Three hours drive from Montreal or Toronto and you’re in the heart of Addington Highlands, you will find this family compound.
The 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home with unbeatable south exposure views is a craftsman delight. Just imagine sitting on the elevated wrap around deck enjoying the sunrise or sunset or watching your family enjoying the Lake. Unforgettable.
The custom hand built gas fireplace surround is one of a kind which showcases the family room. Hard to choose between the view of the Lake or the view of the fireplace. This fireplace was hand built from collected and hand split stones from the site.. The present and only owners of this property lovingly developed the home and property from scratch. They arrived back in the eighties to a heavily wooded property. It took many years to be built as anything of quality takes time.
The shed to the right of the home is actually a wood working shed for those who like projects. Down at the water’s edge is a fully screen gazebo and a dock large enough to moor your boat/s. Deep enough for diving in off the end. What a life!!
This is a complete property with something for everyone in your family. Boating, fishing, water skiing, canoeing, snow showing, snowmobiling,
The 2 acre site with 600+ feet of shoreline consists of 2 individually deeded properties which lends itself to an additional building lot. Keep it and build a bunkie/house or sell it. The choice is yours.
This is one of a kind property just far enough away from Canada’s 2 major cities to enjoy the great Canadian outdoors.
The township is a natural playground for those who love the great outdoors.
The area is home to over 100 lakes, rivers and streams that are perfect for fishing, canoeing, and other water-related activities. In the winter, some of these waterways provide links to hundreds of kilometres of snowmobiling trails.
In addition to Bon Echo Provincial Park, there are plenty of campgrounds, cottages and motels in Addington Highlands to serve the needs of the traveler.
You’ll fall in love with our communities, especially when you learn about how affordable it is to live here!
In Cloyne, snap a picture on the huge white chair
Camp, hike and swim at Bon Echo Provincial Park
Check out local history at Pioneer Museum in Cloyne
Ride the trails in the L&A Forest in Flinton
Grab your camera and pose in a gigantic chair
You know you’ve arrived to Cloyne when you see the oversized white lawn chair that can comfortably sit a dozen people.
But, large chairs aren’t the only thing happening here. This area is a welcoming haven for outdoor enthusiasts who love to snowmobile, hike, hunt, fish, camp and just relax in the great outdoors. In the village of Cloyne you can find a variety of amenities including small shops that provide everything from necessities to antiques and hunting and fishing gear.
Cloyne also has a rich past. The first settlers here were of Irish heritage who named the village after Cloyne in County Cork, Ireland. We can trace Cloyne, Ontario back to 1859 when the first post office opened. The village soon grew to include a hotel, school and other trades and businesses that would keep the community self-sufficient.
Bon Echo Provincial Park – Often referred to as Ontario’s most beautiful Provincial Park, Bon Echo is a wonderful place to camp or visit with a day pass. The park boasts campsites, trails, beaches, boat tours and boat rentals. But, the most spectacular site is the famous Mazinaw Rock which is 100 m high and is dotted with 260 Indigenous pictographs on its front.
Cloyne Pioneer Museum – The Cloyne Pioneer Museum houses over 1,000 artifacts showcasing how this area evolved from its lumber industry beginnings to the mining booms to today. The collections reflect the history from settlement time and pioneer life.
Lower Mazinaw Lake – If you’re an avid paddler you’ll love Mazinaw Lake. We have outlined three paddling routes to make the most of your experience on this pretty lake.
Denbigh Farms – Denbigh Farms has been in the Marquardt family since 1860. You’ll love their natural raw honey, beeswax products, and Canadian Shield maple syrup.
Finnegan’s General Store – Finnegan’s General Store offers all your daily essentials and artisan products plus a fabulous Greco Pizza Express Franchise, Ice cream Shoppe, Produce, Coffee Bar and Seasonal Flowers.
Holden’s Hearth at Home – Stop in and see the made on site woodcarvings. These art pieces can sometimes take up to 500-hours to complete and make for a great custom-carved heirloom.
Scoot House – Skoot House is cozy cottage gift shop that sells handcrafted one-of-a-kind Items: quilts, pillows, gift ware, wall hangings, home and cottage accessories, children’s blankets and pillows.
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