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How to Own a Piece of Ontario Cottage Country for $199,000

Inside a unit at Horseshoe Resort & Village

If you ever wanted to own a vacation home but didn’t want the hassle of maintaining it, Horseshoe Resort & Village has an offer you can’t refuse. Check out their Copeland House community, which has whole-ownership units (one bedroom, one bedroom plus den, or two bedrooms) starting at $199,900. Best of all, Horseshoe Resort’s stellar amenities, including a golf course, ski hill, restaurant and Shizen Spa, are just steps away. See horseshoevillage.com for details on Phase One and Phase Two.

 

One response to “How to Own a Piece of Ontario Cottage Country for $199,000”

  1. As far as spas are concerned there are probably over thirty in the whole
    island group so you are not restricted for choice. Note most of them
    are destination spas – you stay there as if it was a hotel and some of
    them are on islands off Vancouver Island. There is a sort of alternative
    life-style feel about most of these spas. They are for
    get-away-from-it-all visits

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