Haliburton County borders Algonquin Park on the north. Haliburton County is dubbed the "Haliburton Highlands". This is in part attributed to its similarity to the Scottish Highlands, and the Scottish ancestry of the founding population. The Haliburton Highlands region is also one of the higher points on the Canadian Shield, ranging from 1,066 feet (325 m) to 1,450 feet (440 m) above sea level.
Size: Approx. 17,000 people
Nearest Towns: Minden Hills, Coboconk
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Haliburton Cottages & Real Estate For Sale
Haliburton real estate and cottage sales start to gain momentum each April as the ice and snow melt in the Haliburton Highlands. Situated on one of the higher points of the Canadian Shield, with a rugged landscape scattered with rivers and lakes, the area is a prime spot for people who want to own a cottage or real estate property.
Haliburton, which is known for its thriving arts and cultural community, is home to many galleries, workshops, art studios, and artistic events. With myriad options for outdoor recreation year-round, Haliburton is one of Ontario's key cottage destinations. Indeed, the area suits the lifestyles of summer cottagers and full-time recreationalists alike.
If you're thinking of buying real estate in Haliburton, here are some of the many recreational activities and venues available in the area:
If you're pining for an outdoor haven in a Group of Seven landscape, with access to some of Ontario's most popular provincial parks – consider looking at cottages for sale in Haliburton. It’s hard to beat the 'Highlands,' a getaway that is less than a three-hour drive from Toronto. If you're ready to start searching for Haliburton real estate or simply want more information, contact Kawartha Waterfront Realty and we can assist in your dream cottage search and send you the most up-to-date Haliburton real estate listings.
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