Surreal Estate: $4.5 million for a country manor in Caledon with a grand piano room
What chalet in a forest would be complete without six bedrooms, a 1,000-square-foot terrace, a saltwater pool and 10 acres of land?
A six-bedroom, five-bathroom mansion sitting on 10 acres of serene Caledon countryside. The place comes with three decks, a 1,000-square-foot front terrace, a massive double-sided stone fireplace and a saltwater pool. It’s an hour’s drive from the Blue Mountains and Collingwood’s ski hills, breweries, golf courses and hiking trails.
In 2022, the current owner purchased this property (originally a vinyl-sided bungalow in a field) for just under $1.9 million. They hired HGTV’s Glen Peloso to transform the home into an English-style manor—with contemporary flourishes, of course. Construction was completed in 2023, and now the owner has decided on a lifestyle change.
The estate couldn’t be greener: mature trees and manicured lawns, all set back from a gated entrance and a 300-foot driveway.
Residents are first greeted by the great room, with its grand piano, wet bar and walkout to the back deck.
A 10-foot-wide double-sided stone fireplace anchors the living space.
Next to the great room is the kitchen—equipped with JennAir appliances, tons of cabinets and one dramatic range hood—plus the dining area.
Here’s a closer look at the imported German quartz counters and backsplash.
The dining area overlooks the forest through picture frame sliding doors.
Also attached to the back deck is the office, which could be converted into a guest room.
Moving upstairs reveals the main bedroom. It has its own gas fireplace, coffered ceilings, walk-in closet, five-piece ensuite bathroom and private covered deck.
Here’s that ensuite, with a soaker tub, a glass shower, a double vanity, heated marble floors and shiplap ceilings.
The top floor houses three other bedrooms. This is one of them.
And here’s another.
The lower level comes with a den designed for entertaining. Note the built-in sound system as well as the TV and fireplace.
The den also walks out to the stone patio and saltwater pool.
Here’s a wider view of the pool, the great lawn and its distant gazebo.
Finally, the back of the mansion—a mansard roof, dormer windows and locally sourced stone for the façade.
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