Log Chalet & Privacy on Herb Lake

Price $850,000
Contact email Mike to inquire
Lake Herb
Property Type Cottage-Waterfront Recreation
Location Dorset, Ontario
Style Hand-crafted, LOG CHALET
Shoreline Frontage 315+ feet
Total Living Space 1,800 sq.'
Lot Size 23.89 acres
# of Bdrms/Baths 4/1
Access Private road

Estate quality property, 1st time offered. Comprised of 3 independently deeded parcels, also available individually; total area is 23.88 acres with 315' shoreline frontage on awesome Herb Lake. Additional 340' separated from the lake by only a thin sliver of crown land. Masterfully hand-crafted log chalet features: 4 bedrooms, 1.800 sq. ft., 1 bath; huge open great-room w/ beams & a fabulous round window; custom kitchen w/ stainless steel appliances & butcher-block island w/ gas range; birch floors; log-crafted staircase; solid cherry doors & trim; hi-efficiency forced-air propane furnace; Vermont Castings airtight woodstove; metal roof; partially covered deck; dock w/ lakeside deck. No neighbor in sight. Most of Herb Lake is crown land, and is a paddler`s paradise, being a part of the Haliburton Highlands Water Trails. Outstanding wilderness, rock lined shore, sun-warmed water all summer, a million places to picnic or swim, plus very close to Kawagama boat launch - and a cool, classy yet rustic lodge as home base. 12 mins. from Dorset.

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DORSET, ONTARIO, CANADA

Muskoka & Haliburton Ontario Real Estate Waterfront Properties in Dorset near Huntsville and the edge of Canada's Algonquin Park