The estate is nestled on the perfect corner of nature, containing rivers, forests and farmland, with frequent sightings of wildlife - including deer and wild turkey. Preservation of these rich surroundings is a high priority for the property, with measures in place to ensure consideration of environmental impact is top of mind.
The property also falls within the Niagara Escarpment Commission’s Environmental Protection Area. This means that in order to maintain the integrity of the Niagara Escarpment as a whole, we take certain steps to meet the objectives set out by the Commission. These include:
Use: The Escarpment House is a private residence on a country property. It is intended to be enjoyed by guests who visit the property for those purposes, staying in the home for a few days with friends or family, and exploring the property’s natural features.
Visitors: In an effort to reduce the environmental impact, we allow a maximum of 50 guests at one time on the grounds.
Neighbours: Fellow residents have chosen the Niagara Escarpment as their home to enjoy the peace and quiet of a countryside lifestyle. So that they may enjoy that, we enforce noise restrictions after 10pm on weekdays and midnight on weekends and limit the number of cars passing through the gates on a daily basis to no more than 30.
Environment: We provide the opportunity for our guests to experience the beauty of the Niagara Escarpment, with sweeping views to take it all in, and manicured trails to gain a closer look. Inside the home, we use environmentally friendly products and take steps to reduce water consumption.