B692 LAMB ISLAND Island, Georgian Bay

Property Overview - House For sale

Price$ 1 300 000On the Market87 days
MLS® #40443841TypeHouse
Bedrooms2 BedBathrooms1 Bath
WaterfrontGeorgian BayPostal CodeP2A0X1
StreetLAMB ISLANDTown/AreaParry Sound
Property Size1/2 - 1.99 acresBuilding Size1383 ft2

Georgian Bay/Parry Sound/South Channel. Located in the heart of Georgian Bay’s beautiful 30,000 Islands, this iconic property is a well-known historical landmark. Commonly known as Anchor Island, Lamb Island has a main building and a Bunkie that have both been carefully restored to their original splendour. Originally built by Finnish craftsmen in 1949, the current owner has taken great care in modernizing the foundations and supporting structures of the original buildings to retain their authenticity. These traditional log homes present modern sophisticated updates such as the attached main 3-piece bath that has been designed and custom built to maintain the look and feel of the original buildings. Other updates include the incredible 120 foot long all aluminum bridge, custom fabricated and installed interior and exterior steel support structures that are all built to help these buildings last another 100 years! Lamb Island has a large cottage with loft as well as a Bunkie and comfortably accommodates up to 10 people. (id:20829)

Land Details

Waterfront TypeWaterfront
WaterfrontGeorgian Bay
Size Total1/2 - 1.99 acres
Size Frontage1000
Ownership TypeFreehold
Zoning DescriptionResidential Parry Sound - Zoning By-Laws

Building Details

Property TypeSingle Family
Bathrooms Total1
Bedrooms Above Ground2
Bedrooms Total2
Cooling TypeNone
Exterior FinishLog
Foundation TypeStone
Size Interior1383 ft2
Utility WaterLake/River Water Intake


Main level3pc Bathroom9'7'' x 10'1''
Kitchen12'5'' x 10'5''
Primary Bedroom15'5'' x 22'1''
Dining room17'2'' x 22'1''
Second levelBedroom15'0'' x 15'0''
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