Spectacular 98.1 acre property offers dreamy vistas of farmable pastures, wooded trails, streams and a country lane that ties right into the town of Creemore. Walk, drive or bike for your fresh baked goods, quaint cafes or fine dining or bring home hot fresh baked goods! Stretching from Fairgrounds Road westward to the next Concession line, its southern boundary offers views of protected forests and the hills of Mulmur beyond. To the north, are rolling pastures and a local vineyard. Views, privacy and proximity to town make this rare offering the perfect property. Boasting an incredible history, first deeded in 1842 to the Honourable John McDonald of Gananoque. Now known as the “Bellevue Farm”, “local lore” has it that the garage was the village of Creemore’s blacksmith shop. Pull the bell tower rope to call family and guests to dinner! The house consists of structures dating back to 1848 including a log great room with wood burning fireplace. It has been lovingly maintained with many updates including heated floors, A/C, a generator, water purification system, cameras and alarm system, etc. Part of the two car garage could be transformed into a separate guest retreat as it already consists of a loft and a large great room with a spectacular oversized gas fireplace. The barn has recent updates to its roof and new siding. A separate laneway to the north of the barn and the house allows oversized farming equipment to easily access the back fields. Use the barn for : livestock, collectables, the most incredible party venue, a painter’s retreat, a pool house or a future yoga studio. The vistas of the surrounding countryside out the barn windows and doors are out of this world. Located in a most sought after area of Ontario, this 98.1 acre property is perfect for relaxed country living to enjoy all season activities from: hiking, cycling, horseback riding, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, plus golf and downhill skiing.