Lovingly restored and updated 1842 Farmhouse sitting on 57 acres with mature gardens & lake views.
Less than one hour from Toronto and minutes from the historic town of Port Hope.
Enjoy life in this idyllic country setting…relaxing, swimming, gardening, hiking & riding.
This stunning property is also home to a fruit orchard, vegetable garden, century barn with a fenced paddock and chicken coop. Josiah Haskill, an early settler in the area, built this Gothic Revival farmhouse in 1842, at a cost of $2,750. Until 2003 when the current owners purchased it, the home was owned and inhabited by his descendants.
The present kitchen, formerly known as the summer kitchen, can be found in the “tail” of the house (built in 1870). The winter kitchen was located in the basement where the original cooking fireplace still exists.