PROPERTIES IN MUSKOKA

RED OAKS

430, 440 Muskoka Beach Road, Gravenhurst

These properties were specially designed to support the adult lifestyle of retired professionals and seniors. The large two-unit duplex home has been converted into spacious, private apartments with six and four units respectively. Primarily two-bedroom units, these generously-sized Muskoka apartments are approximately 1,300 sq ft and feature an open-concept layout. Appliances include: dishwasher, fridge, stove, forced air gas fireplaces, in-suite laundry facilities.

This quiet location on Muskoka Beach Road offers privacy and a tranquil, pastoral setting just a short drive from Gravenhurst’s town centre. Approximately 15 km south of Bracebridge, Gravenhurst offers the same scenic ‘Muskoka Living’, with a vibrant community rich in arts, culture, heritage and special events.

To rent an apartment here you will need a credit check as well as first and last months’ rent (one month’s rent to hold). We are currently accepting applications from prospective tenants who have been with their current place of employment for at least one year.

BASS ROCK APARTMENTS

124 River Road, Bracebridge

Bass Rock Apartments’ four storeys contain 23 units with one-two bedrooms each. These bright and spacious apartments have been updated within the past five years. Appliances include dishwasher, fridge, stove, shared laundry on the main floor. Features include on-site storage lockers, private balconies, and an elevator for your convenience.

Directly across from and overlooking the Muskoka River, Bass Rock apartments are tucked away on a very quiet street within walking distance to the shopping, parks, and amenities of downtown Bracebridge. Just down the road is the scenic rock outcropping for which the building gets its name. Over the years, many Bracebridge families have spent time relaxing at this secluded spot, whether for a picnic, a quiet swim, or to cast their fishing rods under the tall pines.

To rent an apartment here you will need a credit check as well as first and last months’ rent (one month’s rent to hold). We are currently accepting applications from prospective tenants who have been with their current place of employment for at least one year.

ABOUT THE REGION

The District of Muskoka is a natural playground located a short two-hour drive north of the Greater Toronto area. Muskoka is made up of the distinctive towns of Bracebridge, Gravenhurst, and Huntsville, and the vibrant townships of Georgian Bay, Lake of Bays, Muskoka Lakes.

Long known as one of Canada’s premiere four-season vacation destinations, Muskoka is a hotbed of unique arts and culture experiences, as well as time-honoured traditions, festivals and events. From the iconic rocks and windswept conifers of Georgian Bay to the deep lush forests of Algonquin Park, the Muskoka landscapes that inspired the Group of Seven continue to provide an awe-inspiring backdrop for each of its lively communities. Often called “Cottage Country” for its large number of summer tourists, attractions in the region include fishing, golfing, waterfalls, beaches, and a unique cultural history that’s maintained through various heritage sites and museums throughout the region.

Muskoka is also a thriving centre of business in Ontario’s near north. The ongoing development of infrastructure and connectivity support the region’s steady economic growth, diversity and sustainability. Innovative entrepreneurs and businesses of all sizes are building a competitive Muskoka that respects its dependence on pristine, clean waters and untouched nature.

Publicly funded schools in Muskoka are operated by three separate school boards: the Trillium Lakelands District School Board (TLDSB), the Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board (SMCDSB), and the Near North District School Board (NNDSB). Post-secondary options include the Muskoka campus of Georgian College.

Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare (MAHC) provides emergency health care services and inpatient care at two hospital sites in Huntsville and Bracebridge.  Patient care is also supported through a number of outpatient programs at both hospital sites and at the Almaguin Highlands Health Centre in Burk’s Falls.