This very unique home is in the Haliburton Highlands, a vigorous arts community housing the Haliburton School of Fine Art and is located on a fully serviced year-round road. This home is eight-sided, finished in board and batten, has a steel roof, a post and beam entrance and is complete with many upgraded features. The main two floors are 2100 sq. feet and there are 1400 sq. feet in the full basement. Currently there is a very active pottery studio with three studio spaces for pottery, a welding shop, woodworking shop and an outside raku area.There are two screened-in spaces for outdoor living and a very large multi-level deck system. A three-car garage includes an upstairs gallery/apartment. There is a pole barn for storing firewood, tractors and has a lean to for boat storage. A post and beam studio/writer’s cabin/bunkie is an added feature. The grounds include many beautiful gardens and sculptures and about one km of groomed/gravelled trails for walking, ATVing, snowshoeing and sap collecting. These approximately five acres were the sugar bush of the original farm. There is a small sugar shack and evaporator for sugaring off in the spring. The neighbour in the back is a beautiful 18-hole golf course. Everyone who comes to the property takes a deep breath and exclaims how beautiful it is! You will too!
1895 Duck Lake Road