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Ontario Has Tons Of Lakeside Cottages From $115K & You Could Do So Much With Them

A list of beautiful and affordable summer homes.
Ontario Cottages For Sale Are As Cheap As $115K & Right By The Water

As the weather starts to get warmer, it's time to start thinking about that cottage country life. Luckily, there are tons of waterfront Ontario cottages for sale, and some of them won't even break your wallet. These beautiful homes are all under $250,000, so it's time to start packing your bags. 

Thankfully, there are tons of tiny cottages scattered across the province that are actually affordable. 

Opposed to spending millions on that lakeside mansion, you can spend under $250,000 for something a little more humble. 

While living in cities such as Toronto can often be expensive, with some condos even costing an average of $618,391, packing your bags and moving a bit farther north can become much more affordable. 

Whether you get a one-bedroom cottage for $245,000, or a three-bedroom rustic summer home for $162,000, the possibilities are endless. 

Luckily, a lot of these cottages also come move-in ready. However, a few of them do need a little bit of elbow grease to make them feel more like home. 

Yet, for such a cheap price, it's the perfect opportunity to move out of the city and have a lake in your backyard. 

3-Bedroom Rustic Cottage

Price: $162,000

Address: Lot 2 Sand Lake Rd., Smooth Rock Falls, ON

Description: A two-storey cottage with a real classic to feel it. The place puts you only a couple of steps away from the lake.

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Red-Roofed Cottage

Price: $245,000

Address: 34 Chain Of Lakes Rd., Moonbeam, ON

Description: This dreamy cottage gives you a panoramic view of the lake and is the perfect summer getaway.

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Modern Cottage

Price: $199,900

Address: 26 Riverview St., Nipigon, ON

Description: This place is not only incredibly modern and spacious; it also scenically overlooks the lake.

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Cottage By The Docks

Price: $145,000

Address: 15 Domaine Du Portage Rd., Moonbeam, ON

Description: This quaint cottage makes up for what it lacks in space with its unbeatable location.

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Little Blue Cottage

Price: $145,000

Address: 230 Lake Dalrymple Rd., Sebright, ON

Description: An affordable cottage with enough charm for the whole family.

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Cute Cottage Home

Price: $115,000

Address: 39 Lefebvre Penninsual Rd., Moonbeam, ON

Description: A sizeable lakeside property that comes with its own dock.

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