Cobble Beach is a golf resort community on Georgian Bay
As work and family responsibilities change, many families are looking to move away from a hectic, city lifestyle, to a calmer, more-connected way of life. Built on 574 pristine acres on the shores of Georgian Bay is Cobble Beach. This growing waterfront/golf resort community has become associated with exceptional living at a more-than-reasonable price. According to Stan Reljic of Century 21, current home buyers are not only educated and savvy, but they want value for their money.
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Cobble Beach showcases custom-built homes with stunning water views. New home purchasers not only get to choose from a variety of models and floorplans, but they also get to choose between single-family detached homes (from the $570s), or attached townhomes (starting in the $430s).
Part of the master plan at Cobble Beach is to promote environmental stewardship, including woodlots and water features. The 18-hole, links-style Doug Carrick golf course was designed to follow the natural topography of the land, enhancing the physical beauty in addition to minimizing water and fertilizer usage.
Onsite, Cobble Beach also has more than 14 kilometres of hiking and biking trails, US Open-style tennis courts, an outdoor plunge pool, 260-foot day dock, a beach club with personal watercraft racks, a children’s playground, fire pits and more.
At the heart of Cobble Beach is the Nantucket-style clubhouse, which includes fine dining and an extensive wine list, as well as a resort-inspired spa and a fitness facility, in addition to a 10-room boutique-style inn and cottages.
Long-time Cobble Beach residents, Brian and Rona-Lynn Ferguson, are strong advocates. “What we like about Cobble Beach is the availability of outdoor recreation without having to get into a car – golfing, walking, cycling, swimming, fishing, kayaking, sailing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, tennis and skating. Not avid golfers when we arrived, we have since become pretty frequent,” says Ferguson. “We like our neighbours and have made many new friends. Our grandchildren love to spend time with us in the summer.”
The Cobble Beach community is 15 minutes from the state-of-the-art Julie McArthur Recreation Centre and the regional hospital. “This unique community brings the best of city living into a country setting,” says Rob McLeese, president. “With fibre optic cable and natural gas throughout, plus a tertiary wastewater treatment plant, Cobble Beach is a responsible development.”
Owen Sound offers up a wide range of amenities, and residents are only two and a half hours north of Toronto Pearson International Airport. Coming this spring is flight service between downtown Toronto and Wiarton Airport.
Exceptional value for an active lifestyle seals the deal at Cobble Beach.