Lovely Ontario heritage home located only 6 km from one of the
nicest sand beaches in Ontario.
This renovated farm house is located in a quiet rural area close
to many activities, including Bruce Beach (6 km), Kincardine Board
Walk and historic down town (10 km) and Ainsdale Golf course (6
Your family will want to gather every morning in the large, newly-renovated
country kitchen as you make your plans for area sightseeing whether
by bicycle or car.
If you decide to enjoy your immediate surroundings you can stroll
around the property or along the quiet country road the home is
The Stone House is a great choice for quiet contemplation or for
yard games with the kids. On rainy days, you will find a selection
of DVD’s and high speed internet to keep you amused.
The kitchen will seat eight comfortably and adjacent to it is the living
area. The living area is a welcoming space to sit and relax with your family and watch a movie on the flat screen TV to unwind after a day of outdoor enjoyment.
Also on the main floor are two bedrooms, one with two single beds
and one with a set of single bunkbeds. Upstairs you will find the
other two bedrooms, one with a double and one with a queen. Central
air conditioning will only add to your great nights’ sleep.
A full four-piece bath is located upstairs and a two-piece is located
adjacent to the kitchen. A washer and dryer are located on the finished basement
level as well as a carpeted play area for the kids on a rainy day.
Outside on the rear deck, you will find 4 Muskoka chairs and a patio
set. A picnic table, propane BBQ and kids’ playground
equipment are also available. A fire pit is located on the big grassy
yard and is perfect for roasting hot dogs and marshmallows under
the starry summer skies, free of ambient light.
This lovely fieldstone house is on a quiet, paved secondary road
and is quite private. The closest and only neighbours are across
the road, screened by lots of trees. It is merely a few minutes
from Lake Huron beaches (Bruce Beach & Boiler Beach), the Pine
River Cheese outlet and the town of Kincardine.
In Kincardine, you will find all manner of things to do including
a 22 km multi-use trail system, public beaches, festivals, galleries
and a lovely boardwalk along the beach. The main street is brimming
with shopping and dining options, some with local Scottish flair!
In fact every Saturday evening in the summer months you can enjoy
the local Scottish pipe band parade.
The Stone House has been lovingly restored and makes for a charming
rural Ontario vacation stay.