If you’ve been searching for that special place to settle down and sink some roots, where you can enjoy a four-season world-class lifestyle the like of which you will have a hard time beating the Historic Snowbridge Homes in The Blue Mountain, Ontario.
Whatever kind of lifestyle you have envisioned for you and yours, we will definitely have something that will suit you just fine. Our team of specialized agents is dedicated to matching you up with the very best fit for your needs, requirements, and preferences.
Nestled comfortably within the town is the gem among gems that is the neighbourhood of Historic Snowbridge Homes. This is understandably considered to be Blue Mountain’s landmark neighbourhood, developed along the classic tradition of Ontario’s traditional style.
Its location makes it a much sought-after real-estate location, with the neighbourhood having convenient access to all the best delights Blue Mountain has to offer. In the relatively warmer Spring, Summer, and Fall months you can get the whole family out for some quality time biking or hiking the numerous gorgeous trails, or head on down to the beach for a bit of exhilarating kayaking, leisurely paddling, or simply while away the hours on the inviting beaches.
Should you develop a hankering for some time on the links, don’t fret, because the excellent golf courses interspersing the area are sure to present a delightfully satisfying round or two, whether you’re a seasoned pro or just learning. As a matter of fact, Snowbridge is located just a short walk away from the 17th hole of the renowned Monterra Golf Course. Prestigious, well-appointed townhouses are waiting for you and yours at irresistible prices for what you’ll be getting in return. Single-family homes, townhomes, and 2-story domiciles range reasonably between $230,000 and $1,100,000 for spaciously appointed structures running from one to four bedrooms and spanning from 850 to 1,700 square feet, which isn’t bad at all.
The homes were designed and built between 1999 and 2007, so you can rest assured that the fittings are well suited for modern living and all that it entails including central air, patios or decks, outdoor seasonal pool access, shuttle bus services, and so much more. Don’t hesitate to contact us, and one of our agents will see you well on your way to making your dream home a reality.
If you are interested in looking at the Historic Snowbridge homes at Blue Mountain call today at 705-331-3341
The Blue Mountains is a community in Grey County, Ontario, Canada, near the mouth of the Beaver River, which runs into Nottawasaga Bay. Because it is named after the Blue Mountain, the town’s economy is based on tourism, especially the Blue Mountain ski resort and the private Georgian Peaks, Osler, Craigleith, and Alpine Ski Clubs.
When the Town of Thornbury and the Township of Collingwood merged on January 1, 2001, the town was born. The L.E. Shore Memorial Library, named after the founding partner of the architectural company Shore Tilbe Irwin + Partners and created by the firm, is located in Thornbury.
On August 20, 2009, a tornado struck the Blue Mountains area during the Southern Ontario Tornado Outbreak. Before going out onto Georgian Bay, the tornado swept through Thornbury and impacted Craigleith.
The Blue Mountains offer a variety of leisure opportunities throughout the year. Winter sports like as skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing are particularly popular. Hiking, downhill/cross-country riding, an expensive mini putt, the Ridge Runner, and events like Met Con Blue are all available during the summer. If outdoor activities aren’t your thing, The Village at Blue Mountain includes a variety of boutiques, coffee shops, restaurants, hotels and chalets, as well as golf courses, all within walking distance. The Scandinave Spa, which is nestled on 25 acres of natural Ontario birch, and the Scenic Caves are both less than a 5-minute drive away. Craigleith Provincial Park lies on Highway 26 near Blue Mountain Resort.
The Bruce Trail runs through some of the town’s neighbourhoods. Mountain biking and cross-country skiing are available in the Kolapore area, as well as rock climbing at Metcalfe Rock and the Duncan Crevice Caves Nature Reserve.