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Hi all

I've got an old stone home soon to be for sale in Cambridge Ontario. It have a very large front lawn which I've been converting into food gardens. The soil is very nutrient rich and things grow well here. In all the property size is just about 1/4 of a acre. I would really like if someone who is interested in keeping the gardens and expanding them would take over because I'm sad to leave them, but the house it too big for just the two of us and we have 2 other properties that we would like to develop. Let me know if anyone is interested or even if you know someone who might be.  We are located very close to the downtown Galt core and within walking distance to everything, which is lovely. Lots of festivals here, school of Architecture for the UofW and the new Drayton Theatre festival head office will soon be built 3 blocks away.


20 Metcalfe St. Cambridge ON if you want to google map it

The stone house... this map pict is from 2009, more gardens now.

Thanks
Jane


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