Welcome to 9418 County Rd 30 in Havelock. This LOVELY COUNTRY HOME OFFERS 4 BEDROOMS!!! And sits on a beautiful 2.6 Acres with a Barn. Gorgeous Hardwood Floors throughout most of the house. Large Family Size Kitchen that offers 2 walkouts, one to a side porch and the other to a Bright Sunroom. Family Room has a Fireplace and a Picture Window. Formal Living & Dining Rooms. High Ceilings throughout. 2 Bathrooms have been recently updated. This home has alot of the original character!!!! An Absolute Must See!
Lovely Country Home Offers 4 Bedrooms!!! And Sits On A Beautiful 2.6 Acres With A Barn. Gorgeous Hardwood Floors Throughout Most Of The House. Large Family Size Kitchen That Offers 2 Walkouts, One To A Side Porch And The Other To A Bright Sunroom. Family Room Has A Fireplace And A Picture Window. Formal Living & Dining Rooms. High Ceilings Throughout. 2 Bathrooms Have Been Recently Updated. This Home Has Alot Of The Original Character.
Frontage - 166.6 Depth - 562.07 Irregular - 2.6 Acres
Attached Garage (1)
Total Parking Spaces
|Family room||Main level||3.35 x 5.91 (meters)|
|Living room||Main level||3.9 x 4.66 (meters)|
|Dining room||Main level||2.93 x 3.81 (meters)|
|Kitchen||Main level||4.27 x 4.45 (meters)|
|Sunroom||Main level||1.88 x 5.79 (meters)|
|Primary Bedroom||Second level||3.41 x 6.89 (meters)|
|Bedroom 2||Second level||3.57 x 3.57 (meters)|
|Bedroom 3||Second level||3.38 x 3.58 (meters)|
|Bedroom 4||Second level||3.38 x 3.75 (meters)|
Havelock is a community that became part of the Havelock-Belmont-Methuen township after amalgamation with Belmont and Methuen Townships in 1998. The most predominant language is English while a small part of the population speaks French with a similar size of the population speaking both languages. The population was counted at 4523 in the last population census in 2011 for the Havelock-Belmont-Methuen Township.
Havelock is part of the region Havelock-Belmont-Methuen having been integrated as an independent village in 1892. The community was named after British general Sir Henry Havelock. Early businesses in Havelock included a post office, store, bakery, a blacksmith and a millinery located south of the current village. The current village was developed on filled land by north of the former village site incorporated in 1892 and with the first full passenger train stopping by in 1884, Havelock became an important freight depot from the 1880s to the 1960s. In 1998 the village of Havelock was amalgamated with the township of Belmont-Methuen to form the current township of Havelock-Belmont-Methuen.
Havelock offers a wide array of recreational activities.
If you like the outdoors, you will love Havelock. Local Lake Kasshabog is a beautiful lake, perfect for boating and fishing and Quackenbush Provincial park provides relaxing scenery.
Some of the attractions in the region include the Havelock County Jamboree, Canadian Canoe Museum, The Gut Conservation Area, Havelock Recreation and Performance Motor Show, HaveRock Revival, Indian reptile zoo, Mathison property, Norwood Fair, Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge and the Riverview Park and Zoo. The High Spring Trading Post and Saddlery provides a historic experience with a wild western theme.
There are numerous great restaurants to explore local cuisines and more. Additionally, there are hotels and vacation hostels available for accommodation in the Havelock community.