About This Listing
A 125 year old totally renovated charming one floor Regency Cottage on arguably the most sought after downtown location in the Town of Collingwood. Large en suite for a couple with guest facilities (including) separate bath and washroom facilities.
Built in 1895, totally rebuilt in 2012, nothing has been left out of this attractive 2200 sf century home. There are two flat TV screens, one hidden in bookcase in den' extensive library, new windows, doors, insulation, skylights, two fireplaces, three washrooms, spacious master bedroom. Separate computer room, sun porch cold cellar, workshop a/c radiant floor heating and forced air, Italian tiled floors, hardwood floor and fine rugs. Excellent artwork throughout. Wireless internet, wireless stereo. Sun deck, front verandah. irrigation system. Well tuned grand piano
We are 500 metres from YMCA (pool,gym,weights etc), 500 metres from Georgian Bay swimming, sailing, skiing, Georgian Trail at rear of property , small creek at rear of property, windsurfing nearby ,library, excellent shopping. No vehicle needed. Excellent bicycle included; Parking for two cars, quiet street
Close to 800 km long Bruce Trail for hiking magnificant scenery; in winter lots of snowshoeing and ski trails
Interaction with Guests
When we are away there is a custodian available 24/7; cleaning service included.
As our pricing indicates we prefer longer term rentals
One of the oldest, prettiest and sought after urban locations in the Southern Georgian Bay area with huge houses on one side and small cottages on the other.
Convenient public transport, car rental agency within 200 metres. Airport shuttle runs direct to house from Toronto
Other Things to Note
No smoking inside or out, no pets. Because of the extensive art collection and antique furniture families with young children would probably enjoy staying elsewhere.
Personal and financial references required together with either personal or Facetime/internet interview.
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