3077 Old Muskoka Road, Huntsville

3077 Old Muskoka Road

3077 Old Muskoka Road is a lovely, comfortable three bedroom, two and one-half baths, raised bungalow on a gorgeous 3.7 country lot with towering mature pines and a large pond where you will love watching the ducks dive and hear the frogs play in the summer and enjoy Canada’s national game of hockey on your rink in the winter.  This Utterson home is located in a perfect location halfway between Huntsville and Bracebridge. Only 1 minute to Hwy 11 but tucked away on a lovely private lot on a country road with great neighbours.

The Home

The main floor with 3 bedrooms, 1 and ½ baths, a large bright eat-in kitchen and cozy living room with propane fireplace and bay window. A large glassed-in 3 season Muskoka room spans the rear of the home looking towards the beautiful level yard and large pond. The lower level with its private entrance features an office, family room, den, and 3-piece bath. Previously a lovely gallery this space lends itself to a great family space or as a spacious in-law suite. This wonderful home is perfect for a young family. With its level lot, it is perfect for games of baseball and soccer. Away from a busy highway, kids and dogs can play safely. This is a bright home offering a peaceful country feel.

Utterson

Prior to 1885 when the railway went through, Utterson was on the main road linking Bracebridge to Huntsville, Burks’s Falls, Parry Sound and points in between. Three general stores once flourished in Utterson. A busy railway station was built in Utterson in 1886 and serviced both passenger and freight until it was dismantled in 1968. Utterson Station like so many others is only a whistle stop today. Utterson and Port Sydney today are vibrant rural communities, enjoying a safe, family-friendly community only 15 minutes to either Huntsville or Bracebridge. Country living at its best.

Huntsville is the largest town in Muskoka and is a major tourist and relocation destination. Located on scenic granite shield terrain and dotted with many lakes, Huntsville’s beauty and charm draw people from around the world. Huntsville acts as the western gateway to beautiful Lake of Bays and world-famous Algonquin Provincial Park. Huntsville hosted world leaders at the 36th G 8 summit has been named the best place to take a summer vacation, retire, or raise a family. The picturesque Muskoka River winds its way through downtown Huntsville connecting Peninsula Lake, Fairy Lake, Mary Lake and Lake Vernon, allowing residents to delight in the unique experience of accessing town amenities by boat or to take a trip under the historic swing bridge.

While in town, stroll the historic main street with its delightful boutiques, art galleries, brew pubs and restaurants. Explore one of the excellent biking or hiking trails, enjoy a round of golf on one of the championship courses or relax at the Deerhurst resort spa.