The Southern Georgian Bay area where our Local REALTORS® live and work
St. Vincent | Town of Meaford
Welcome to the Municipality of Meaford. Like the other communities in the Southern Georgian Bay area, Meaford offers four-season living. Enjoy the Harbour, fresh local food, nature, waterfront campground and more. Gather the family and enjoy a movie in the newly restored 330 seat theatre, concert and movie venue. Downtown Meaford is home to unique shops with delicious places to eat. "The views are amazing, the people are friendly, and the opportunities are endless. It’s all happening, right here in Meaford."
Town of The Blue Mountains
Clarksburg | Craigleith | Thornbury
Welcome to the Town of The Blue Mountains. Synonymous with skiing and four-season recreation, your one-stop for cycling, snow sports, paddling, hiking and relaxation. The Blue Mountains is a combination of urban and rural communities with something for all and all seasons. From Farmers Markets to Golf, Cycling to the Harbour, Blue Mountain Resort to the Scandinave Spa, The Blue Mountains has fantastic amenities, shopping, restaurants and more.
Eugenia |Flesherton | Osprey Township
Welcome to the Municipality of Grey Highlands. Grey Highlands is a growing municipality offering growth in urban, rural and agriculture. Come and enjoy four seasons here, and while you’re at it, check out all the famous waterfalls. Enjoy the wide variety of area amenities from recreation, hiking the Bruce Trail, Osprey Bluffs and the Saugeen and Beaver Rivers, there is something for everyone.
Creemore | New Lowell | Nottawa | former Nottawasaga | Stayner | former Sunnidale
Welcome to the Township of Clearview. Only 2 hours from the GTA, this small rural town spans from the Niagara Escarpment to the wetlands in Minesing. Clearview is the ideal home for those looking for a four-season playground. Clearview offers fantastic dining, quaint shops, amazing outdoor amenities for all and exciting events.
Welcome to Collingwood. A Place To Live, Work & Play! Collingwood is rich with history, architecture, culinary delights, natural beauty and more. Enjoy a day in the Harbour, shopping in downtown Collingwood, or take a heritage walk and experience Collingwood from the 1850s. Collingwood is growing quickly and is a great place that encourages an active lifestyle, inspires artists and welcomes small businesses. Located 90 minutes from Toronto, it allows visitors and residents to experience “big city amenities in a small-harbourfront community.”
Welcome to the Town of Wasaga Beach, home of the longest freshwater beach in the world. People have travelled to the Nottawasaga River and bay for centuries. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy the endless trails for hiking, cycling, snowmobiling and more. If you love fishing, then you have to try the river, enjoy warm waters, panoramic views, restaurants and entertainment only 90 minutes from the GTA.
Welcome to the Township of Tiny – there is nothing tiny about it! Boasting four large water parks, a 23-kilometre recreation trail (which is part of the Trans Canada Trail System), Ontario’s first provincially owned wetland. Also home to Awenda Provincial Park located on the shores of Georgian Bay across the bay from Georgian Bay National Park. The Tiny Township area is a bilingual (French and English) area and has amenities for all, whether you love the water, the land, the town or the country.
Welcome to Penetanguishene. The “Gateway to Georgian Bay” has lots of things to do, no matter the season. Explore the rich history, cultural attractions and natural splendour. Relax in one of Penetanguishene’s parks, hike The Great Trail or take a dip at one of the many beaches. The Historic Port of Penetanguishene offers many waterfront amenities including docking, boat launch and attractions. Being one of Ontario’s oldest communities, a visit to the Museum is a must. Stay, come live, enjoy all the Penetanguishene has to offer.
Welcome to the Town of Midland. Located at the southern end of Georgian Bay’s 30,000 islands, midland is an economic centre to the region. In addition to a small hospital, it also has an airport supporting travel. Midland is host to many events year-round ranging from Sled Fest to Butter Tart Festivals, Northern Heat Series Rib and Craft Beer Fest. Culturally rich, Midland thrives in history, natural beauty and a host of recreational and leisure activities. If you love golf and fishing, then Midland is an ideal place to call home, just two more great reasons to make a move.
Port McNicoll | Victoria Harbour | Waubaushene
Welcome to Tay Township. Located on the shores of Georgian Bay, Tay Township is a place you can call your full-time home. Take in the beauty of the shores, history, recreation, leisure and more. Take a stroll on the Tay Shore Trail, a fully accessible trail that allows a wide variety of activities. If you love road trips, be sure to take a drive on the Georgian Bay Coastal Route and visit the lighthouses and attractions as you go. Explore the history at Sainte-Marie Among The Hurons Mission. Tay Township is host to many attractions, places to eat and shop.
Welcome to the Township of Severn. Founded in 1994 when Simcoe County was restructured, Severn is a blend of rural, urban and vacation living. A great place to live year-round with activities for all. A cycling-enthusiast's dream with an abundance of trails ranging from 25 km to 60 km long. Icefish, sled, cross country ski or snowshoe in the winter, canoe, boat, golf and hike in the warmer months. Severn is a great place to work and live, a quieter pace of life.
Georgian Bay Township
Welcome to Georgian Bay Township! Located only an hour and a half from Toronto it is a sought after cottage retreat. Georgian Bay Township is home to the famous 30,000 Islands and is rich with history. The most popular areas are Honey Harbour, MacTeir and Port Severn. If you love the water and the rugged beauty of Northern Ontario then Georgian Bay Township is the place to be. Visit the amazing Georgian Bay Islands National Park, travel the Trent-Severn waterway or learn about a medical pioneer at Bethune Memorial House National Historic Site.
Depending your geographical area of interest, there are many important factors that Buyers and Sellers should be informed of, including:
- High water mark … where is the property boundary?
- Deeded access and road allowances
- Cottage associations
- Local Aboriginal rights
- Municipal vs. private or shared wells
- Drilled/dug/shore wells or cisterns
- Jet vs. submersible well pumps
- Well and water quality reports
- Oil vs. propane
- What are the new regulations governing oil heating systems?
- What is a W.E.T.T. inspection?