Real Estate Blog - Blog Archive: August, 2022

If you are in the market for a cottage in Muskoka, Morrison Lake is always a great choice. Conveniently located 23 kilometres southwest of the town of Gravenhurst, Morrison Lake is slightly rounded in shape, providing most cottages with excellent views, and it has a more sandy shoreline than most lakes in the area. The lake is fed by a river flowing from Muldrew Lake, and at the south end, a stream flows into the Severn River; over 5% of the shoreline is environmentally protected land. The lake offers a fantastic cottage experience with nearby access to a huge selection of amenities.

If you are looking for an out-of-the-way, relaxing cottage experience in Muskoka, this is for you. Morrison Lake offers absolutely gorgeous sunset views from almost…

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Have you always wondered what owning your own cottage by the lake would feel like? How relaxing, would it be to sip that much-needed cup of coffee while enjoying stunning lake views? If you’ve started to picture yourself there, let us welcome you to the perfect setting for your daydream. This is Lake Cecebe. 

Located in the beautiful Almaguin Highlands, just west of the village of Burk’s Falls, Lake Cecebe has a most unusual shape. With a surface area of over 7 kilometers squared, this lake has a shoreline stretching over 30 km. Just think of the fun and exciting things you can do with that!

Lake Cecebe is home to a fantastic park, Lions Park. The grounds include a playground, picnic tables, a beach and a dock area. It’s a great place to meet…

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Welcome to Sparrow Lake. This southernmost lake in the Muskoka region is situated south of the town of Gravenhurst, Ontario and is a major part of the Trent Severn Waterway, which means you’ll no doubt spot all of the amazing boats rolling by on their way from Lake Couchiching to Georgian Bay. It’s close enough to the city for a weekend or week-long getaway, yet far enough away to forget your worries. The lake was named after William Sparrow, an Englishman, who fished and hunted the area in the 19th century, and whose mysterious disappearance has sparked many a rumour.

Controversy aside, you’ll absolutely love Sparrow Lake. You’ll get out of the city and unwind on the beautiful shores of this medium-sized lake. Embrace tranquillity from a Muskoka…

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