Have you ever wanted to get away from it all? Just move to an Ontario cottage up north and forget those city woes and be at one with nature? Well, what if instead of living in “some cottage,” you decided to live in a $6 million fortress that lets you enjoy nature from the glass panel view of your indoor hot tub? That’s the reality you’d be appreciating if you decided to go all-in on 0 Bass Island, a nearly $7 million cottage-mansion, located on its own private island in Muskoka.\nThe custom-built beast of a modern cottage is an estimated 8,000 square feet of high-class living. According to Century 21, it has four bedrooms and six bathrooms within its shiny interior.\nIf you ever have a friend over and get into an argument, you can banish that guy or gal to the two-bedroom guest house, which is also located on the 11 acres of the island you own, or if you really don’t like them, the boathouse. Seriously even the boathouse looks above average.\nIf you’re all about those special features, you’ll be pleased to know that you will be able to enjoy a spa, three separate swimming pools, and heated marble benches in your new digs.\nYou will also be able to wine and dine your friends with your own personal wine cellar and super-modern kitchen. Do they have a cottage equivalent to glamping? They really should.\nI mean you could make the argument that there is something “homey” about that old dusty cottage you and your friends rent every summer.\nHowever, while you’re making that argument, I would like to redirect to the fact that you can still have that experience because this cottage has its own baby cottage where you can stay whenever you’re feeling too much like a Rockstar.\nElena Petrishcheva | Century 21\nElena Petrishcheva | Century 21\nOf course, the views alone are also worth the move. Forget about the multi-million mansion that is sitting on the lot, the private island is also equipped with your own personal dock.\nThis makes it easy for you to go for a swim, or sail around on those warm summer days.\nElena Petrishcheva | Century 21\nElena Petrishcheva | Century 21\nIf not, you could always stay at this $50 million Toronto Mansion that literally has a nightclub in its basement.\n0 Bass Island\nPrice:$6,980,000\nAddress: 0 Bass Island, Muskoka Lakes, ON \nDescription: This four bedrooms and six bathrooms mansion on its own private island even has its own spa. \nView Here\n\n\n\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.