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Brady Lake

Brady Lake real estate is situated on a beautiful lake that is one of Ontario’s many bodies of water located in the lake country of Haliburton County. Situated in the southwest area of Haliburton, this lake is home to beautiful waterfront cottages situated directly on this serene lake. Residents and visitors alike enjoy this lake for its recreational activities and the beauty of the surrounding area, as well as being just two hours north of the Greater Toronto Area and just under four hours away from Ottawa, making it easy to head out for a weekend retreat.

Quiet peaceful fishing boat at the dock at the cottage on the lake

Boshkung Lake Waterfront Cottages Statistics

Average Price $818K
Lowest Price $0
Highest Price $88M
Total Listings 132,831
Avg. Price/SQFT $1.2K

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Brady Lake Waterfront Cottages

Brady Lake waterfront cottages for sale are varied and diverse, so there’s sure to be something for everyone on this gorgeous Ontario lake, when available. 

On the higher end, Brady Lake homes can be large, two-storey properties with wrap-around balconies and decks, sometimes containing pools and hot tubs to enjoy the incredible surrounding scenery from.

On the lower end, these properties are classic nostalgic one-storey waterfront cottages that provide homeowners with a cosy space to create lasting memories. 

These beautiful homes usually have covered decks that provide shade from the hot Ontario sun as well as shelter from the rain.

These homes are also perfect for winter getaways as well, with cozy fireplaces to enjoy meaningful time with friends and family.

No matter what kind of property you’re looking for, most Brady Lake waterfront cottages enjoy a high degree of privacy given the heavy mature tree coverage in the area, making these lots perfect for spending time in a serene and secluded environment. 

Brady Lake Area Information

Situated in southwest Haliburton County, Brady Lake was originally named for the surveyor who discovered the lake in 1858, Crosbie Brady, who was also responsible for the discovery and settlement of the Hindon township on which this lake is located. 

This desirable waterfront property is also situated just twenty minutes away from the town of Minden, which serves as the county seat to Haliburton County.

Here, locals can stock up on whatever they may need with grocery stores, LCBO, gas stations, and other amenities. 

The town of Haliburton is also just a half-hour drive away from Brady Lake, another great spot to grab any necessities or spend a day browsing through local boutiques.

Lots of sandy beaches populate the lakeshores of Brady Lake as well, making this a popular swimming lake.

Brady Lake properties often have their own private docks for jumping into the crisp, clean water of this beautiful lake. 

Water sports such as fishing and boating are also common activities on the waters of Brady Lake, but summer isn’t the only time these cottages are occupied. 

Many residents return in winter to take advantage of the many activities that are available in and around Brady Lake, such as jet skiing, waterskiing, and more. 

Other lakes near Brady Lake that residents can explore include:

  • Paul Lake

  • Anson Lake

  • Boshkung Lake

  • Twelve Mile Lake

  • Beech Lake

FAQs About Brady Lake 

Q: Can you fish on Brady Lake?
A: Yes, Brady Lake is popular for fishing. Common fish found in the water here are Largemouth bass, Smallmouth bass, and Muskellunge.

Q: How big is Brady Lake, ON?
A: Brady Lake is a fairly small lake that only spans about 100 acres.

Q: Where did Brady Lake get its name?
A: Brady Lake is named after a surveyor who surveyed the Hindon Township. Crosbie Brady named the lake in around the year 1858.

Gorgeous sunset view of Haliburton lake waters near a dock

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