Mactier

About Mactier

Mactier is a small community located deep in the forests of Ontario’s Cottage Country, a short distance of the Trans-Canada Highway approximately 90 minutes north of Toronto.

Real Estate Statistics
Total Listings 2
Average Price $1,247,000
Highest Price $2,329,000
Lowest Price $165,000

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Photo of Listing #40185243

559 High Street, Mactier

$165,000

MLS® # 40185243

ISLAND HERITAGE REALTY INC., BROKERAGE, PARRY SOUND - PS59
Photo of Listing #40163911
3 Beds, 1 Baths, 864 Sf

399 Healey Lake Road, Mactier

$2,329,000

MLS® # 40163911

HARVEY KALLES REAL ESTATE LTD., BROKERAGE, PORT CARLING, -M189

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Area of Mactier

Part of Mactier sits on the shores of Stewart Lake - a relatively small body of water compared to the much larger Muskoka Lakes system a short distance east. The expansive Lake Joseph is only 2.5 kilometres away, including many marinas and bays for easy access to boats.

The region within which Mactier is situated is geologically known as the Canadian Shield, an area defined by shallow bedrock, often breaking through the thin layer of soil into rugged rock outcroppings, surrounded by hundreds of glacial lakes and many islands.

Taking the Trans-Canada Highway north from Toronto, Mactier is accessible via Lake Joseph Road, and then High Street after a few minutes drive. Most of the town is located along this street, with a rail line running in parallel. A few side streets complete the town layout, most of which are lined with suburban homes on relatively large plots.

Foot’s Bay is approximately 5 minutes southeast, and Balas is a further 15 minutes past that.

Mactier Real Estate

MacTier has a number of residential homes within the town itself. Some of these are early-to-mid century traditional homes, with wood or vinyl siding, conservancies, attic rooms, gambrel roofs, and dormer windows. Others are custom suburban mid-century homes in red brick and vinyl siding, with decks and large windows.

There are also some more modern constructions, usually built according to neo-rustic coastal or cabin styles. These homes tend to incorporate fully finished basements and large decks for enjoying the views.

Most properties are open, without fences, and on-street parking. In many places you can see the rocks of the Canadian Shield breaking through the soil.

Further out, the MacTier area offers many of the same property opportunities that bring real estate buyers to Ontario’s Cottage Country. Specifically, the many wooded and coastal cabins, cottages, and lakeside homes. With these properties you can enjoy views of the water, as well as private docks or boathouses.

Keep a look out for empty lots or undeveloped land to build a custom cabin or house of your dreams.

Things to Do in Mactier

Mactier has a number of attractions within the town, like a community center, park, and beach on the shores of Lake Stewart. Mactier arena at the community center is where community members play and watch hockey or go to skate.

There’s also the MacTier Railroad Heritage Society, an organization aimed at preserving and communicating the history of the local railway.

To the west of MacTier are various lark parks and preserves, including O’Donnell Point Provincial Reserve, Oastler Lake Provincial Park, and The Massasauga Provincial Park. Beyond these lie Georgian Bay of Lake Huron - one of the Great Lakes. The shores along Georgian Bay include hundreds of forested islands.

The extended area around MacTier contains a number of marinas and golf courses, allowing for a number of outdoor activities in the summer. The winter months are just as full of things to do, like cross-country skiing, ice fishing, skating, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling.

Golf courses near MacTier include:

  • Rocky Crest Golf Club
  • Oviinbyrd Golf Club
  • Muskoka Woodlands Golf Course

The largest landings and marinas are:

  • Gordon Bay Marine to the north
  • Hamer Bay Marine to the north
  • The Cove on Lake Joseph to the southeast
  • Stills Bay Landing

Interested in learning more about the incredible Mactier Real Estate? Get in touch with Heather Scott online today!

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