"The estate is beautiful and I am thrilled it became available this week" said Winter Silversmith, Chief Administrative Officer for Manitou Tourism. "While I am saddened to see the previous tenants move out they have recently purchased three regions in another continent so it is definitely a step-up for them". Mr. Silversmith previously resided in the Muskoka district. Muskoka has been re-developed from exclusive Manitou Tourism staff member residences into estate homes available to the public. Mr. Silversmith's former home at 89 Muskoka Ridge is available to rent with one thousand personal prims available.
"The Paulstone Manor House is a historical landmark built in 1806 by the construction magnate William Paulstone. It is of classic Victorian design and constructed of stone from the once active Paulstone Quarry next door and lumber generated from the clearing of woodlots on Midland and Muskoka." Holden Wrinkle of the Manitoulin Historical Society stated in a telephone interview on Thursday afternoon.
The Paulstone Manor is situated on a hill overlooking the Central Saugeen River and Ptarmigan Park. The beautifully treed front lawn continues down to the Ruins. The Ruins were originally part of the historic Silversmith Farm that burned earlier this year. The land was re-zoned residential and the ruins were attached to the estate as designated greenspace. The decommissioned quarry is located behind the manor house and open to the public as a greenspace. The entire parcel for the estate exceeds six thousand square metres and includes waterfront, greenspaces, and the ruins.
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