Loyalist Country Club

FEATURED IN ACTIVE LIFE MAGAZINE – MAY/ JUNE 2016

Lifestyle of small-town charm, arts and culture

ActiveLife-MayJune2016

Close to the small-town charm of bath, Kingston’s history and culture, and Lake Ontario beaches and marinas, Loyalist Country Club is a signature golf course development with scenic fairways bordering residents’ backyards. And every new home includes a free membership (a $10,000 value) to the elegant 20,000-square-foot Loyalist Clubhouse.

The vast majority of owners purchase a home here because of the tremendous lifestyle that awaits when they’re not golfing. The social hub of the community, the Clubhouse, offers large locker rooms, club storage and a fully stocked pro shop, in addition to an exercise room, meeting rooms, large ballroom, billiards room, cards room, snack bar, an outdoor heated swimming pool and hot tub. It also has an excellent restaurant that offers both formal and casual dining, with a large verandah and a licensed lounge and outdoor patio offering a panoramic elevated view of the 18th green.

Additionally, much of the appeal of Loyalist comes from its waterfront setting on Lake Ontario, a short stroll away from boating, fishing and watersports. The surrounding Bay of Quinte region has been called Canada’s “best kept secret” and for good reason. The area is a natural wonder, combining the beauty of the Lake Ontario shore with rolling terrain with towering trees, ponds and creeks scattered throughout. There are marinas, provincial parks and conservation areas, with hiking and biking trails, along with sensational bird watching opportunities.

“This community attracts people who want to stay active and live in an area where there are plenty of cultural pursuits,” says Loyalist New Home Sales Advisor Linda McCormack. “Loyalist is a complete lifestyle community and residents can pursue a large variety of
activities and interests here.”

Equal distance between Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal, with Syracuse, N.Y. an hour-and-a-half to the south, every home is either a detached bungalow, bungalow-lofts or bungalow townhome, with two to three bedrooms, ideally suited to empty nesters or zoomers approaching retirement and interested in main-floor living. Detached bungalows and bungalowlofts range from 1,050 to 2,922 square feet (including
three new models), with prices starting at $329,990. Townhomes range from 1,269 to 1,703 square feet with prices starting at $254,990.
Exterior features include quality siding with brick, stone and decorative trim accents as per plan, garages and fully graded lots with sod. Interior highlights include large windows, gourmet kitchens, crafted cabinets in kitchens and bathrooms, quality ceramic tile, luxury broadloom and oak pickets and handrails.

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