Brumasole Farm developed from a 20+ year
friendship and a love affair with “The County” (Prince Edward
All of the 5 owners had been touched by the charm of the area,
and had a similar passion for the century farms in the area.
Will Tammel, a native of the county, born and raised in
Bloomfield, returned from Toronto with his wife Joanne to settle
on Shannon Road, to raise their family and renovate a century
Joanne’s mother and father Doreen and
Charles Britton, followed a few years later, after they had
retired from their careers in Toronto, to also renovate a
Mike and Sandy Lamb along with their small children would make
the annual trek from North of Toronto, to visit with the Tammels,
enjoying time spent relaxing at the beach and sightseeing tours
by their hosts. They fell in love with the area and after each
visit became more and more convinced that they wanted to own a
piece of paradise in the county. And, as a note, they also had
renovated a century home North of Toronto!
As fate would have it a gorgeous farm property, close to Cherry
Valley and Milford, was spotted and intrigued the partners. The
property was not only beautiful but steeped in history.
Brumasole farm was available for purchase and they became the
proud owners of a “diamond in the rough” as it was heard
described. All agreed that it would someday be a perfect
vacation rental property..
Quickly the talented partners, which include a cabinetmaker and
a contractor among other skills, began the task of lovingly
restoring the farmhouse. After 1-1/2 years Brumasole Farm has
been brought back to its former splendour and is now available
for your rental.
The home offers a fully equipped, large eat-in gourmet kitchen
with a centre island plan; 5 beautifully appointed bedrooms,
provided with linens; two bright and clean bathrooms (large bath
towels to be supplied by renters); as well as a large family
living room with a TV & DVD included. Also, there is a large
dining room adjacent to the kitchen with a dining table to seat
10 people for casual dinners, or perhaps even a week long game
of monopoly! The ceiling of both the living room and dining room
should be noted for their lovely tin design. Also, a washer and
dryer are available for your convenience.