Coveted Lock-and-Leave Residences Highlight Summer Offerings
(KEMBLE, Ontario) – Cobble Beach – Georgian Bay’s extraordinary waterfront golf resort community – and Reid’s Heritage Homes announce the addition of its latest lock-and-leave models in the coveted Grove neighborhood of the 574-acre property.
The Grove neighborhood is situated on one of the highest elevations of the community. The homes feature walkouts with expansive rear upper decks providing world-class water views and serene sunrises. On the lower level, the walkout includes eight-foot sliding doors with patios backing onto a lightly wooded ravine and natural surroundings.
Starting at $349,900, The Seaforth is an exceptional two-bedroom / three-bathroom condominium townhome. An upstairs loft opens to the spacious main floor kitchen and living area. An optional separate dining room or den overlooks a large covered front porch. The roomy back covered porch offers expansive bay views.
The Harriston, beginning at $359,900, is an outstanding two-bedroom / three-bathroom end-unit townhome. Both bedrooms are fully ensuite. The upstairs loft opens to the spacious main floor kitchen and living area. An optional third bedroom or den overlooks the large covered side porch. The covered back porch off the living room looks out to Georgian Bay and the Nantucket-style clubhouse.
Additionally, an upgraded Harriston home is priced at $419,900. A full golf membership initiation – a $30,000 value – is included with any home purchase. Reid’s Heritage Homes is also offering 50 percent off design upgrades through July 31, 2015.
“The magnificent homes in our Grove neighborhood provide some of the most spectacular water views you’ll find in Ontario,” says Rob McLeese, President of Cobble Beach. “Ideal for stress-free living, our homeowners also will enjoy the many amenities of our active Cobble Beach waterfront resort community.”
Low monthly dues include common element fees and a social membership (for the entire family) offering unlimited use of the tennis courts, fitness facilities, plunge pool, hot tub and steam room. Additionally, members receive 10% off meals at Sweetwater Restaurant and spa treatments, as well as advance invitations to, and discounts for, special events.
A year-round destination, Cobble Beach’s numerous winter activities include groomed snowshoe and cross country skiing trails, connection to Region 9 snowmobiling trails, dog sledding, ice fishing, ice skating on the community rink, and an indoor golf simulator to keep your game sharp during the colder months.
For more information about Cobble Beach real estate, visit www.cobblebeach.com or call 877.781.0149.
About Cobble Beach
Just outside the city of Owen Sound, two hours northwest of the Greater Toronto Area, Cobble Beach is one of Canada’s top golf destinations and most sought-after residential enclaves. The 574-acre development on Ontario’s stunning Georgian Bay opened in 2007, anchored by a thrilling, Doug Carrick-designed, links-style course with omnipresent water views.
Cobble Beach’s diverse mix of year-round and seasonal detached homes includes villas, townhomes and luxury estates linked by a pedestrian friendly network of streets and sidewalks. More than 18 kilometers of hiking, cycling and cross-country skiing trails promote symmetry between work, play, indulgence, health and wellness.
A Nantucket-style clubhouse features a five-star restaurant, bar, resort-caliber spa and fitness center, and 10 tastefully-appointed guest suites at The Inn at Cobble Beach. Guests also have access to The Cottages at Cobble Beach, each with two bedrooms, wet bars and living rooms. The Cottages offer the luxury of an all-inclusive resort with the relaxation and privacy of home.
The pedestrian-friendly, stress-free Cobble Beach environment features roof lines, site-positioning and strategically-placed windows encouraging residents to enjoy the great outdoors from the comfort of their home. Even the outdoor lighting follows Dark-Sky guidelines promoting privacy and stargazing. Landscaping complements the natural setting by using native plants and trees.