Not far from the mountain and from activity of Thornbury life is Lora Bay, a resort-style community seated right between Collingwood and Owen Sound. Whether you’re in for a seasonal getaway, a weekend home, or full time home, Lora Bay offers you promising country living qualities. Imagine year-round exposure to Canada’s best landscapes and the most welcoming neighborhoods around – downtown Thornbury is only minutes away, and in it you can find a community actively shaped by outdoor activities, art galleries, cafes & bakeries, fantastic restaurants, and the warmest and kindest people.House for sale Lora Bay Thornbury
Lora Bay, Thornbury is distinctively marked by its exquisitely crafted cottage homes which face Georgian Bay’s crystal waters. Imagine a place that’s literally surrounded by a plethora of stunning views – wildlife preserves and breathtaking terrains that quickly adapt to all four seasons may give you endless, picturesque days!
Lora Bay’s finely crafted homes offers an assortment of luxury homes. The Master’s Collection offers 5 options – Pebble Beach, Muirfield, Turnberry, St. Andrews, and Nairn. Starting from 2208 sq. ft. at $715,900 to 2628 sq. ft. at $776,900, these country-inspired properties can become your permanent, sophisticated Thornbury home with their own lofts.
The Cottages Collection is also available for buyers who are considering holiday homes. The lowest price is around $375,100 and the highest is at $422,600 – all spacious, detached bungalow types. Condo cottages have 2-4 bedrooms while bigger homes have 2-6.
Aside from the fact that you can take a dip at Lora Bay Beach, or drive in just minutes to the famous Blue Mountain Resort, you can also try or look into these amenities or outdoor activities: The Championship Golf Course – Score a hole in one with your family or buddies and enjoy high quality services during your stay.
Kids Camps – Engage your children in fun-filled, grounded activities for the summer!
Snowshoe trails – Within proximity is the Georgian Trail, a perfect escape for hikers and lovers of Grill at the Clubhouse – Socialize with guests and neighbors and enjoy the most invigorating fine dining
Recreation Center – Exercise, read, or swim indoors. Social Event Calendar – There’s more to just the peaceful solitary life that Lora Bay offers. There are art gallery events and special interest groups and their annual occasions.
As Lora Bay is also close to downtown Thornbury, anyone can enjoy the familiarity of city life in the quaintness of cafes and small shops. Talk to one of our agents now to discuss your options!
For more information on Thornbury real estate for sale contact us 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.