fairy lake newmarket

This is what a $2 million home on a lake in Canada looks like

Situated just three hours north of Toronto in Hunstville, Ontario is this stunning contemporary waterfront home. 

It was custom designed to offer nearly 360-degree views of Fairy Lake. It's also so you can take in the sunrise and sunset. 

fairy lake newmarketThe home was also designed to be environmentally conscious and sustainable, with features like a green roof system. 

fairy lake newmarketThe main living areas are open plan, spacious and bright with a Scandianvian style to it. 

fairy lake newmarketThe cabinetry is sleek and minimalist in the kitchen. 

fairy lake newmarketThe light wood panelling featured throughout the home is a lovely modern take on the wood panelled cottages of the 70's. 

fairy lake newmarketAnd whether this is a cottage or a full-time home it would work well no matter what season.

fairy lake newmarketIn the winter you can cozy up to the wood fireplace, while in the summer you can take advantage of the 217 feet of waterfront. 

fairy lake newmarketThe home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.  

fairy lake newmarketThere's also a two-slip boat house with lifts if you're a fan of nautical activities. 24 Scotts Point Road Huntsville ON

Specs 
Good For

Getting away from the city hustle. fairy lake newmarket

Move On If

You don't want to sit in cottage country traffic. That bumper to bumper highway 400-crawl can ruin a really good thing quick.  fairy lake newmarket 

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Sotheby's Realty


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