European inspired country mansion surrounded by 200 acres of pristine forest
Welcome to the premier property in Mulmur Township, just south of the charming village of Creemore. Built in harmony with nature in a setting that improves one's well being, an estate such as this very rarely comes on the market. Just 60 minutes from Pearson International Airport and 1½ hours from downtown Toronto, Amberwood Estate is the only 200-acre property available in what has come to be known as the Hamptons of Toronto, complete with a spectacular, exceptionally well-maintained home designed by Jim Pearson / JF Brennan. Extremely private, Amberwood Estate is a virtual nature preserve in the gently rolling hills of Mulmur, a four-season community where nature and tranquility are paramount.
Treed hills, starry skies, clean air—this is a place where stresses fall away and vanish on the breeze.
LISTED AT $6,850,000 CDN | SOLD
This home is an exceptional residence reminiscent of the grand country houses of Provence. Designed by architect Jim Pearson, constructed by JF Brennan and featured in House & Home magazine, it is notable for its bespoke craftsmanship and period materials—from the antique chimney pots dotting the roofline to the Texas limestone fireplace with imported Belgian firebox dominating the Great Room.
Details and Features
The home offers 3 bedroom suites each with their own spa like bathroom, and a fourth bedroom currently being utilized as a den.
An elegant powder room off the foyer brings the total number of bathrooms to 4.
Total square footage is 4992 sf plus a full unfinished basement perfect for storage, workshop and more. Four grand fireplaces
add drama and comfort in cooler months
This home is an exceptional residence reminiscent of grand European country houses. A Jim Pearson/JF Brennan design and featured in House & Home magazine, it is notable for its bespoke craftsmanship and period materials—from the antique chimney pots dotting the roofline to the Texas limestone fireplace with imported Belgian fire throw dominating the Great Room.