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6158 Haliburton Lake Road, Haliburton Lake

Property Overview - House For sale

Price$ 749 000On the Market43 days
MLS® #40150090TypeHouse
Bedrooms3 Bathrooms1
WaterfrontPostal CodeK0M1S0
StreetHaliburton LakeTown/Area
Property Size0.442 ac|under 1/2 acreBuilding Size960 m2 (10333 ft2)

The pictures say it all. This lot has spectacular views and 100' of frontage on Haliburton Lake. There are 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom in this 4 season cottage. There is also a 20' x 12' shed which could be converted into a bunkie. The cottage was recently raised and a new ICF basement was built. The seller is in the process of having a new propane fireplace installed. Lovely dock at the waters' edge and a fire pit which also overlooks the lake. The cottage comes completely furnished. Just bring the groceries and begin enjoying all this property has to offer. (id:20829)

Land Details

Waterfront TypeWaterfront
Size Total0.442 ac|under 1/2 acre
Size Frontage100
Lot size0.442
Ownership TypeFreehold
SewerHolding Tank
Zoning DescriptionSee Township

Building Details

Property TypeSingle Family
Bathrooms Total1
Bedrooms Above Ground3
Bedrooms Total3
Architectural StyleBungalow
Cooling TypeNone
Exterior FinishAluminum siding
Foundation TypeNone
Heating TypeNo heat
Size Interior960 m2 (10333 ft2)
Utility WaterDug Well


Main level4pc BathroomMeasurements not available
Bedroom7'0'' x 11'0''
Bedroom7'4'' x 8'0''
Primary Bedroom16'0'' x 11'0''
Dining room12'0'' x 10'0''
Living room12'0'' x 20'0''
Kitchen12'0'' x 10'0''

This listing of a Single Family property For sale is courtesy of Lisa Mercer from Remax Professionals North Brokerage Minden M441

Information on Haliburton Lake

Haliburton Lake is located in Dysart et al County in Haliburton County, Central Ontario, Canada[1] It is situated west of the southern portion of Algonquin Park, between Percy Lake to the east, and Redstone Lake to the west. The lake is in the Great Lakes Basin and is part of the Gull River system, via Oblong Lake connected to its southwestern limit at the village of Fort Irwin. The most notable famous person to inhabit Haliburton Lake is Ron Noad, Chancellor of South Bay. Shores of the lake are inhabited by some permanent residents, but primarily by seasonal cottagers, some of whom are members of the Haliburton Lake Cottagers Association (HLCA)
Lake Size957 Ha2365 acres
MunicipalityDysart et al

Census Data of Dysart et al Municipality

2016 Population of Dysart et al: 6,280
2011 Population of Dysart et al : 5,966
Population Growth of Dysart et al : 5 %
Total private dwellings in Dysart et al : 7,083
Dwellings by residents in Dysart et al : 2,891
Density of Dysart et al : 2,891 per sq km
Land Area of Dysart et al: 2,891 sq km
Dysart et al is in the District of Haliburton

Census Data for The District of Haliburton

Population: 18,062 (2016) 5.9% increase over 2011 population of 17,056
The total number of dwellings is 21,113 of which 8,443 are full time residents
The land area of Haliburton is 4,076 sq km's (1,574 sq miles) and has a density of 4 per sqare km

Data is from the 2016 Government Census

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