Stunning Custom Waterfront Home | 426 Big Bay Point Road

July 30, 2020

Located in the prestigious Big Bay Point Road area, perfect for those looking for a recreational or full-time residence. 426 Big Bay Point Road is a stunning custom home just steps to Friday Harbour, golf, shopping, restaurants. This spectacular home sits on 2.5 beautifully landscaped acres with 80 feet frontage with incredible views of Kempenfelt Bay offering magnificent sunsets. This pristine 5 bedroom home, professionally built, beautifully designed and exquisitely decorated boasts over 5000 square feet.

 

 

 

Its inviting open concept design features expansive floor to ceiling glass windows and doors, exposed douglas fir beams, white oak hardwood floors, double story great room with floor to ceiling natural limestone double sided wood burning fireplace. The Chef-inspired eat-in kitchen with expansive custom cabinets and quartzite counters.

 

 

 

 

 

Summer dining comfortably entertained in the cedar-lined Muskoka room, conveniently located off the kitchen. There is also a Walkout wrap around deck off kitchen, dining, and great room.

 

 

 

A main floor master bedroom features a 2-sided wood-burning fireplace with sliding door walkout to deck and views of the water. The gorgeous ensuite boasts marble countertops and heated marble flooring.

 

 

On the upper level hosts 3 beautifully decorated, spacious bedrooms each with private balconies. Escape to the water and relax on the sundeck. Additional features include large mudroom/Laundry, finished basement, and a detached double garage.

 

 

 

Conveniently located walking distance to Friday Harbour. Close to golf courses, shopping, minutes to Barrie and Innisfil. 60 minutes to Toronto. It is a must-see! 

 

 

 

This property is currently listed at $2,599,000. For more information, please contact Kim Archer at (705) 445-5454.

 

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