in the winter.
The inviting and spacious primary bedroom enjoys its own fireplace and a private deck to enjoy the mountain mornings over a cup of coffee.
The ensuite is designed around relaxation with a tempting soaker tub paired with mountain views.
The downstairs wine/bar room is a great alternative space to host more formal gatherings or to set up snacks and drinks for a movie night.
The outdoor hot tub is an ideal space to relax, soak in the warm water and enjoy the sounds and scenery around you.
The backyard offers ample space to spend time outside, do some gardening, gather around the fireplace and more.
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[Correction: This story has been updated to reflect the correct price of the home as $3,900,000 and to show the home’s total square footage.]