Monthly Archives: November, 2013

Greens Lake, Municipality of Trent Lakes, Crown Land, Waterfront – 0112

Greens Lake – Municipality of Trent Lakes

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Average Selling Price:$396,753.33

Average Selling Price was 107% of Assessed Value

Average Asking Price was 112% of Assessed Value

Fast Facts about Sturgeon Lake

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Port 32 Bobcaygeon Resale Homes – Average Selling Price

Port 32 Resale Homes – November 20th 2011 – November 20th 2013

Port 32 is a community of beautiful retirement homes set on the shores of Pigeon Lake in Bobcaygeon in the heart of the Kawarthas. Renowned for its park-like setting and well appointed, all-brick, freehold bungalows, Port 32 – now in its final stage – is an incomparable place to enjoy an active retirement.

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29 Resale Homes    Average Sale Price $421,620     Average List Price $438,234

Status  List Price  Sale Price  Assessment List Date Sale Date Age
Sold  $ 349,000  $ 340,000  $ 341,500 20-Nov-11 21-Feb-12 1990
Sold  $ 249,000  $ 230,000  $ 311,000 19-Nov-11 09-Dec-11 1989
Sold  $ 409,000  $ 400,000  $ 366,000 04-Mar-12 12-May-12 2004
Sold  $ 379,000  $ 370,000  $ 377,250 01-Feb-12 10-Sep-12 1998
Sold  $ 379,000  $ 370,000  $ 350,000 11-Apr-13 31-Jul-13 2004
Sold  $ 409,900  $ 395,000  $ 355,000 10-Sep-13 22-Oct-13 2002
Sold  $ 459,000  $ 430,000  $ 399,000 20-Jun-13 03-Sep-13 2001
Sold  $ 684,000  $ 670,000  $ 667,000 28-Mar-12 22-Jun-12 2003
Sold  $ 559,000  $ 538,000  $ 427,000 31-May-13 28-Jun-13 2006
Sold  $ 379,000  $ 375,000  $ 366,000 02-May-13 09-May-13 2004
Sold  $ 279,000  $ 250,000  $ 302,500 13-Jan-12 26-Mar-12 1994
Sold  $ 394,900  $ 385,000  $ 346,250 14-Jul-11 08-Apr-12 2005
Sold  $ 429,900  $ 410,000  $ 375,000 11-May-13 23-Aug-13 1996
Sold  $ 718,000  $ 690,000  $ 647,000 20-Mar-12 23-Aug-12 2002
Sold  $ 379,900  $ 370,000  $ 384,000 24-Jun-13 10-Oct-13 2000
Sold  $ 329,000  $ 320,000  $ 357,000 30-Mar-12 04-Oct-12 1990
Sold  $ 474,900  $ 455,000  $ 392,000 14-Jun-13 06-Aug-13 1978
Sold  $ 499,900  $ 485,000  $ 392,750 05-Dec-11 28-Feb-12 2006
Sold  $ 389,000  $ 375,000  $ 397,000 18-May-13 23-Jul-13 1997
Sold  $ 489,000  $ 475,000  $ 375,750 29-Apr-13 14-May-13
Sold  $ 374,500  $ 366,000  $ 339,000 16-Jan-13 23-Aug-13 1992
Sold  $ 359,000  $ 350,000  $ 367,000 30-Apr-12 16-Apr-13 1990
Sold  $ 645,000  $ 587,000  $ 687,000 02-Apr-12 26-May-12 1990
Sold  $ 374,900  $ 365,000  $ 338,000 13-May-13 26-Jul-13 1995
Sold  $ 399,000  $ 392,000  $ 386,000 16-Feb-13 21-Feb-13 1993
Sold  $ 329,000  $ 319,000  $ 366,000 30-Jun-12 13-Sep-12 1989
Sold  $ 609,000  $ 580,000  $ 443,000 26-Jul-13 06-Sep-13 2008
Sold  $ 455,000  $ 425,000  $ 392,000 03-Apr-13 15-Jul-13 2006
Sold  $ 524,000  $ 510,000  $ 419,000 19-Jan-13 01-Feb-13 2006
 $12,708,800  $ 12,227,000  $ 11,666,000

Data source – Kawartha Lakes Real Estate Association – does not necessarily reflect all resale transactions in Port 32 Bobcaygeon

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Kawartha Lakes Real Estate – Sales & Listing Activity – October 2013

Kawartha Lakes Real Estate – Listing Activity, Sales Activity, Average Selling Price and Sales to Listing Ratios:

Lindsay District, Bobcaygeon District, Coboconk District and Fenelon Falls District – the Central Kawarthas.

Kawartha Lakes Real
Estate Association  |  MLS ® Statistic Report
Residential
Activity by Area – OCTOBER 2013
  2013
Listings Sales Sales/Listings Ratio Average Sale Price
Area Month YTD Month YTD Month YTD Month 12 Month
Lindsay 54 638 41 415 0.76 0.65 243491 239518
Bobcaygeon 21 364 16 151 0.76 0.41 278781 275225
Coboconk 13 244 11 103 0.85 0.42 431636 269359
Fenelon Falls 24 306 11 152 0.46 0.5 346127 330901
Omemee 11 160 8 79 0.73 0.49 288613 243886
OCTOBER 2013 |
YTD: JANUARY 2013 – OCTOBER 2013 | 12 Month: NOVEMBER 2012 –
OCTOBER 2013
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Bobcaygeon – Real Estate, Cottages, Homes and Land

Bobcaygeon Real Estate

Bobcaygeon Real Estate

Bobcaygeon – Real Estate, Cottages, Homes and Land

Welcome to Bobcaygeon!.

Bobcaygeon is a preferred destination for waterfront second home buyers and those retiring and leaving the city behind for good. Bobcaygeon village offers beautiful Port 32 homes set on the shores of Pigeon Lake.  The Bobcaygeon area boasts numerous water front communities such as Victoria Place, Lakeview Estates, Pirates Glen and Alpine Village. Retreat properties, cottages, in-town homes and land. We have property, homes and amenities to satisfy budgets large and small.  The Kawartha Lakes: home of over 250 lakes is renowned for its many parks, trails, lakes and rivers.  Add Bobcaygeon and the Kawartha Lakes to your short list of destinations to consider when contemplating a retirement or vacation property…….via Bobcaygeon – Real Estate, Cottages, Homes and Land.

Locks at Bobcaygeon

Locks at Bobcaygeon (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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Victoria Place Pigeon Lake

Victoria Place Pigeon Lake

Victoria Place, Bobcaygeon is an established residential area comprised of 215 brick homes, with full basements and attached garages. Each home stands on approximately on half an acre, which the homeowner owns outright. Surrounding the groups of homes and, in some instances, separating lots are large areas of common land 74 acres owned by the community as a whole.Residents of Victoria place share in the exclusive use of numerous recreational facilities including the Clubhouse, tennis court, swimming pool, two beaches, shuffle board courts, regulation size lawn bowling green, and golf driving range. The Victoria Place Clubhouse is for the exclusive use of all property owners for card games, dances, meetings and recreational events. Canada Post mailboxes are located here as well.

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November at the Selwyn Public Library

Cottage Country Connection

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Bridgenorth                          705-292-5065

Ennismore                             705-292-8022

Lakefield                                                705-652-8623

Lest we Forget”Veteran’s Week, November 5 – 11th, 2013 Year of the Korean War Veteran

Movie Night      Bridgenorth                  Wed.,  November 20, 7pm.

Check our website and in-library posters for movie title.  Please note the day of the week change from last year.

Computer Workshops and e-book help

One-on-one computer lessons are now running at all branches.  Call your local branch for information on date and time availability and to book a lesson.  All lessons are free of charge and customized to your interest and ability level.

For e-book help please call the library or email hgrosklag@mypubliclibrary.ca

 Children’s Programs

Spaces are limited.  Call the branch where the program takes place to register or email kcharlton@mypubliclibrary.ca.

Family Storytime               Bridgenorth                        10:30-11 am                         (ages 0-5)

Join us the first Saturday of every month from Oct. to June for…

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Only Three weeks of Winter?

Cottage Country Connection

I was remembering my Departed Heating Buddy Dan the other day. We were discussing Hot water Heating Systems with  different types of Radiators and the practice of matching High Temperature Boilers (low efficiency) to High Temperature Radiators (Short height base board radiators)and matching  Low Temperature Condensing Boilers (High Efficiency) to low temperature heat emitters (Radiant Floors and Old Cast Iron Radiators) .I Said” Baseboard Radiators need high temperature Boiler water (at Least  130 Degrees F to operate at all and range up 212 Degrees ) to heat a home at Maximum Design Temperature!”(Design Temperature is Temperature difference between Inside a Home and the weather outside, usually 80 degrees F in this area)”High Efficiency Boilers are wasted expense”. So Dan says “How often do you think that Maximum Design Temperature is required here? we really only have three weeks of winter!”. I said “Dan, there are a lot of people that…

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In Your Garden – By Victoria Whitney

Cottage Country Connection

The great debate in Winter-Scaping is whether to go all natural or to glitz it up.  It’s fun to have sparkly accents for the holidays, but winter pots (hanging baskets, window boxes, patio pots and the like) will be part of your décor from November to March.  Do you want lime green sparkly pine cones in your pots around Valentine’s Day?  Some say yes, some say no.

Your answer will depend on the style of your home and your personal style.  Some homes lend themselves to more natural arrangements (county homes or Victorian style) while newer homes or 1960’s bungalows are suited to modern, and possibly glitzy, arrangements.

If you choose to accent your basic pots of greenery with a traditional or natural style, you will want to add lots of pine cones.  Pine cones come in many sizes.  Medium sized ones can be found locally, maybe in your own…

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