8819 County Road 9 Creemore, Ontario L0M 1G0

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$869,000

First time on the market in 60 years! You will absolutely love this riverfront property—imagine coming home to your country cabin (approx.1500 sq.ft) nestled in the forest by the beautiful Noisy River, minutes away from shops and restaurants of Creemore. Located in the quaint community of Dunedin this home boasts a stunning 200 feet of riverfront, complete with your own wading swim hole. This 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom home that has been well loved for generations has loads of potential—a perfect place to call your own, an all-season country weekend cabin, ski chalet (Devil’s Glen is a close drive) or renovate to create your ideal dreamy riverfront home and enjoy the property all year round. Entertain friends in the cozy family room enjoying a large wood burning stone fireplace with views of the forest in the back and the river in the front. On this large, treed lot, just under an acre you will also find a detached workshop/garage, garden shed, a small sleeping Bunkie and…a train caboose that is ready for someone to turn into an artist studio, playroom, or guest suite. Mad River Golf, Bruce Trail, Blue Mountain—amazing central location and close to the city! (id:49605)

Property Details

Price $869,000
Bedroom(s) 3
Bathroom(s) 2
Property Type Single Family
Architectural Style Bungalow
Water Front Type Waterfront On River
Water Front Name Noisy River
8819 County Road 9 Creemore, Ontario L0M 1G0

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