This 1600 square foot waterfront Timber frame cottage
is located on a deep private lot in Pleasant Harbour, on Lake Huron.
The hardwood flooring is found throughout the open-concept
main living area. Catheral ceilings add to the roomy feel of the
cottage. A bright and comfortable atmosphere make it the perfect
place to spend your family vacation.
The living area contains a couch, three armchairs, and a television
with satellite receiver. A large window, and patio doors look out
over the lake.
Adjacent to the living area is a fully-equipped kitchen
and dining area. The kitchen has a fridge, stove, and microwave
oven. A useful feature of this kitchen is the breakfast bar with
two stools, a great place to enjoy your morning coffee. Cupboard
and counter space is plentiful.
There is also a dining table with seating for six
with a nice sized window providing a view of the waters beyond.
The cottage has two bedrooms plus the sleeping loft.
Bedroom one has a queen and bedroom two has a queen.The sleeping
loft has 2 queens. The bathroom is a four-piece.
In the sleeping loft you will find a large sectional
sofa with a television. This is a great spot for the children to
unwind after a busy day at the lake.
There are two decks attached to the cottage, one on
the side facing the lake and one in back. The deck overlooking the
lake is a great place from which to watch the sun set over Pleasant
Harbour. It is here you will find a propane BBQ, patio table with
chairs, and umbrella. On the roadside deck you can catch the morning
The shoreline at the cottage consists of stony rubble with some
flat stone. Swimming is great here, but swim shoes are recommended.
Two small, attractive sandy beachs are located in
either direction from the cottage (only a 10 minute walk away).
They are both great beaches for younger children.
The cottage is centrally located on the Bruce Peninsula.
The fishing villages of Lion's Head and Tobermory, the Bruce Trail,
Bruce Peninsula National Park and the spectacular cliffs of Georgian
Bay are only a 20-minute drive away
As one of the last major undeveloped stretches of Lake
Huron shoreline, this is a great area for bike trips or hikes.