Fully renovated rustic, modern bungalow located on a quiet side street,
less than a five minute walk (500 m ) from beautiful Southampton public
This quaint home is situated on a treed cedar lot providing shade
during the heat of summer.
The backyard is private from the street with a cedar fence.
The living room has a stone gas fireplace, with a large bay window, very comfortable sectional with ottoman, 40" flat screen TV with DVD and enhanced cable.
The living room, dining room and kitchen are adjoining and open,
through a side door, onto a small wooden deck and to an outdoor
patio complete with barbeque and cedar picnic table. The backyard is grassed.
Next to the living room is a large fuly equipped kitchen, with
fridge, stove, microwave oven, and lots of counter and cupboard
space with warm wooden cabinets.
The dining area has an oak table with six modern chairs on engineered
A short walk down the hall leads to three bedrooms, Bedroom 1 with
a double bed and Bedroom 2 with a queen bed. The third bedroom has
a set of single bunkbeds. Also down this hall is a four piece
There is a set of stacked clothes washer and dryer in Bedroom 3
(the bunkbed room).
The cottage is located on a quiet side street. It is about 5 blocks,
or less than a five minute walk to one of the nicest public beaches
in Bruce County. This beach is ideal for younger children. The beach
is gradual entry with a sandy bottom and good swimming. Also along
this fabulous beach you will find a historic boardwalk that stretches
for about a mile. Bring your beach umbrella (or get a coveted shady
spot under the trees) and shovel and join the children building
a dream sandcastle. (P.S. Tell the museum if you find another buried
shipwreck! The plaque for the General Hunter, believed to be wrecked
in 1816 after service in the War of 1812, is just down the beach).
There is also a children's playground and a menagerie of benches.
The cottage is located in close proximity to a wide variety of activities
that Southampton has to offer. Enjoy a short drive to downtown to
see the lighthouse and long pier, which is a perfect place for fishing,
or to a wonderful fine dining restaurant (don't miss the Elk and
Southampton is a town known for its "Old Time Charm" you
can visit the Bruce County Museum, take one of the daily chartered
rides to Chantry Island, take in some of the lovely shops, and enjoy
Sunday evening live entertainment at the local band shelter.
The Saugeen First Nation Amphitheater, just 2 km away, has one of
the most remarkable gardens in southwestern Ontario.
Golfing is also nearby - there's the Chippewa course 3 minutes away
or the Saugeen Golf course on County Road 3 towards Port Elgin (Sauble
and Port Elgin offer up some golf variety).
Museums - walk to the Southampton Museum and Archives.