This historic Go Home Bay cottage just hit the market. This renovated schoolhouse features 2 bedrooms, a three-piece bathroom, and 817 sq ft of living space. The open concept main room features a kitchen/living/dining room with vaulted ceilings and a woodstove. The kitchen comes equipped with pine cupboards. This bright cottage also boasts deep water off the floating dock with shore power for your big boat. During the summer, relax near the dock or entertain at night in the screen room. A beautifully landscaped 1-acre lot with perennial gardens. Excellent fishing and plenty of privacy. Go Home Bay is approximately 30 minutes by boat from Honey Harbour marinas. Built in 1951 for the year-round resident's children in the area, the schoolhouse initially schooled 6 local children. A teacher would be housed with locals during the school year until a bedroom addition was put on the back a few years later. With the number of children requiring to be schooled in Go Home Bay dwindling, the schoolhouse eventually ceased to be a school in 1972. It was then sold to the highest bidder for $12,500. The local cottagers owners association in this area is the Madawaska Club. In order to make use of the club’s community-owned land and facilities (eg. main dock and library), as well as participating in events like the annual regatta you are required to be a member and the fee (per cottage) is $595.00 per year.
Accessed By Boat Only, Go Home Bay Is Approximately 30 Minutes By Boat From Honey Harbour Marinas.
Sotheby’s International Realty Canada
243 Hurontario Street
Collingwood, Ontario, L9Y 2M1