1100 Delbrooke Road Township of Lake of Bays Ontario – Sold
List Price: $995000.00
Southwest Exposure On Lake Of Bays!
This Place Has It All. Gourmet French Country Kitchen With High End Appliances And Built-Ins Gorgeous Family Room With Southwest Lake Views.
Sleeps 11 Comfortably Control4 Home Automation System HDTV & Three 50′ Plasma’s Throughout.
Truly A Must See! Inclusions: All Furnishings All Appliances All Window Coverings Just Move In And Enjoy.
Lake of Bays Community
Lake of Bays was established in 1971 from the former townships of Franklin, Ridout, McLean, Sinclair and Finlayson in the District of Muskoka.
Lake of Bays is situated in Ontario’s cottage country and has long been a vacation destination for the inhabitants of Toronto and the surrounding areas. In the early 20th century Bigwin Inn, a resort that once operated on Bigwin Island, was a sought after destination point by many individuals and groups.
The township was once home to the smallest commercial railway line in the world called the Portage Railway. Between 1904 and 1958 it ferried passengers between North Portage on Peninsula Lake to South Portage on Lake of Bays, a distance of 2 km. The train, named the Portage Flyer, was discontinued in 1958 and was relocated to an amusement park near St. Thomas, Ontario, until 1984. Much of the original components have since been repatriated and continue to operate on the grounds of Muskoka Heritage Place near Huntsville.