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The homes for sale in Irondale often feature quaint and cozy cottages typically nestled on Salerno Lake.
As the area itself is quite small, inventory is limited, underscoring the importance of connecting with a real estate team that can provide you with all the latest leads in the area.
And, at RE/MAX Professionals North, we’re ready to do exactly that! As experts in Haliburton County cottages for sale, we can help you find your dream property.
You will also find quite the selection of vacant land plots with plenty of acreage in Irondale, perfect for building your dreamy Irondale oasis, from the ground up. Fortunately, the majority of these properties feature existing driveways, so you don’t have to worry about tearing down trees and creating one yourself.
The majority of cottages in Irondale can be found nestled on the shores of Salerno Lake. Quite a few feature floating docks, so you can enjoy panoramic views of the sun sparkling off the water.
While Salerno Lake isn’t massive by any means, stretching six kilometres in length, the body of water reaches surprising depths. While most places in the lake are 25 feet deep, there are some areas that extend nearly 45 feet down!
As the community of Irondale is home to the Irondale County Store, you can find essentials there and stop to fill up on gas.
Otherwise, it’s probably best to make sure you have everything you need prior to arriving, or a trip to the nearby community of Haliburton to access a wider range of amenities is required. Don’t worry though, it’s only a quick half an hour drive away!
Some amenities you may want to check out include Halburton’s grocery store, Foodland, and the LCBO for picking up cold beers to sip on while overlooking Salerno Lake.
Some other fun places to check out in Haliburton include the following:
The Haliburton Sculpture Forest
Featuring a unique outdoor collection of sculptures, this is a one-of-a-kind experience!
The Haliburton Wolf Centre
If you choose to go with a general admission, you can guide yourself through an education centre featuring various museum displays, and even watch the wolves from an indoor observation area. If you decide to opt for one of their special experiences, you’re in for a treat. A popular event was painting with the wolves, where artist Harvey J Walker guides you through a step-by-step painting party from an observatory platform.
Haliburton Highlands Museum
Take a step back in time and discover the areas vibrant history!
Hawk Lake Log Chute
This historic site is a testament to those who made their living from the logging industry, which helped forge the communities of rural Ontario.
Keep in mind, Irondale is a charmingly small community, if you blink you just might miss it!
It offers the perfect secluded escape, where you truly feel you're away from it all.
Q: What was Irondale first known for?
A: It was first known as being the site of a large mining operation when W. Robinson and J.B Campbell found large deposits of iron while clearing their lots.
Q: What township does Irondale belong to?
A: The Township of Minden Hills.
Q: How can you get into Irondale?
A: You can drive in just off of County Rd. 503.
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