This 1/2 acre property (with 323.08 feet road frontage) is a unique back-waterfront recreational use or cottage building site. It is a privately located wooded property giving affordable access to Sunny Lake just across the road and a public boat launch just around the corner.
Property is located five minutes from the town of Gravenhurst, giving the lake and the close amenities of the town.
It is zoned for building as a RB-7 (residential backlot zoned use for building a cottage or home).
Roll Number: 44 02 020 001 11202 0000
PIN: 48180-0407 (LT)
Property Location and Description: CON 2 PT LOT 8 PLAN M369 BLK C
Municipality: Gravenhurst Town
Taxes 2011: $202.62
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$34,900 + HST Canadian
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Note: Until confirmed, price is subject to change without notice.
MPAC Property Assessment Notice 2012: $21,000
Yearly Taxes in 2011: $202.60
classified as Vacant Land not on Water
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The Property is Located in The Famous Muskoka Region
This Sunny Lake property is a beautifully wooded piece of property less than 2 hours from Toronto. Secluded privacy in the trees with lake access across the road and public boat ramp around the corner.
The property is located 5 minutes from the town of Gravenhurst and in the famous Muskoka region. Giving you access to access to:
* 1600 fresh water lakes with various public docking options
* Sunny Lake across the street for boating, fishing and swimming
* Sunny Lake public boat ramp and the corner from property
* Trans Canada hiking trails less than 1 km away
* Snowmobiling trails less 1 km away
* YMCA Fitness and Recreation center 5 minutes away (if camping go grab a shower)
* Town of Gravenhurst Tennis, Soccer, Baseball, Playground 5 minutes away
* 10 minutes from access to the famous Trent Severn Waterway
* Various services in Gravenhurst such as restaurants, shops, liquor, groceries, hardware stores and more
Location: Sunny Lake, Gravenhurst, in Muskoka Ontario, Canada
The Sunny Lake Land Parcel is a wooded property across the street from Sunny Lake and around the corner from the public boat launch. Minutes away from Gravenhurst for access to all services and facilities, but far enough to enjoy the quiet splendors of nature.
This 1/2 acre property (with 323.08 feet road frontage) zoned as RB-7 (for building a cottage or home). With access to Sunny Lake across the street for swimming, fishing or boating.
The affordable water-backlot is across the road from Sunny Lake and situated 5 minutes away from Gravenhurst and is nestled in the vibrant natural and cultural Muskoka Tourist Region.
Town of Gravenhurst offers culture, restaurants and shopping. Close to public beaches, numerous parks and promenades, public boat launching, golf courses and the Muskoka Region with some of the most interesting historic and breathtaking natural sites in the world.
|Sunny Lake Property List of Features|
* Wooded land parcel
across the street from Sunny Lake
* Access to Sunny Lake public boat launch around the corner
* Road frontage with year around access
* RB-7 zoning for building a year around cottage or home
* Next to hydro and telephone wires
* Cell phone coverage
| Near Area|
* 5 minute drive to Gravenhurst
* 5 minute drive to YMCA recreation
* 5 minute drive to Tennis, Soccer, Baseball fields, etc.
* 5 minute drive to retail, service and entertainment
* Muskoka region with its vast assortment of natural and cultural activities
|Sunny Lake Area Information List of Features|
Birds of Prey
Fishing Boat Rentals
Muskoka Region Things To Do
- Gambling & Shows
Sport Boat Rentals
Sunny Lake is about 3 miles east of Gravenhurst and accessed by exiting on to the Doe Lake Road from Hwy #11. Follow Doe Lake Road to Tomingas Road, a paved year round road, which leads you to the lake. On one side of the lake are cottages The opposite side is completely undeveloped and provides a sense of wilderness. Boat to the south end of the lake and you will not see any cottages because it is all Crown Land. Sunny Lake is one of many ‘finger’ lakes in the area, gouged from the Grey Granite Rock by the glacier millions of years ago. On a map you can almost follow the glaciers path as it continued to cut pathways thru Three Mile Lake, and down Deep Bay on Kahshe Lake. Sunny Creek joins Sunny Lake and Three Mile Lake and the water falls about 25 feet through broken rock and a beaver dam from Three Mile Lake into Kahshe Lake.
A quiet lake, Sunny is ideal for the canoe and paddle boat and with a portage you can follow the glaciers path. There are a few year round homes on Sunny Lake but 80% are still cottages split between summer only and those that have been winterized. The proximity to Gravenhurst and the quiet pristine nature of the lake make it a popular choice for lakefront owners. The water is about 45 feet deep, particularly on the East side and most of the bays are closer to 20 in depth.
Your catch of the day will likely be a smallmouth bass but like many lakes the Northern Pike has also taken hold and feeds on the numerous ‘pan’ fish including sunfish, brown catfish and a variety of minnows. Surprisingly, Muskie are not reported by the Ministry of Natural Resources even though they were put into Three Mile Lake by two locals in the 1950′s. The Muskoka Granite shoreline is interspersed with White Pine, Birch, Oak and Maple trees. The trees seem stunted because most of the soil was stripped away by the glacier. There is a public launch site for boats. Cottages on Sunny Lake sell for up to $400,000.00.
Taking a Stroll in Downtown Gravenhurst
The Sunny Lake property is located about 5 minutes from the Town of Gravenhurst (pop. 11,640, grows in the summer) to south on Hwy 6. Gravenhurst is a small and quaint town with a cottage country charm. But it also offers a wide assortment of retail, services and entertainment.
Many Things to See and Do In The Muskoka Region
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 The Property and Area
- Great Assortment of Public Boat Launches In The Area For Exploring Various Lakes
- Government Trent Severn Guide
- Town of Gravenhurst, Ontario
- Muskoka Magazine
- Gravenhurst Region And Events Information