Stone-Ayr, a tranquil riverine retreat in Ottawa, Canada, encompasses 60 lawned and wooded acres with 1,000 feet of waterfront on the Ottawa River.
Its lifestyle amenities include an equestrian barn, a lighted tennis court, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a pool house with changing rooms, a beach house, a floating boat dock, a barn, and two workshops.
The manor’s ground-floor entrance foyer introduces a double-height living room with an oversized stone fireplace and Palladian-style windows. The lower level also provides a billiards room with wet bar; a sitting room with a fireplace; and the indoor saltwater swimming pool.
Upstairs, the formal dining space flows to an imperially scaled kitchen with its own fireplace, and a glass-floored balcony with a circular staircase descending to a private terrace.
Further highlights include a study, library, an exercise room, office, and hobby room, all richly detailed with Douglas fir-paneled ceilings, exposed stone elements, and hardwood oak floors.
The upper floor houses the owner’s suite and three additional bedrooms.
There are 12 bedrooms, 12 full bathrooms, and four partial baths in total, including a three-bedroom guest house and a cottage with a loft.