sanctuary Skyline‘s Deerhurst Sanctuary is taking shape in Muskoka and odds are you’ll like that shape… a lot.

While the sun is setting around 5pm and the mercury is taking a dip, the cottage lifestyle that Deerhurst Sanctuary is still mighty appealing.

That’s because, beyond the classic activities like boating, hiking and golfing, the Deerhurst Resort offers top notch winter activities like skiing, snowshoeing and fine dining (which, of course, is good all year-round).

To make this sweet development even sweeter, Skyline recently launched their “Legacy Home Sites” — a collection of 32 sites ranging in size from 1.5 to 6 acres each. The developer believes these sites will allow purchasers seeking year-round resort living to establish a legacy.

Potential purchasers will also be pleased to know that they don’t call it “Sanctuary” for nothing. The development earned the name due to its location next to a 145-acre Private Nature Sanctuary owned by Skyline and maintained by The Woodland Heights Community Association. Home to three trails that will satisfy novice and experienced hikers alike, the amenity adds a considerably amount of value to the Legacy Home Sites.

Prices start from the mid-$200,000s. Stay tuned to BuzzBuzzHome News to learn more about Sanctuary.

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