It might be time to start packing your bags because there is a new property on the Ontario market and it's a pretty unique one. This property really does allow you to be 'king of the castle', or, at least, king of the village. There's no risk of annoying neighbours in this town because the entire thing could belong to you! This Ontario historic village is on the market right now, and you can actually live in it.

Located just north of Orangeville, Ontario is a tiny village in need of a new owner. The private property is home to several historic buildings, some of which date back to the 1890s. It's like living on a film set.

The property comes with five separate buildings set upon 10 acres of land. The old log house, which was refurbished 30 years ago, is full of charm. There's a barn, a shop, the original Mono Townhall, and a church with a parish. You can be mayor of your very own mini-town.

The property also features a small pond with a waterfall, as well as some gorgeous trees that are over a century old. The three-bedroom home has a quaint, rustic interior, with a beautiful stone fireplace and exposed log walls.

The land is listed for $1,600,000 and comes with endless possibilities. It's a perfect destination to open a business or to just enjoy your very own private kingdom!

Compared to a variety of Toronto homes that market well over $1.6 million, owning an entire village for the same price sounds like a steal. 

A new study done this summer revealed that the price of homes in Toronto is actually skyrocketing. In fact, the average housing price in the Leaside area was $2.1 million, while those in the Trinity-Bellwoods area were as high as $1.9 million. 

 

 

 

The possibilities of what to do with this land are endless. You could host your own cute little bed and breakfast, or move into the village to have the ultimate people-free haven. 

Historic Village

Price: $1,600,000 

Why You Need It: You could own your very own small town, complete with a church and town hall!


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