Executive High-End home with 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms that sleeps up to 10 people. This new 2004 custom build home is located in desirable WASAGA BEACH , Ontario with short walk to sandy beach 6 AND (15 km) 15 MIN TO DRIVE TO BLUE MOUNTAIN SKI RESORT.
"Castle in Peace" is custom designed and professionally decorated home, to give you the most relaxing and enjoyable atmosphere.
This spectacular home is located on West side of Wasaga Beach near Airport Road and Mosley Street.The house is open concept with beautiful Great Rooms, where you can relax on comfortable leather sofas near a wood burning fireplace .If you like to check your e-mail in this house the house has Rogers High Speed Internet and TV cable. Next to Great room is a Dining Room that seats six people.
The kitchen is made out of solid wood cabinets with stove , dish washer and microwave. All small appliances are included : coffee maker , double toaster , water cattle, small blender, mixer. All needed to a dish for gourmet food. Breakfast table is for four is placed in very large kitchen. Master suite is furnished with queen bed and two night tables. From master sweet is an access to large walk in closet and master bathroom with whirlpool tub for two and separate single showers. On main floor is second bedroom with two single beds .On main floor is three piece bathroom to serve the main floor.
Room above the garage has authentic 12 feet cathedral ceiling with one double bed. On the second floor is large loft with two double beds. All bed linens are supplied.
From kitchen it is access to deck with patio furniture sitting for six people. Overlooking backyard and forest where you can enjoy the singing of the birds. In the backyard there is a fire pit to sit beside and watch the fire and enjoy spectacular nights looking in the sky full of stars. BBQ grill on gas and is sheltered with roof to prepare barbecue in any weather condition.
Wasaga Beach Attractions
The small community of Wasaga Beach along the Nottawasaga Bay in the Georgian Bay, 1.5 hours north of Toronto, is known largely for its spectacular shoreline. Dubbed the longest freshwater beach in the world, the sands are credited to Ice Age glaciers that melted, leaving an astounding 14 km (9 mi) shoreline. In 1934, Wasaga Beach was made famous when the first Canadian overseas flight took off from its sandy runway. The relatively quiet community sheds its reputation during the summer as visitors flock in search of fun, sun and sand. Winterâ??s blanket of snow is welcomed by cross country skiers and snowmobile enthusiasts. As well, the shoulder seasons of spring and summer provide visitors with tranquil stargazing moments, serene beach walks and off-season value on accommodations. When in the area, a trip to the Nancy Island Historic Site is worthwhile. This island located on Nottawasaga River was amazingly formed by the silt deposits of the sunken Schooner Nancy, a British supply ship in the War of 1812.+ More