Famous Hawkstone Manor Estate On Stoney Lake Currently Listed For $4,250,000

Ronnie "The Hawk" Hawkin's famous Hawkstone Manor Estate on Stoney Lake near Peterborough, which has been on and off the market over the years at different prices, is currently listed for $4,250,000.

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This one of a kind waterfront estate and farm property in the Kawarthas—it's described as "Canada's Graceland" on the listing—has over 3,300 feet of lakefront shoreline and is situated on 175 acres.

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According to the listing, celebrity guests to Hawkstone Manor over the years include: John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Gordon Lightfoot (who wrote his hit "Sundown" at the estate during his many visits there), Kris Kristofferson, Robbie Robertson, Kenny Rogers, Rush, Blue Rodeo, Ian and Sylvia Tyson, and more.

Ronnie Hawkins, Kris Kristofferson and Gordon Lightfoot at Hawkstone Manor in May 2016 (Photo via The Weber Brothers, Facebook page)

Ronnie Hawkins, Kris Kristofferson and Gordon Lightfoot at Hawkstone Manor in May 2016 (Photo via The Weber Brothers, Facebook page)

Most recently, in May 2016, "The Hawk", Gordon Lightfoot and Kris Kristofferson gathered at the Hawkstone studio on the estate to record a cover of "Me & Bobby McGee". 

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The estate—which is more museum than house with its living history, and is well known among cottagers on the lake and an attraction to boaters and tourists—features 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms in the main house, two guest cottages at the shore and a large special events barn.

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Here are more photos below from the listing...

Notice the picture of Ronnie with Bill Clinton

Notice the picture of Ronnie with Bill Clinton

And the breathtaking view of Stoney where Gordon Lightfoot wrote "Sundown" is pretty epic...

You can watch a great video giving you an idea of the scope of the beautiful property here.

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