Archive for the 'Georgian Triangle – South Georgian Bay' Category

Blue Mountain Hobby Farm -$589,500

Memories are made in places like this where friends and family gather for kitchen parties, bonfires and the relaxation found in the beauty and privacy of the countryside. It’s not common to find small acreages in the Blue Mountains and in particular, where the zoning permits hobby farming with animals.  Goats, horses and chickens are […]

Real Estate Price Changes since 2010 in Southern Georgian Bay

Whenever we experience a shift in the real estate market, I like to take a closer at various statistics so thought I’d share. If you’ve owned a home in Collingwood, Blue Mountain, Wasaga Beach and area, chances are that the value of your property has had an average annual return of somewhere between 7% to […]

A Map of Real Estate Prices in the Collingwood, Blue Mountain and Area

Although the Southern Georgian Bay region is relatively small, it encompasses six key areas including Collingwood, Clearview Township, the Town of Blue Mountains, Grey Highlands, Wasaga Beach and Meaford.  Despite their close proximity to one another, average residential sale prices are notedly different in each as the map below shows. The Blue Mountains average sale […]

How Walkable is The Town of Blue Mountains?

    Here’s a fun and useful project you can do at no cost with your family or friends. As part of their active transportation initiative, the Town of the Blue Mountains wants to know if you think your neighbourhood is a friendly place to walk. Called the Walkability Checklist, the Town if asking people […]

I Know Garbage Isn’t a Sexy Topic But…

  This is kind of neat.  The waste management department for the Town of the Blue Mountains is trying to increase awareness about waste disposal practises within the town. This includes info regarding local schedules for waste collection, sorting solutions for basic household waste and the waste disposal site. To assist with that, they have […]

Gio and Fran Are Not Local Butchers

You know how Toronto or other big cities have a certain hip feel and vibe?  I don’t really know how to define it other than to say there is a cool factor that is always interesting, sometimes a bit uncomfortable and usually progressive. It’s especially pronounced in the entertainment, food, fashion and arts scenes.  Well anyway, […]

Good News Story: Renew Meaford and The Hub

Rather than being content with empty storefronts, the Town of Meaford has an innovative program designed to assist new businesses and building owners in the downtown core. Renew Meaford is a not-for-profit corporation that helps businesses get into downtown storefronts to gain exposure, build their business, test a new market and become a sustainable enterprise […]

Housing Grants in the Town of Blue Mountains

Have you heard of The Blue Mountains Attainable Housing Corporation? It is a not-for-profit corporation, established in 2014 and wholly owned by the municipality. According to their website, the purpose of the Corporation is, “to augment the supply of healthy and sustainable ownership housing units in The Blue Mountains which are affordable to a larger […]

2017 RE/MAX Recreational Property Report

The times are a-changing.  Our family has a little log cabin, deep in the forests of Muskoka that my grandmother purchased 60 years ago in 1957 when the first wave of new immigrants embraced the Canadian dream of owning a cottage “up north” where a big piece of land could be bought for very few […]

Log Home For Sale in Blue Mountain

After being in the same family for over 30 years, it’s time for the present owners to pass the baton to a new family looking for an authentic Blue Mountain experience. This charming, hand hewn log home is believed to date back to the 1850’s and was moved from Quebec to its present site in […]

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