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2797 Macgillivray Lane - Stonehouse Lake


A quiet country retreat with all of the city luxuries! Sitting on secluded Stonehouse Lake, this 249+ acre country property is perfect for those looking to get away from the busy city life and enjoy what Mother Nature has to offer. Featuring 1300+ feet of waterfront, Stonehouse Lake has only a handful of homes/cottages on it making it terrific for swimming or fishing (Bass & Pickerel). Driving in the 800 meter secluded driveway you open to a custom built 17 year-old slab-on-grade 2-storey home w/ 5 bedrooms and 3 full baths, featuring double-sided living room fireplace, concrete flooring, gourmet chef's kitchen w/ oak cabinets stone counters, bright sun room w/ 8' sliding doors w/ picturesque views of the lake that opens to a concrete patio w/ firepit, additional screened-in bonus room perfect for game nights or evening dinners or play a game of pool or read a book by the fire. Continue down the hall to find a spacious master suite w/ cornered windows, his/hers closets & 3-pc ensuite w/ walk-in tiled shower, 3 additional generous bedrooms & 4-pc main bath w/ gorgeous reclaimed claw-foot tub. Ground level boasts full 3-pc bath, bedroom/ office, mechanical room, inside access to a closed-in wood storage room complete w/ wood furnace & roll-up doors , inside access to the double garage & private office. Moving outside you will find full solar on the roof to supply all the power you will need and a massive detached garage has room for all of your toys, including huge workshop w/ tools included! Go a little further and you'll find the custom sugar shack complete w/ wood-fired boiler all ready set up for your very own maple syrup venture. The wide array of trees and rock outcroppings make it the perfect place to explore. The bonus 2200+ feet of road frontage at the north (MacGillivray Lane) and 2700+ feet of road frontage on the south (Opinicon Road), the possibility of severance is intriguing. Never worry about losing power with the Cummins Propane back up hardwired generator. Not to mention a short walk to the Cataraqui Trail. 

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