Log home by Tradition Home.

“Harmony Lodge” Log House

Circa 1850

A Muskoka vacationland classic lodge that stood on the shore of Lake Rosseau for over a century!

Once the summer home of Canada’s whiskey Baron, Hiram Walker, this grand log estateeven counted Royalty as its guests.Tradition Home has carefully deconstructed this beauty to preserve it for a new owner who will rebuild on a new location—an island or lakeshore would be ideal! Large enough, at over 3000 square feet, this log building is suitable for a large family and all their guests. It would make a great bed and breakfast, inn or golf club clubhouse.

With fireplaces galore, gleaming wide pine floors and Tradition windows in thermopane, this could be a wonderful year-round residence or country escape! Beamed ceilings in every room will add ambience and charm. Don’t miss this opportunity to own a wonderful historic log inn!

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NOTE: Some of the images on this page are artist renderings of the house as rebuilt and completed.

Vintage pioneer log homes from Tradition Design Inc.
Vintage log Homes from Tradition Home

Above: “Harmony Lodge” sign at original Muskoka location.
At Left: Artist’s concept of rebuilt lodge.
Below: Dramatic view of the log walls and prch at original site.
Bottom: Plans to rebuild included with purchase. Family room addition optional.

Vintage Log House from Tradition Home Designs