46 Hutcheson Beach Road - Lakefront
Muskoka Lakefront Property This beautiful property is located at the mouth of the Big East River where it empties into Lake Vernon offering 38+ acres of spectacular Muskoka waterfront for sale. This acreage is comprised of 3000’ frontage on the Big East River and 875’ frontage on Lake Vernon plus its own internal lake, Lost Lake. The towering white pine on both sides of the private driveway approaching the building site is absolutely breathtaking. The property, which lies within the Big East River Delta Heritage Area, contains mixed forest and a spectacular rock outcrop all overlooking the private lake, Big East and Lake Vernon. The shoreline contains a virtually pure stand of Bayonet Rush, unique to Muskoka which in conjunction with other significant plant communities provides excellent spawning habitat for Rainbow Trout, Bass and Northern Pike. The large population of Nodding Trillium and several species of wild orchids in the cranberry marsh surrounding Lost Lake contribute to this provincially significant, highly active modern delta formation. This wetland mosaic also provides breeding habitat for many rare wildlife species including the Cape May Warbler, Willow Flycatcher, Evening Grosbeak and Red-Shouldered Hawk. Hydro, phone, school bus and garbage pick-up at driveway entrance on Hutcheson Beach Road.
54 Hutcheson Beach Road – Riverfront
Muskoka Riverfront Property You can easily picture your dream home or cottage on these 31 acres of pristine Muskoka waterfront. Environmentalists, nature lovers and sporting enthusiasts only need apply for ownership. This incredible property is located close to the mouth of the Big East River where it empties into Lake Vernon with 3200’+ of frontage and access into the chain of 4 lakes surrounding Huntsville. Hydro, phone, school bus and garbage pick-up at the driveway entrance. The property is predominantly forested and lies within the Big East River Delta Heritage Area. The majority of the property is covered with mixed forest on a relatively flat terrain. The shoreline edge contains a mixture of deciduous and coniferous trees and shrubs including white birch, silver maple, red maple and white spruce, with some green ash, white elm, trembling aspen and tamarack. This property has also been designated as a Provincially Significant Wetland (PSW) with a recommendation for status as an Area of Natural and Scientific Interest (ANSI). The Big East River begins on the west edge of Algonquin Provincial Park and is the largest of the rivers feeding into the North Muskoka River, which begins in Lake Vernon.
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