Blend country living with urban convenience in this charming Cotswolds-inspired design house of stucco-covered brick, with steep roofs, diamond pattern windowpanes, tall stone chimneys and stone faced concrete foundation. Designed by architect William Rae of Toronto, noted for residences in Rosedale, the Annex and also for the repurposed SSJE Chapel in Bracebridge. The property includes tall hedges, a lawn, beautiful gardens as well as 2 acres of forest along the Muskoka river with 230 feet of irregular granite shoreline. No pesticides have been used for over 25 years. It is remarkably quiet. The interior of this spacious house offers some unique features including a stunning plaster work of an indigenous mother and child by noted Canadian artist, vaulted living room ceiling with riverfront view of private woodland ravine and French doors leading to an enclosed Muskoka room, screened in summer.