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Cottage of the Week: $2.3 million for a Carling home on a rocky shore

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Address: 60 Conservation Drive
Neighbourhood: Carling, Ontario Agent: George Webster, Moffat Dunlap Real Estate Limited, Brokerage Price: $2‚250‚000

The Place: A five-bedroom cottage tucked into three acres of wooded forest.

Bragging Rights: This place is located on Pleasant Point, and the view looking out into the harbour is, well, pleasant. A pretty spattering of islands is visible on the horizon.

Big Selling Point: The cottage’s one-storey layout means the owner will never have to climb a flight of stairs after a night of drinking and relaxing on the dock. Also somewhat relaxing: since the cottage is right on Georgian Bay, it’s possible to skip the northbound highway gridlock and arrive by water.

Possible Deal Breaker: The muted, rustic decor may not suit everyone, but change is just a few swipes of a credit card away.

By The Numbers:

• $2‚250‚000 • 330 feet of water frontage • Seven years old • 6 parking spots • 5 washrooms • 5 bedrooms • 3 acres of land • 2 stone fireplaces • 1 floating dock

Cottage of the Week: 60 Conservation Drive
Cottage of the Week: 60 Conservation Drive
Cottage of the Week: 60 Conservation Drive
Cottage of the Week: 60 Conservation Drive
Cottage of the Week: 60 Conservation Drive
Cottage of the Week: 60 Conservation Drive
Cottage of the Week: 60 Conservation Drive
Cottage of the Week: $2.3 million for a Carling home on a rocky shore
Cottage of the Week: 60 Conservation Drive
Cottage of the Week: $2.3 million for a Carling home on a rocky shore
Cottage of the Week: 60 Conservation Drive

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