Looking for a recreational property that will accommodate all your friends and family? This Haliburton gem stands out from the rest on Redstone Lake. The level lot is perfect for all ages and year-round living. It would suit a couple who are retired and looking for a place that they can be at full time with plenty of space.
Enjoy south exposure for all sun and hard-packed sand beach with shallow entry and deep water off the dock. It has very private and wooded so you can truly enjoy the ambiance of the outdoors. The adjacent waterfront lot of for sale as well, which offers a special opportunity to buy it with the cottage and set up your own family compound!
The cottage/home has 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and quality finished throughout. The great room has cathedral ceilings, hardwood floor and a cozy granite fireplace.
The kitchen and dining room are open-concept with a large Haliburton room. When you are forced to entertain family and guests indoors, it will be an absolute breeze. The Haliburton room open to an extensive two-tiered deck with a hot tub and gas fire pit. The transition from indoor to outdoor entertaining is seamless!
There are three bedrooms on the main level including a stunning almost 500 square foot master suite with a 4-piece ensuite. It is perfect for couples who want their own private area that separates them from the guests. The master suite also features a walk-in closet, cathedral ceilings, a gas fireplace and a walkout to the deck.
The lower level has a large family room with a gas fireplace. The 4th bedroom is on the lower level along with a 3-piece bathroom and a laundry room. The lower level also has a wine cellar to store your wine collection. This home/cottage truly has everything you could need in a recreational property!
The cottage is currently listed at $1,099,000 and the adjacent lot for $459,000. For more information on either of these listings please contact The Cottage Country Team. Shirley Rule, Greg McInnis or Rob Serediuk at (705) 754-0880 or email@example.com
Source: Chestnut Park Blog