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Real Estate In Hardy Lake
Hardy Lake real estate consists of gorgeous cabin homes surrounded by bright, vibrant forestry that stretches as far as the eye can see into the Muskoka region.
Cabin real estate in Hardy Lake can range from smaller and cozier cottages around the $400,000-$500,000 price range, all the way to more luxury cabins which are in the million dollar price range.
More luxury cabins truly do offer the best Muskoka has to offer, with multiple floors and potentially even a large deck which opens up the views to the gorgeous forestry encompassing your cabin, as well as the sparkling lake.
Cabins are private, as they are often engulfed within the colourful trees which line the waters of Hardy Lake, offering a truly peaceful and quiet lifestyle. The main source of noise coming from the birds waking you up in the morning, and the sounds of the water.
Waking up in Hardy Lake means waking up to the beauty of Muskoka every day, watching the kids playing in your large yard or in the water right from your kitchen window is as joyful an experience as you can have.
Hardy Lake real estate means walking down from your home as the sun rises in the morning, taking in the yellow and orange reflections off of the lake.
Some cabins even come fully equipped with a large sun room, perfect for taking in all of the views with a front row seat, even from the warmth of your home if you're in your cabin in the cold of the winter.
Discover Life In Hardy Lake
Not only is there the breathtaking Hardy Lake in the area for you to take part in amazing waterfront activities, but there it's also that almost the entire area is made up of Hardy Lake Provincial Park.
The park offers countless hiking trails, which are perfect for those looking for that extra bit of excitement when visiting their cabin home in the area.
With three large hiking trails to choose from ranging in difficulty, and well-built docks and bridges to explore leading to the waters, the possibility of exploration is in full force in Hardy Lake.
There is also a rich and diverse community of Atlantic coastal plain species, for those interested in researching or even just taking a look at the beautiful plants in the area, this is a great spot to do so.
With kilometres of trails to experience, you'll never get bored of exploring this park when you're looking for something besides the relaxation of laying by the water in the sun.
Hikes lead to beautiful views of the lake itself and its shoreline, and the sea of trees which are especially incredible when visiting in the fall season, when there is just a mass of green, yellow, red, and orange.
FAQs About Hardy Lake
Q: How big is Hardy Lake?
A: Hardy Lake is about 242 acres in size, with a maximum depth of 18 meters. The Secchi disk depth, or clarity of the water is three meters, or 10 feet deep.
Q: How far is Hardy Lake from the Greater Toronto Area?
A: Hardy Lake is about three hours north of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).
Q: What kind of species of fish reside in Hardy Lake?
A: You'll find a variety of fish in Hardy Lake including Brook Trout, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike, Yellow Perch, Brown Bullhead, and more.
Q: Are short-term rentals (AirBnB) available at Hardy Lake?
A: There are currently no policies against short or long-term rentals at Hardy Lake, providing residents and visitors comply with all local bylaws.
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