This is a rural retreat, recently renovated with a gorgeous kitchen—plenty of cupboards, a dishwasher, and a gas range. This farmhouse was built by Scottish settlers in the mid-nineteenth century and has the two-foot thick walls to prove it. Two Jotul stoves—one in the main living area and one in the master bedroom make the house super cosy in the winter but if you don't feel like stoking the fires, the house has a new radiant heat system.
The house sits on a hundred acres of fields and forest to explore. There is lots to explore off the property, too. The villages of Stirling, Madoc, and Tweed are all about fifteen minutes by car.