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With the average cost of property in Canada at around half a million dollars these days, bargain housing is becoming harder to find. However, if you don’t mind the rural life or living in a cottage, you may be in luck. Check out these cabins in Canada that you can buy for under $150,000.
This historic two bedroom, two bathroom cabin—on two acres—was built around 1890. It has been expertly restored both inside and out. The exterior has had a new deck added recently, which has direct views across the road to the Minas Basin Inner Harbour. Interior upgrades include adding another bathroom, as well as upgrading the existing one. There is also new flooring. From your bargain cabin, you can walk to various beaches and the Parrsboro Wharf.
For under $150,000 you can own a furnished waterfront property on Prince Edward Island. This two bedroom cottage is located on one acre and has views of the Sou’west River from its back deck. It’s located in Clinton, which is near the Red Shores Golf Course. You can expect peace and quiet in the neighbourhood, as the cottage is surrounded by greenery, and housing is sparse. Clinton is only a 40 minute drive from Charlottetown, too.
Located in a small town near Prince George in central British Columbia, this two bedroom A-framed cabin has been the current owners’ “home away from home” for over 10 years. It’s within walking distance from Cluculz Lake and has a galley kitchen, loft, and beautiful deck. The only downside to this rural escape is that there is no running water. However, according to the owners, the “neighbours have a great flowing well so there is a good water supply, and the outhouse gives a person the camping experience.”
Located in Prince Edward County’s Cherry Valley, this cabin at Cherry Beach Resort is a great vacation home for Ontario residents. Only two years old, the cabin features two bedrooms, a full-sized kitchen, and a large outdoor living area with its own flat screen television. Amenities at the waterfront resort include a saltwater pool, sandy beach, children’s playground, and tennis and basketball courts. It’s also minutes away from world-renowned Sandbanks Provincial Park.
This three bedroom seasonal cottage is a must-see for Winnipeg residents. It’s located in Lester Beach, which is just over an hour north of Winnipeg, on the shores of Lake Winnipeg. It is the perfect summer vacation home in Manitoba, with a sunroom, front and back decks, and pine-panelled walls and ceiling. A sandy beach is a short walk from the property, which is being sold with some appliances and contents included.
This waterfront cabin has a lot of positives. It’s only five minutes from the village, or a 20-minute drive from Saint John. The cabin is also surrounded by large trees, so it is very private. It has its own beach, and there is shallow water close to the shoreline, which is perfect for launching small boats or kayaks. The cabin is being sold with all furniture, and although it’s currently used as a three-season house, the current owner believes it could be converted into a year-round property.
A Great Blue Resort like Cherry Beach Resort, Bellmere Winds Resort is currently selling many cottages for a steal. Phase 2 of the development is currently under way, with prices beginning from $80,900. The waterfront resort is located on Rice Lake, and is less than two hours north of Toronto. There is an onsite 18-hole championship golf course, as well as a pool, sports courts, playground, and sandy beach. The two and three bedroom cottages are fully furnished, with full decks, central air, and professional furnishings.
Looking for a summer home away from home in Manitoba? Well, Lakeshore Heights is a small cottage community that’s only an hour’s drive from Winnipeg. This cabin in particular has three bedrooms, a living and dining area, and two bathrooms. The cabin—built in 1975—also has a sun room, and decks out the front and back. There’s a beach less than two blocks from the cottage, or the famous Grand Beach on Lake Winnipeg is only a few minutes away.
In the Bas-Saint-Laurent region of rural Quebec you will find this amazing restored historic cottage. Built in 1890, this home features three bedrooms and one bathroom over two storeys. There is wood panelling on the walls throughout, as well as a lot of wooden and antique furnishings in most rooms. The village is located about a three-hour drive northeast of Quebec City.
Another waterfront property coming in at just under $150,000. This three-bedroom cottage in Ontario’s Muskoka region is on a large grassy block that borders a small river. It has a large back deck, some wooden panelling, and a small dock. It’s a very private property about three hours from Toronto, and near Algonquin Provincial Park. The park is known for its impressive fall foliage.