SOLD! 4868 Bone Island, Georgian Bay, Honey Harbour Georgian Bay

SKU: 40153590
Property type: Cottage
Area (Sq Ft)

The space

  • Year Built: 1950
  • Property Type : Single Family
  • Building Type : House
  • Land Size : 6.825 ac|5 - 9.99 acres
  • Appliances Included : Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Stove, Window Coverings
  • Basement Type : Crawl space (Unfinished)
  • Features : Golf course/parkland, Beach, Country residential, Recreational
  • Foundation Type : Stone
  • Style : Detached
  • Architecture Style : Bungalow
  • Construction Material : Wood frame
  • Storage : Holding Tank
  • Fireplace : 1
  • Fireplace Fuel : Wood
  • Utility Sewer : Holding Tank
  • Water : Lake/River Water Intake
  • Exterior Finish: Asbestos, Stone, Wood
  • Amenities Nearby : Beach, Golf Nearby, Marina
  • Access : Water access
  • Zoning Description : SR12-43
  • Waterfront : Waterfront
  • Waterfront Name: Georgian Bay


Just Sold On Georgian Bay!

Beautiful Bone Island. Southwest facing with deep water docking on almost 5 acres. Gorgeous granite shoreline and bonus sandy beach for the grandkids. Located in a quiet bay on the southern tip of the island with no boat traffic or anchoring. The main cottage has two bedrooms and a three piece bathroom. There is a gorgeous granite wood-burning fireplace for cuddling up on those cool Fall nights. The two outbuildings consist of a dry boathouse and a bunkie with additional sleeping quarters. Convert the bunkie into a home office and enjoy the elevated water view from your desk. This is a very special one of a kind property that you will enjoy with your family for years to come.


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Bonnie Blanchard

Sales Representative
Meet Bonnie. Born in Toronto, Bonnie raised her family in Aurora and enjoyed a 32 year long teaching career in the Aurora/Newmarket area. Bonnie has bought and sold many houses over the years, completed countless renovations and even a new build so naturally, it was her goal to work in real estate after retiring from teaching. Bonnie fell in love with Georgian Bay when her own parents retired to the Meaford area in the early 90’s.  The draw of The Bay didn’t end there, Bonnie purchased a cottage in Honey Harbour where she is an active member of the community and has now relocated to Midland so she can be by The Bay 12 months of the year. “There is something magical about the place where the rocks meet the water”, says Bonnie and she’d like to share that experience with you. Having made the move herself, Bonnie is excited to…