Bar, Beam Ceilings, Book Shelving, Breakfast bar, Built-in Desk, Cathedral/Vaulted/Tray Ceiling, Clerestories, Exposed Beams, Floor to Ceiling Windows, High Ceilings, Kitchen Accomodates Catering, Loft, Skylight, Solid Wood Cabinets, Washer and dryer, Water Purification System, Wood Ceilings, Wood Floors.
Great Room, Guest House Separate, Kitchen/Dining Combo, Living Room, Loft, Storage Room, Sun Room, Utility Room.
Barbecue, Deck, Dock, Enclosed Porch(es), Exterior Lighting, Fireplace/Fire Pit, Large Open Gathering Space, Open Porch(es), Outbuilding(s), Outdoor Living Space, Outside Shower, Recreation Area, Shaded Area(s), Storage Shed, Sunny Area(s), Swimming, Tennis Court(s).
Deep Water, Lake View, North, Panoramic, Scenic View, South, Trees, View, Water View, Wooded.
The Wah Wah Taysee area of Georgian Bay takes its name from an Ojibwe children’s song about fireflies—something you’re likely to see plenty of here in this unspoiled natural wonderland, bordered by conservation area and national parkland. Set on 9.2 acres in this area, the Freeman Property faces water on both its north and south sides, with 1,930 feet of frontage. Its charming timber-frame main cottage features a master bedroom, sleeping loft, kitchen, and open living/dining room, with floor to ceiling windows offering fabulous water views. Two decks and a screened porch link the main cottage to a separate guest cottage, providing room to sleep eight.
Off the grid but fully functional, both cottages run on solar power and are heated by wood stoves, with propane for cooking. The property includes trails throughout, offering the chance to explore the magnificent nature of the region. The property’s dual harbors—one north, one south—are perfect for swimming, water sports, fishing and boating.
Within easy reach of the property are stunning Georgian Bay picnic islands, (notably American Camp) and endless opportunities for fantastic day sails. You’ll see why Canada’s Group of Seven landscape painters were inspired by the rugged beauty of Wah Wah Taysee and portrayed it often in their works. Just north of the property is the 875-hectare O’Donnell Point Provincial Nature Reserve, which protects more than 30 species of native reptiles and amphibians. Less than 20 miles to the south is beautiful Beausoleil Island, a National Park, with evidence of human habitation dating back 7,000 years.
Set in a pristine, undeveloped area, this gorgeous property is just two hours from the greater Toronto area by car, then 15 minutes by boat from the marinas at Moose Deer Point or King Bay.
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