1009 Scotts Boathouse Road Baysville, Ontario P0B 1A0

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$3,200,000

Lake of Bays at its best! Built in 2007, this four-season vacation home rests on the coveted south shore, getting some of the most beautiful sunsets you can find! Wide sandy beach with two docks and direct views across the lake to the Bigwin Island Golf Club. Steps from the waters’ edge, the light-filled home has a bright kitchen and living room, four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a screened in Muskoka room, many upgraded features, and was built using ICF. There is also one bedroom and one bath above the large two-car garage. The shoreline is a perfect balance of shallow water and hard-packed sand for children to play, while the dock provides access to deep water for diving and boating. The lot slopes gently to the lake with a nice expansive westerly view, open grassy areas, and lots of privacy from the tall pines over the property. Situated halfway between Baysville and Dorset, this property is very close to the Lake of Bays Tennis Club and Sailing Club. There is excellent cycling, hiking, and cross-country skiing. This property puts you in a central location to enjoy all that Lake of Bays has to offer while providing privacy, peace, and quiet. (id:49605)

Property Details

Price $3,200,000
Bedroom(s) 5
Bathroom(s) 5
Property Type Single Family
Architectural Style 2 Level
Water Front Type Waterfront
Water Front Name Lake Of Bays
1009 Scotts Boathouse Road Baysville, Ontario P0B 1A0

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