The vision of Gideon Harkness House has not only survived but has flourished in the conception of this wonderful property. The main house, constructed in 1860 and re-imagined by the current owners, is situated on the crest of the hill side with sunset views over the inlet from Georgian Bay into the town of Owen Sound. The farm, known as Aldersyde, is the site of two sketches by Tom Thomson, the brother of Elizabeth Harkness who lived at the farm with her husband in the early 1900s. A close drive to the town centre, offering all services, the perfectly constructed stone farm house has enjoyed a full renovation and is totally updated from top to bottom. The quality of the original build is even realized in the basement which is completely dry and, in the future, could be further developed into a wine cellar or additional living space with a walkout to further enjoy thew view. The land, 100 acres in total, has a fantastic mix of level farmland and sloping terrain which offers an abundant amount of privacy as well as a playground for outdoor activities such as hiking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, not to mention the waters edge social area beside the natural spring fed swimming pond located just down the hill from the house. Being only two and half hours from Toronto, the property provides the best of all worlds, big water views, access to Georgian Bay and 100% turn key condition.