This Huge Ontario Cottage For Sale Is Actually Under $900K & Is So Canadian

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This Huge Ontario Cottage For Sale Is Actually Under $900K & Is So Canadian

Is there anything more Canadian than owning a massive Ontario cottage in the woods?

203 Cottage Lane, located in McArthurs Mills, Ontario, is your chance to bust out the double denim and live your best Canuck life.

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The huge four-bedroom cottage looks dreamy in the winter and comes with a year's worth of dried firewood.

The property also includes a massive workshop perfect for aspiring carpenters or storage.

The front foyer showcases the home's incredible rustic-coziness. It truly does look like the most Canadian mansion. 

You can watch snowfall all winter long from the comfort of a jacuzzi bathtub.

The best part is, while the spot may look like a million bucks, it's actually under $900K. 

Huge Ontario Cottage

Price: $869,000

Address: 203 Cottage Ln., McArthurs Mills, ON

Description: The perfect escape from city life.

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