Tag Archives: Waterfront

Should I Sell My Cottage Now?

Supply & Demand Currently, we’re in a market that is based on supply and demand microeconomics. According to Wikipedia, this model states simply that in a competitive market, the price for a particular good will vary until it settles at a point where the quantity demanded will equal the quantity supplied resulting in an economic […]

Top 3 Tips When Buying A Cottage

How exciting. You have made the decision to buy a vacation home in Lake of Bays – North Muskoka! You have been on Realtor.ca for the past several months and you can’t wait any longer – now is the time you say. But, before you pick up the phone and make that call to start […]

Oxtongue Lake – Confederation Log Home

  Oxtongue Lake – Offering this beautiful meticulously kept three bedroom confederation Log Home on a level waterfront lot on the shores of scenic and tranquil Oxtongue Lake. This charming cottage features three bedrooms, a finished lower level with walkout to the lakeside, a second-floor loft that makes a wonderful office or fourth bedroom. Open concept kitchen, […]

Walker Lake Cottage

Live & Laugh & Play at Walker Lake Cottage   “Cannonball” on the court or off the dock! Walker Lake cottage brings swimming and tennis right to your door. The initial “approach shot” of this delightful cottage tells the story.  Featuring a lakeside tennis court, a shallow sandy waterfront and cottage with enough room for […]

Cottage and City living combine at Fairy Lake Townhome

  On the shores of Fairy Lake! Welcome to Fairy Lake Townhome, a bright, beautiful home on the shores of Fairy Lake, Muskoka.  This sophisticated home, is located on the shores of Fairy Lake, in the town of Huntsville.  Offering families a unique opportunity to combine the highly sought after lifestyle of cottage living with […]

In Cottage Country – What is a Shore Road Allowance?

What is a Shore Road Allowance? A Shore Road Allowance (sometimes referred to as the original shore road allowance or SRA) runs parallel to the shoreline of most lakes and rivers. To the best of my knowledge they were put in place when the land was first surveyed. Originally being 66 feet wide, the old measure of […]