20 Aug

Muskoka Modern

This photo is representative of the new style of architecture that adorns the shorelines of Muskoka Lakes. For the past decade many older family cottages have been torn down and replaced by large glass and steel structures. Some call them McMansions. I’m not being judgmental on whether this is right or wrong. Muskoka has always attracted power and wealthy people with unique tastes. This 7500 sq ft abode is currently available for a mere $14.75M CAD

In: boathouses of muskoka, in and around muskoka ontario, on the water

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  1. Don Hedger says:

    The property taxes, based on mill rate, possibly $20,000.00 +
    I am surprised there isn’t a plane there ~ guess when you have such a place why not jet to airport & shuttle to “cottage”

    Bet they don’t spend 2 weeks a year there ~ because of the size you might need a plan where the bathrooms are. Lots of nice pickerel in Lake Muskoka this summer near 7kg total & good size bass as well ~ not a pike to be seen. Very interesting to say the least

  2. Betsy Givan Martens says:

    No. Just: no.

  3. It really isn’t what I think of when I think of Muskoka, but then, it’s a whole new world out there!

  4. Ed Boutilier says:

    Don – yeas I agree likely over $20K in taxes these days. I have heard people are getting some nice Pickerel out of Lake Muskoka and the Moon River as well.

  5. Ed Boutilier says:

    Jenn – Yup, the times are a changing for sure. There are many of these modern looking structures on the shorelines now.

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