And because part of what was on offer! An early c.19 yellow Colonial American style inn, which once stood along highway 2 east of Cobourg, was rescued by a dedicated family of passionate old house restorers, and resettled near Fish Lake in Prince Edward County.
And just next door, on the bucolic 12 acres, one's own church. Another saved building, a prim serene white frame neoclassical church.
|church...a short walking distance from your comfy home|
From your window, across the road among the lilacs would be the oxblood red c.1818 DeMille house. The story of that worthy home's rescue has been told many times in Century Home magazine. A mini-version appeared on this blog in November 2011.
|log cabin moved from Indian Point|
|the lovely log cabin cat - good luck to everyone!|