Property Overview

This waterfront lot is 100 feet of lake front by approx. 300 feet (close to a football field).

Looking out to the lake from the home you will enjoy an almost 180 degree view of lake without seeing neighboring homes.

This section of Greystones has been fully developed so you can plan to enjoy the tranquility without neighboring properties being under construction.

The original owners have spent two decades improving the land.  Some of the key improvements include:

  • The unique sand beach involved significant excavation and trucking in sand.
  • Planting evergreens was also undertaken over the decades to complement the natural forest.
  • Improving the lake front area involved countless hours to enhance its beauty and enjoyment for years to come.

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(aerial property view)

The home construction was completed in 2003 in a fashion to complement the forest setting.

The home has approximately 2,700 square feet of living space with 1,600 on upper floors and 1,100 square feet on walkout level.  All floors including walkout offer fabulous views of the lake through full size windows.  It has 4 bedrooms and 3 baths including a gas fireplace in the master.

The natural lighting in the home is fabulous with all the windows to the lake and the 24 foot vault on the main floor.  The loft has additional lighting provided by sky-lights.

A highlight of the property is the covered deck that allows for its use in all four seasons.  The covered deck includes an expanded waterfront view and the feel of a much larger forested lot due to additional 110 feet of forest covering neighboring property to east.

A rare opportunity to own a beautifully developed property at Greystones on the Lake.

Greystones Estates

Greystones, an exclusive development at the north end of Buck Lake is home to the most prestigious homes.

This development with preeminent properties has fabulous southern views of the lake. 

From this vantage point owners can enjoy the sunrise through to the colorful sunsets that are a regular feature of this West Country lake. 

The north side of the lake offers views of a provincial park,  a beautiful forested feature. that will remain in its natural state for generations to come.  

The large open waters invite an abundance of species of birds and water fowl.  

The lake also benefits from the fact that approximately a third of the shore line is crown land resulting in large areas of continuous forest. The north has a large grazing reserve which abuts part of the north shore and another crown land area encompasses the Calhoun Bay camp area and beyond.

This will ensure that much of the lake shore is forever maintained in its natural pristine state.