Offered At $ 1,129,000.00
This classic stone homestead 1847, was one of only 3 built in old Reach Township (now Scugog) when there were only 40 families in the area. The stones were butterfly cut from the granite boulders uncovered when the land was cleared by the pioneer family of John Dobson, originally from Yorkshire England. It stayed in the family until 1971. Since then it has been upgraded, restored to preserve its original charming features but add comforts, and some luxuries.
Features, you will not have seen but would add to your comfort and cost-saving, are the newly shingled roof and geo-thermal heating. This system helps heat the Betz/gunite pool and several rooms with luxurious infloor heating. Forty-five of the 50 acres are under cultivation; this allows the property to be taxed at a lower rate as a farm.
Pool and Fabulous Out Buildings ~ 50 Private Acres
This family had been trying to sell for an extended period with a local Real estate agent without success.
It was such a beautiful home in such a great location with the proper exposure we were able to find a family relatively quickly.