Historical Lake Rosseau Private, exclusive and first time offered in over 70 years. This one of a kind piece of Muskoka history is situated in central Lake Rosseau on the western shores of Penman Island. The 700 feet of frontage and 4.7 acres offer privacy from all corners of the property while providing unobstructed magical Muskoka sunsets. The 5,500 sq foot Victorian home circa 1890 boasts 6 massive bedrooms, 2 hand laid stone fireplaces, a 470 sq foot grand dining room, multiple living rooms, newly renovated kitchen and a spacious veranda surrounding all to enjoy summers sunsets for another 130 years. The over-sized legal dock of roughly 175 feet, includes a large 3 slip boathouse. The 3 bedroom guest cottage, garage with loft and deeded mainland access make 31 Penman Island one of the most iconic, functional, beautiful and prestigious locations on all of Lake Rosseau. Recent septic upgrades and more. Property is also sold with part ownership in deeded mainland property at the end of Skeleton Bay with direct access to highway #141. (id:20829)
Lake Rosseau is located in the north central area of Muskoka and the north portion of the lake extends into the Township of Humphrey in Parry Sound District. Access may be gained to Lake Rosseau via Muskoka Roads 4, 7, 25, 27 & 28, as well as Hwy #141. Lake Rosseau drains into Lake Muskoka by way of the Indian River at its southern most point at the Village of Port Carling.
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Census Data of Muskoka Lakes Municipality
2016 Population of Muskoka Lakes: 6,588 2011 Population of Muskoka Lakes : 6,707 Population Growth of Muskoka Lakes : -2 % Total private dwellings in Muskoka Lakes : 9,343 Dwellings by residents in Muskoka Lakes : 2,914 Density of Muskoka Lakes : 2,914 per sq km Land Area of Muskoka Lakes: 2,914 sq km Muskoka Lakes is in the District of Muskoka
Census Data for The District of Muskoka
Population: 60,599 (2016) 4.5% increase over 2011 population of 58,017 The total number of dwellings is 46,207 of which 25,431 are full time residents The land area of Muskoka is 3,940 sq km's (1,521 sq miles) and has a density of 15 per sqare km