Contact: The Owners , Bruce & Jennifer Henry,
Home Tel: 613.659-3635. Cell Phone 613-545-7145
A Unique Century Residence & Equine Estate
The property has an interesting provenance .Following the American war of Independence in 1776 the property was granted to the UEL Family of the former Lieutenant Governor of Detroit Joseph Hay in 1798. The property remained in the Hay family connection until 1880 when Sir Charles Stuart Bartonet son of Sir James Stuart Baronet , Chief Justice of Lower Canada living in London England finally sold the property .The Baronetsey lapsed when the last son of Sir James Stuart died in 1915 in the Great War.
Today this Victorian Villa Circa 1898, situated in approximately 70 acres is located in the very heart of the UNESCO designated Frontenac Arch Biosphere Reserve one of only sixteen such sites in Canada .
The 1000 Islands Region known the world over for more than a century as a world class internationl tourism destination welcomes visitors from around the globe each and every year.
While the property has been operated as a thoroughbred broodmare / yearling horse farm under the present owners for 34 years it would lend itself to any number of equine or tourism related enterprises.
Constructed of double red clay brick in the vernacular Victorian L shaped villa
style with Queen Anne gable attributes.
The residence comprising
some 4400 sqft. features...
* 6 Bedrooms, 5 bathrooms
(2 ensuite )
* Kitchen ,
* Family room,
* Formal dining room,
* Formal drawing room.
* High ceilings , two
* Original interior wood trim / pocket doors and oak balustrade stairway
* Indoor swimspa pool, hot tub , steam room, sun deck.
The residence sits in a park like setting
* Features an outdoor pool
* Pool house
* Enclosed bar and bbq area
* Pool deck gazebo
FARM YARD STRUCTURES.
Buildings include ..
* A 10 stall horse barn,
* An 1860 pole barn,
* Tarpall multipurpose barn
* Auxilliary buildings
Approximately 20 acres in
amenity grounds and fenced
paddocks. With a further 50 +
acres in hay fields, riparian pond
areas various conifer
shelterbelt plantations and
perimeter hiking/ pony treking
A severed and surveyed residential lot fronting on County road 2 on the
eastern road frontage of the property extending to some 2 + - acres.
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