Listings on Little Redstone Lake
10-acre building lot on Blue Heron Trail, Little Redstone Lake
Welcome to your future cottage retreat on Little Redstone Lake. This exclusive building lot boasts over 500 feet of clean, unspoiled shoreline and expands over a generous 10-acre area, blending natural beauty with endless possibilities for future construction. The elevated building lot is uniquely positioned to offer a naturally flat building spot. From this vantage point, you’ll enjoy panoramic views of the stunning lake. The proposed architectural plans depict a modern build, a true testament to contemporary design featuring a sleek flat roof, expansive glass exteriors, and complete with an outdoor shower. The overall design is sure to impress. Seize the opportunity to own a piece of paradise on Little Redstone Lake in the Haliburton Highlands.
1271 Blue Heron Trail on Little Redstone Lake, Haliburton
Tucked away in the picturesque Haliburton Highlands, a true northern log home overlooking the serene Little Redstone Lake. This home boasts four inviting bedrooms, 3.5 well-appointed baths, and an expansive 8-acre property that promises seclusion and tranquility. On the home’s main floor, the open-concept layout effortlessly marries modern conveniences with rustic allure, complemented by an impressive stone fireplace that serves as the heart of the home. The lower level features a rec room, den and large games room! Warm and inviting, the log home stands as a testament to the beauty and simplicity of the northern way of life. Outside, a spacious deck extends the living area providing ample space for outdoor entertaining and gathering. The properties stunning 500 feet of waterfront is a gateway to endless recreation and relaxation, with a large dock that is perfect for soaking in the sun or savoring a quiet moment, overlooking the clear waters of Little Redstone Lake. This home offers a unique blend of luxury and nature. It’s more than a home; it’s an experience, an invitation to live the lakefront dream in the scenic wonder of the Haliburton Highlands.