This 25 acres property (long property with a small stretch on year around road) is a unique recreational use or cottage building site. It is wooded property on the top end of Muskoka wilderness (10 minutes from Lake Rosseau) surrounded by large acreage treed lots. Crossing the property is the famous Muskoka Shadow River.
Located 30 minutes from the town of Huntsville and 10 minutes from the town of Rosseau and Marina, but at the same time located in a vast remote Muskoka wilderness.
Roll Number: 44 53 010 006 10100 0000
PIN: 48130-0025 (LT)
Property Location and Description: CON 12 PT LOT 28
Municipality: Muskoka Lakes Township
Taxes 2011: $329.28
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1839 Bear Cave Road, Muskoka Lakes, ON, P0B
(look for the comFree signs / it is right of the church)
To Lake Rosseau Marina
5 Miles From Marina
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$54,900 + HST Canadian
Financing is Available
Note: Until confirmed, price is subject to change without notice.
MPAC Property Assessment Notice 2012: $67,000
Yearly Taxes in 2011: $329.28
Classed as Vacant Land not on Water
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The Property is Located in The Famous Muskoka Region
This little Doe Lake property is a beautifully wooded piece of property less than 2 hours from Toronto. Secluded privacy in the trees, yet 30 minutes from Huntsville.
The property is located close to the town of Huntsville and in the famous Muskoka region. Giving you access to access to:
* 1600 fresh water lakes with various public docking
* Little Doe Lake across the street for fishing and swimming
* Trans Canada hiking trails less than 1 km away
* Snowmobiling trails less 1 km away
* Recreation center in Hunstville (if camping go grab a shower)
* Town of Huntsville Tennis, Soccer, Baseball, Playground 30 minutes away
* 10 minutes from access to the famous Lake Rosseau
* Various services in Huntsville such as restaurants, shops, liquor, groceries, hardware stores and more
Property Summary: The Bear Cave land is a marvelous wilderness 25 acre property located on the upper end of Muskoka. While it is only 10 minutes from Lake Rosseau, it is a world away remotely secluded in a vast Muskoka wilderness.
The property is fully wooded, surrounded by 1000’s of acres of other large wooded properties. Idea for the hunter or a family looking to enjoy the splendor of a remote nature experience.
Located on the property is the famous Shadow River.
Close to all the comforts of a large town in Huntsville with its entertainment, culture, restaurants, groceries and shopping. Close to numerous parks and promenades, docking, hospital and some of the most interesting historic and breathtaking natural sites in Canada.
Access to sporting activities such as golf courses, tennis, volleyball, basketball, swimming beaches and outdoor pools.
Located 10 minutes for the property is the town of Rosseau and its Marina.
|Bear Cave Property List of Features|
* Large wooded land parcel located in a vast Muskoka wilderness.
* 10 minutes away from Lake Rosseau
* Road frontage for year around access
* RU zoning for building a cottage or home
* Next to hydro and telephone wires
* Cell phone coverage
| Near Area|
* 10 minute drive to the Town of Rosseau and Marina
* 30 minute drive to Hunstville
* 10 minute drive to public beach
* 30 minute drive to Recreation center. With showers, pools, tennis, soccer, baseball fields, etc.
* Muskoka region with its vast assortment of natural and cultural activities
|Bear Cave Area List of Features|
Birds of Prey
Fishing Boat Rentals
Muskoka Region Things To Do
- Gambling & Shows
Sport Boat Rentals
YMCA Fitness Center/Gym
More Area Information
The Town of Rosseau and Lake Rosseau is a ten minute drive from the property. Originally known as Helmsley, Rosseau was not really known about until Mr. W H Pratt built Rosseau House in 1870 at the north end of Lake Rosseau. It was Mr. Pratt who didn’t like the name Helmsley and asked that it be renamed Rosseau, when he requested a post office be opened. Even though the name Rosseau was used the name was not officially changed until 1926, when the village of Rosseau was incorporated.
Taking a Stroll in Downtown Huntsville
The property is 10 minutes from the town of Rosseau about 20 minutes from Seguin (pop. 3988) or if you want to go to the “big city” Port Carling (pop. 6,900) and Huntsville (pop. 20,000) are a bit further away.
Huntsville is a four-season vacation – land with something for the whole family. Golf on some of the finest courses to be found in Ontario. Hike through breathtaking Algonquin Park. Take a leisurely stroll along the main street and enjoy the unique gift shops or visit one of several historic sites in the area. Enjoy a night out at one of the many fine restaurants the area has to offer. In the fall you will be captivated by the collage of colours.
Many Things to See and Do In The Muskoka Region
The Muskoka region was found by National Geographic Traveler magazine to be one of the must-see places in the world.
The Muskoka region awakens with the Spring. There is a vast assortment of things to see and do. Given the natural beauty of the region and the tourism events, there is something for every taste and interest. You and your family can visit a museum, hike a pristine trail, star gaze, relax in front of bonfire, swim in sparkling waters, shop for that perfect piece of art, sip some local wine or beer on a dock, get up close and personal with wildlife, pamper yourself at a spa, give your taste buds a treat, photograph stunning vistas, or enjoy one of the many events and festivals which reflect Muskoka’s charm and uniqueness. Whether you feel like being outdoors or indoors, whether you are a beginner or an expert, whatever the season, whatever the budget, Muskoka has something for everyone.
Other Interesting & Helpful Links for Your Vacation
- Public Boat Launches In Area
- North Lake Rosseau Association
- Town of Huntsville, Ontario
- Muskoka Magazine
- Village of Rosseau Information