June 2019

Found 3 blog entries for June 2019.

Brandy Lake - Lake of the Week


Located just 7 minutes from Port Carling and 20 minutes from Bracebridge, Brandy Lake has the perfect combination of tranquility and convenience. The lake gets its name from the colour of the water which is naturally dark because of the organic material in the lake.

Since the lake is smaller there is less boat traffic which makes it perfect for water sports such as canoeing, kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding. There are other great benefits to the small size of Brandy Lake like a scenic shoreline and a quieter more relaxing environment.


If you are looking to have some fun on your boat there is a boat launch on Pickerel Lane which is on the northern part of the lake. Once you are on the water, you can pull out your fishing rod and

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Located 25 minutes Southwest of Huntsville, Skeleton Lake is a truly unique area and a great place to have your summer home. One of the best things about Skeleton Lake is the water quality. It is has some of the clearest water in the region making it possible to see 9.1 meters deep. There is a healthy fish population of smallmouth bass, lake trout, walleye, lake whitefish, and burbot.

Once you have arrived there are plenty of activities to choose from. For you boat lovers out there, the lake allows motorized vehicles and the Skeleton Lake Marina is nearby for all of your boating needs. If you are big into cycling why not try out the Skeleton Lake bike loop? It’s a 90km round trip ride from the Huntsville Centennial Centre. You won’t be

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 "I am Looking at Purchasing a Waterfront Property..a Waterfront......Yes.. a Waterfront"

 By Steve Keshen-Managing Broker Royal LePage Lakes of Muskoka Realty

When I was selling real estate in Toronto, a major part of my business was condominium sales. Buyers would approach me, "Steve, I am looking to purchase a condo." My first couple of questions to the buyer were generally easy to answer, typically where do you want to live and what is your budget? After that, my questions became a little more challenging to the buyer. What style of building are you looking for (high rise/low rise/boutique/hard loft/townhouse/stacked townhouse...and more). I would also ask them to consider building amenities, proximity to the subway, parking as well as a variety

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