Paudash Lake

Paudash Lake waterfront cottages are situated on the southeast corner of Haliburton County, and include some of the area's most desirable properties for their luxuriousness and close proximity to multiple towns. Multiple islands pepper the surface of this scenic lake, with many containing their own private properties. This area also contains a marina that offers boat and cottage rentals for those who are just looking to visit.

Top down aerial view of a cottage on a lake surrounded by dense forest

Paudash Lake Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $818K
Lowest Price $1
Highest Price $95M
Total Listings 136,118
Avg. Price/SQFT $979

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Paudash Lake Real Estate Information

Paudash Lake cottages for sale are surprisingly affordable despite their unique architecture and prime waterfront locations. 

Many of the cottages on Paudash Lake are upgraded for modern living, with contemporary kitchens complete with stainless steel appliances and refinished countertops and cupboards.

However, these waterfront cottages still retain a certain rustic charm, primarily being built out of wood and containing many elements of classic cottage living, such as high, vaulted cathedral ceilings and beautiful mezzanines that look out over living spaces. 

These living rooms have been winterized to enjoy cosy holiday seasons in the warmth and charm of these inviting spaces, gathered around the fireplace and making lasting memories with friends and family.

Balconies are also common features of Paudash Lake exteriors, making great areas for enjoying the serenity of the lake while watching the sun rise and set. 

The area around Paudash Lake is heavily forested, so these cottages are set in private secluded areas.

Many of these waterfront cottages have their own private docks for residents to enjoy jumping into the lake or fishing off the end.

Paudash Lake Area Information

Paudash Lake waterfront cottages are in a great location in southeastern Haliburton County, just two hours north of the Greater Toronto Area and less than three hours west of Ottawa.

The shoreline of Paudash Lake is full of bays and inlets that allow for private shoreline areas for homeowners.

A number of islands also dot the surface of the lake, with many of them inhabited by beautiful luxury cottages.

Islands on Paudash Lake include:

  • Big Island

  • Stringer Island

  • Burnt Island

  • Moulds Island

  • Ross Island

North Bay Beach sits on the north end of the lake, a beautiful hidden rock and sand beach with clear water that contains picnic tables for spending a day here.

Paudash Lake is also just a few minutes north of Silent Lake Provincial Park, a scenic natural park that contains hiking and walking trails, campgrounds, and even yurts available for rental over the beauty of Silent Lake.

Paudash Lake is also just a little over ten minutes away from the town of Cardiff, which includes a country store for Paudash Lake residents to stock up on necessities, as well as a number of churches and an elementary school. 

Kawartha Highlands Provincial Park is also situated just half an hour south of Paudash Lake, a beautiful park that contains multiple lakes for residents to explore.

This area is known for its backcountry camping, swimming and boating. 

Other lakes in the Paudash Lake area include:

  • Lower Paudash Lake

  • Silent Lake

  • Eels Lake

  • Farrell Lake

  • Brough Lake

  • Bedford Lake

  • Monck Lake

FAQs About Paudash Lake

Q: How many cottages are there on Paudash Lake?
A: Paudash Lake has nearly 650 cottages on it, so there are plenty to choose from for those looking to buy here. 

Q: How large and deep is Paudash Lake?
A: Paudash Lake is quite large, sitting at about 1,780 acres wide and over 40 meters deep. 

Q: What kind of fish are in Paudash Lake?
A: 
Paudash Lake is home to multiple different kinds of fish, such as walleye, largemouth bass, pumpkinseed and lake trout.