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Haliburton County

Haliburton County is a large area in the heart of Ontario’s cottage country defined by elevated rocky outcrops, beautiful lakes, and charming towns. Homes here offer the best in country recreation and comfort with all the services and amenities for living year round.

Ducks swimming on a lake in Haliburton

Haliburton County Real Estate Stats

Average Price $783K
Lowest Price $1
Highest Price $8M
Total Listings 393
Avg. Price/SQFT $686

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1180 Salerno Lake Road, Irondale


1180 Salerno Lake Road, Irondale

3 Beds 1 Bath 1,080 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 40487128

Re/Max Professionals North Baumgartner Realty, Brokerage, Haliburton

2099 North Shore Road, Algonquin Highlands


2099 North Shore Road, Algonquin Highlands

2 Beds 1 Bath 1,476 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 40489288

Re/Max Professionals North, Brokerage, Minden

1029 Loyalist Drive, Minden


1029 Loyalist Drive, Minden

4 Beds 2 Baths 858 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 40488945

Re/Max Professionals North, Brokerage, Minden

0 Burleigh Rd, Dysart Et Al


0 Burleigh Rd, Dysart Et Al

0 Beds 0 Baths 0 SqFt Vacant Land MLS® # X7025384


Lot 27 Bushwolf Lake Road, Haliburton


Lot 27 Bushwolf Lake Road, Haliburton

0 Beds 0 Baths 0 SqFt Vacant Land MLS® # 40489405

Century 21 Granite Realty Group Inc., Brokerage, Haliburton Unit 202

8745 County Road 503 Rd, Highlands East


8745 County Road 503 Rd, Highlands East

4 Beds 2 Baths 0 SqFt Single Family MLS® # X7024504


14879 Hwy 35, Minden Hills


14879 Hwy 35, Minden Hills

4 Beds 2 Baths 0 SqFt Single Family MLS® # X7024530


Lot 26 West Court, Haliburton


Lot 26 West Court, Haliburton

0 Beds 0 Baths 0 SqFt Vacant Land MLS® # 40489271

Century 21 Granite Realty Group Inc., Brokerage, Haliburton Unit 202

1102 Church Lane, Algonquin Highlands


1102 Church Lane, Algonquin Highlands

3 Beds 1 Bath 1,260 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 40489438

PSR Brokerage, Gravenhurst

216 Mountain Street, Haliburton


216 Mountain Street, Haliburton

2 Beds 1 Bath 768 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 40489387

Re/Max Professionals North, Brokerage, Haliburton

199 Invergordon Ave, Toronto


199 Invergordon Ave, Toronto

7 Beds 3 Baths 0 SqFt Single Family MLS® # E7024016


14879 Highway 35, Minden


14879 Highway 35, Minden

4 Beds 2 Baths 2,104 SqFt Single Family MLS® # 40489192

Royal LePage Meadowtowne Realty Inc., Brokerage

Real Estate in Haliburton County, ON

Real estate in Haliburton include a mix of suburban single-family homes and rugged cabins and cottages on one of the many lakes in the area. 

All of these homes have excellent utilities and amenities to stay comfortable all year round. Those on the water also have docks of their own for boating or swimming, and those inland benefit from large yards to enjoy the outdoors as well.

Other common features of Haliburton County real estate include fireplaces, large porches or decks, and in some cases large great rooms with soaring windows for taking in the beautiful outdoor views.

Wood frame construction is the most common aesthetic, consisting of lap or straight horizontal siding and painted frame accents, complete with relatively simple windows, and brick, stone, or concrete foundations.

With gorgeous cabin real estate in Haliburton County, you'll want to keep an eye out for your dream cabin, as properties in the area are highly desired and sought after.

Read more about year-round activities in Haliburton County in our blog post here!

Haliburton County Attractions & Things to Do 

Located in the heart of Ontario’s scenic “Cottage Country”, Haliburton County incorporates all of the attractions that this area is known for, including cozy communities with strong arts and culture scenes, beautiful lakes and outdoor recreation areas, and a variety of tourist-oriented locations to visit, including restaurants and resorts. 

The two main towns in Haliburton County are Haliburton and Minden. Both of these centers occupy beautiful locations along the county’s waterways and include charming business districts with cafes, galleries, and unique stores. 

Tourism and seasonal holiday-making are important parts of the local economy and lifestyle, as a large portion of the local population is seasonal, coming in during the summer months to enjoy cottages and cabins along the many lakes and rivers. These spots offer a multitude of activities like swimming, fishing, boating, camping, and hiking in the summer, and cross-country skiing, ice fishing, snow shoeing, or snowmobiling in the winter.

Some interesting sites in the area include:

  • Blairhampton Golf Club

  • Haliburton Sculpture Forest

  • Skyline Park

  • Gull River Golf Club

  • The Minden Boardwalk

  • Queen Elizabeth II Provincial Park

  • Dahl Forest

  • Tryfan Forest

  • Solen Lake Provincial Park

  • Dividing Lake Provincial Park

Haliburton County Area Information

Haliburton County is an area located in the central region of southeast Ontario, approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes northeast of central Toronto and less than an hour east of Gravenhurst. 

Neighboring counties include Muskoka to the west, Kawartha Lake and Peterborough to the south, Hastings to the east, and Nipissing to the north. Also neighboring Haliburton County to the north, and including some of its own northern areas, is the large Algonquin Provincial Park. 

The Four Municipalities of Haliburton County

Haliburton County itself consists of four municipalities:

  • Algonquin Highlands

  • Dysert et al (home to the community of Haliburton) 

  • Highlands East

  • Minden Hills (home to the county seat, Minden)

Some notable communities within Haliburton County are Carnarvon, Gooderham, Wilberforce, Dorset, Eagle Lake, Fort Irwin, and Tory Hill. 

Is Haliburton County Part of the Canadian Shield?

Geographically, Haliburton County is part of the Canadian Shield, a rocky and forested portion of Ontario known for its beautiful and rugged lakes. Haliburton County itself occupies an elevated portion of this geological feature, giving it the title of “Haliburton Highlands”. The area around these islands is dominated by hundreds of lakes and dense forests. The northeastern half of the county is particularly wild, with very few access routes. 

Access routes through the southwestern half of Haliburton County include Highway 118, and Routes 35, 21, and 121. These connect Haliburton County to nearby towns like Gravenhurst, Kawartha Lakes, Peterborough, Bancroft, and more.

FAQs About Haliburton Residential Properties

Q: What type of residential properties are available in Haliburton County, Ontario?
A: Haliburton County offers a diverse range of residential properties. You'll find single-family homes, condominiums, townhouses, and cottages, many of which feature waterfront or woodland views due to the area's natural beauty. There are also opportunities to purchase vacant land for custom home construction.

Q: What are the average home prices in Haliburton County, Ontario?
A: The home prices in Haliburton County can vary significantly based on factors such as property type, location, size, and amenities. Furthermore, the real estate market can change rapidly, so it's best to check recent listings or speak to a local real estate agent for the most current information.

Q: What is the process of buying a home in Haliburton, County, Ontario?
A: First, you'll want to get a clear idea of your budget, perhaps by obtaining mortgage pre-approval. Then, consider working with a local realtor who can guide you to properties that match your needs and price range. Once you've found a home you're interested in, you'll make an offer. If accepted, you'll proceed with a home inspection and finalize your mortgage. Finally, you'll close the deal with the help of a real estate lawyer, and which point the home becomes yours.

Q: What is the community like in Haliburton County, Ontario?
A: Haliburton County is known for its natural beauty, including numerous lakes and forests. The community is generally quiet and friendly, with a slower pace of life compared to larger cities. There are opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, and boating. The county also has a vibrant art scene, with a school or art and design, public art installations, and regular community events. 

Q: How are the schools and educational facilities in Haliburton County, Ontario?
A: Haliburton County has a good selection of educational facilities. There are several public elementary and high schools managed by the Trillium Lakelands District School Board For post-secondary education, Fleming College has a campus in Haliburton offering a range of courses, including renowned programs in the arts through the Haliburton School of Art and Design. There are also a variety of adult education and community learning programs. 

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