Caledon, ON’s 28,000 Sq. Ft. Hawkridge Farm Mansion on 160 Acres Reduced to $14.95M, Prev. $24M
17485 McLaren Road, Caledon, Ontario, Canada, L7K 1R8
About an hour’s drive from the hustle and bustle of Toronto’s downtown core you can be transported to a property so vast, so unique that you’ll feel as if you’re in the English countryside. Welcome to Caledon, Ontario’s prized Hawkridge Farm, a sprawling 160 acre compound where a mature landscape with forests, fishing ponds, walking trails, gardens and an abundance of wildlife are quite literally all in your backyard. Previously on the market as much as $24,000,000 CAD, the sprawling estate has been reduced to $14,950,000 CAD. The crowning jewel of the property is a 28,000 square foot main residence designed in the Tudor Gothic style with 10 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms. The mansion was designed by architect Thierry Despont for George Ross Eaton in the late 80s with construction lasting until the mid-1990s. Construction costs are rumoured to have exceeded $20,000,000 CAD. Recently upgraded to the highest standards, the main house includes Mahogany windows, nine fireplaces, plaster crown mouldings, an indoor pool, an underground parking garage and sprawling stone terraces allowing one to gaze at the natural beauty. Additional buildings include a gate house, a luxury coach house apartment, a guest cottage across the driveway from the main house and a guest loft apartment over the garden garage near the main house. The property also includes a sporting clays course designed by John Burka, a maple sugar shack producing 20-35 gallons of maple syrup per acre per season and approximately 3-4 km of intertwined hiking trails. Without question, this is the finest country offering available. Hawk Ridge Farm, is unmatched in terms of natural beauty, quality of infrastructure and proximity to Toronto. It’s on the market for $14,950,000 CAD with John Dunlap.