Private Retreat on Crown Island in Muskoka
Crown Island is a rare opportunity to own an entire private island in Muskoka cottage country! Majestically beautiful, Crown Island is the largest island (17.82 acres) on Mary Lake and offers over 3500 feet of pristine shoreline with sandy, rocky and natural beaches. With its rolling hills, beautiful forests and panoramic lake views from rocky ridges, Crown Island stands proud of its heritage.
An Island to Explore – An Adventure
Imagine being able to swim, boat, canoe, hike, and rock climb on your own private island in a setting that’s so perfect, you will never want to leave! Mary Lake boasts 40 miles of boating into Fairy, Vernon, and Peninsula lakes.
This beautiful island is just a 5-minute boat ride from Port Sydney dock. There is a charming west facing boathouse with 2 boat slips, 2 docks and open concept living quarters above, including kitchen, dining and great room, plus 3 bedrooms. Enjoy the beautiful sunsets from the gazebos and the stunning heart-shaped shallow water wading pool. There are 2 beautifully hand-crafted stone bridges and fireplaces, 2 stone rockeries, many stone pathways and a mainland boathouse to store your boat. This is truly island living at its best!
A World Away but Close to Everything
Port Sydney is located between the charming Muskoka towns of Bracebridge and Huntsville. These towns feature wonderful boutiques, bakeries, craft breweries, theatres and state of the art regional hospitals. Whether it is a day of gold on one of Muskoka’s many championship courses, an evening at the theatre or a morning at the spa you are close to all.
Relax You’re on Cottage Time!
The main cottage, built over the two slip boathouse, with 4 bedrooms, features an open plan living space with plenty of additional room for overnight guests. Grab a glass of wine and curl up on the large sofa in front of the fireplace. Relax in the living room with expansive views of Mary Lake. Sit back, listen to the soothing sounds of the waves gently lapping on the shore. Relax, unwind. You are on cottage time