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Ontario Island Home For Sale Has So Many Rooms You'll Get Lost

If you've ever wanted to escape the modern world for something a little quieter, this might be the home for you.

One Heydon Island is a dreamy cottage estate that sits on a sweeping 23 acres of land and comes with so many rooms you'll get lost.

However, if you're looking to move into this hidden spot, you'll probably want to get another job because it is currently selling for a whopping $8.3 million.

Kai Peter Tukums | RE/MAX

The 17-room spot is located on Kingsford Point, which is one of Lake Muskoka's most desirable locations.

Kai Peter Tukums | RE/MAX

The property was smartly constructed on the island's north end to give it optimal sun exposure.

Kai Peter Tukums | RE/MAX

While it may be hard to get UberEats while on an island, thankfully, the home's kitchen is well-suited for cooking pretty much any kind of feast.

Kai Peter Tukums | RE/MAX

Its games room, which has plenty of room for a billiards table, will also help you from getting bogged down on rainy days.

Kai Peter Tukums | RE/MAX

Of course, the ability to explore your own private nature also has its perks. You can get lost for as long as you want.

Kai Peter Tukums | RE/MAX

Island Super Cottage

Kai Peter Tukums | RE/MAX

Price: $8,395,000

Address: 1 Heydon Island, Muskoka, ON

Description: A one-of-a-kind Ontario getaway.

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