Located on a quiet cul de sac in rolling hills near the Mono Cliffs Provincial Park, this 95 acre hilltop retreat is now for sale. The sun filled Modernist house was designed by noted Toronto architect the late George Boake. Stone floors, cedar beams, soaring ceilings and large windows predominate. Every window has a breathtaking outlook over Mono hills and valleys and light washes down from the high clerestory windows. The principal rooms are largely open concept yet intimate quiet spaces are just round the corner at one of the 2 fireplaces or in the bookshelf lined family room. The dining area has a raised third fireplace reminiscent of an open wood-fired oven.
Three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a cedar sauna, multiple walk-outs, a walk in coat room off the generous foyer – Architect Boake’s design is contemporary, focused on the exceptional setting, and has created a country house for easy, comfortable living. Outside, an in-ground concrete pool and a charming gazebo overlook a huge ravine with unobstructed views for miles.
The property has an Ontario Power Authority approved microFIT solar panel project situated on the garage roof. Estimated to generate approximately 9 KW per year at a guaranteed rate of $0.803 per watt until 2031, the contract is required to be assumed by the purchaser.
The property is voluntarily enrolled in the Managed Forest Tax Incentive Program which greatly reduces property taxes on the acreage covered in the Program.
Located just north of the Hockley Valley, Mono Cliffs Provincial Park, and the acclaimed Mono Cliffs Inn. Skiing, golf, and big box retail are within a 15 minute drive. Pearson Airport is about 40 minutes away. Downtown Toronto about an hour and a quarter. Owning this Hilltop Retreat really does mean you can have it all!
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