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This Ontario Mansion For Sale Is Incredibly Under $550,000 & Just 90 Minutes From Toronto

It has five bedrooms, two porches, and was built in 1885.

This amazing Ontario mansion was listed on Thursday evening and it offers the kind of lifestyle most people only dream of.

This 135-year-old multi-wing farmhouse at 439 First Line in Hagersville even has a butler's kitchen — a second kitchen with its own staircase originally meant for staff to prepare the family's meals behind the scenes.

The house is situated on almost an acre of land, with five bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a huge open eating area.

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Peter Hogeterp

The house is on the outskirts of Hagersville, a tiny town of under 3,000 people southwest of Hamilton.

Though you'd feel like you had the world to yourself, the house is actually just an hour and a half from downtown Toronto, and even closer to the airports in Hamilton and Buffalo.

The house is also as close to Lake Erie as it is to Lake Ontario.

With two large porches on different sides of the house, you could sit outside and gaze across the Ontario countryside and never once have to think about social distancing.

Country Estate

Price: $524,900

Address: 439 First Line, Hagersville, ON

Description: Live in a truly grand farmhouse in the middle of the Ontario countryside that's still a quick commute to Toronto.

Peter Hogeterp

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