Welcome to Issue 4 of the FLC News, MDM’s newsletter keeping you up to date with all the progress on site at the Fenelon Lakes Club as well as sharing some local community highlights and news.
Drywalling continues over in Balsam house, with taping and priming mostly complete on the lower floors. The walls for the top floor in Cameron house have now been poured, and coming up next will be final glazing and roof installation.
Exterior siding work is now complete on the southernmost block of townhomes, along with the interior drywall. The northernmost block of townhomes is nearing completion of exterior insulation, and framing for the central block has reached the second floor.
Exciting times onsite!
Hop into Spring Fun!
Get ready for Easter Eggstravaganza happening April 8th throughout the downtown Fenelon Falls area. Explore the local businesses to find Easter-themed items, enjoy a story walk, and take home a goody bag.
And don’t miss the Kawartha Lakes Country Living Show, running from April 21 to 23 at the Fenelon Falls Community Centre. This free event features over 100 booths with products and services specifically for country homes, farms, and cottages. The Barn and Bunkie Hello Spring Sale will also return this year, showcasing local artisans and their handmade goods.
High Demand for Recreational Homes
The Globe and Mail recently published an article highlighting the high demand for recreational properties in Canada.
They note that remote work schedules and a surge in people taking up outdoor hobbies have led to a supercharged desire for recreational homes, driving up prices and lowering supply. Realtors in Canadian cities close to mountains, lakes or beaches report hot real estate markets, with agents highlighting a lack of inventory in Banff, Canmore and Muskoka.
In Ontario, one agent cites the geographic restrictions impacting supply, noting the difficulties in adding inventory due to the lack of true waterfront property available.