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Cottage of the Week: $770,000 for a Huntsville cottage with a built-in cabana bar

Cottage of the Week: 1053 Hemlock Point Lane
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Address: 1053 Hemlock Point Lane
Neighbourhood: Huntsville, Ontario Agent: Scott Morrison, Coldwell Banker Thompson Real Estate, Brokerage and John Aben, Royal LePage Lakes of Muskoka Realty, Brokerage Price: $769,900

The Place: A cozy, cedar-lined family cottage on Peninsula Lake in Huntsville.

Bragging Rights: The 1,200-square-foot dock has a built-in cabana bar for afternoon brews. Just add Jimmy Buffet music.

Big Selling Point: This cottage is located just across the lake from the popular Deerhurst and Hidden Valley resorts, plus downtown Huntsville is reachable by canoe (though it would be quite a long paddle).

Possible Deal Breaker: So, the décor is a little dated. The (relatively) affordable asking price may leave some room in the buyer’s budget for updates.

By The Numbers:

• $769,900 • $4,900 in property taxes (2013) • 269 feet of water frontage • 2,828 square feet • 1,200-square-foot dock with cabana bar • 3 bedrooms • 3 washrooms • 2.55 acres • 2 double-car garages • 1 sauna • 1 wood-burning fireplace

Cottage of the Week: 1053 Hemlock Point Lane
Cottage of the Week: 1053 Hemlock Point Lane
Cottage of the Week: 1053 Hemlock Point Lane
Cottage of the Week: 1053 Hemlock Point Lane
Cottage of the Week: 1053 Hemlock Point Lane
Cottage of the Week: 1053 Hemlock Point Lane
Cottage of the Week: 1053 Hemlock Point Lane
Cottage of the Week: 1053 Hemlock Point Lane
Cottage of the Week: 1053 Hemlock Point Lane
Cottage of the Week: 1053 Hemlock Point Lane
Cottage of the Week: 1053 Hemlock Point Lane
Cottage of the Week: 1053 Hemlock Point Lane
Cottage of the Week: 1053 Hemlock Point Lane
Cottage of the Week: 1053 Hemlock Point Lane
Cottage of the Week: 1053 Hemlock Point Lane
Cottage of the Week: 1053 Hemlock Point Lane
Cottage of the Week: 1053 Hemlock Point Lane
Cottage of the Week: 1053 Hemlock Point Lane

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