A Toronto family has converted a decommissioned school from the 1960s into their family home and a bed-and breakfast.
Listed at just $256,000, Alysa Hawkins and her husband Jesse Parker found a different life in Prince Edward County with their three daughters.
The 10,600 square-foot building sits on eight acres of land, which includes a playing fiend and a baseball diamond - they got the price down to $190,000 after negotiations because of the amount of work that would have to go into the new home.
Located two hours east of Toronto, Prince Edward County's beautiful countryside, vineyards and proximity to Lake Ontario have has become a thriving tourism scene.
Each bedroom is a full-sized former classroom, the gym has become a great room with a stage, and the old teacher's lounge is the guest kitchen.
The old school now has three suites dedicated to their B&B, named "South Milford" which is open to guests in the summer months. With many other B&B's unwilling to accept families with children and pets, the South Milford B&B is excited to take both.
The stage / great room has also become a regular concert venue for the town.
Their vegetable garden, chickens and upcoming plans for bees and a brewery will be keeping the family busy as they welcome new guests.