Serenity Found in Georgian Bay

By Linde Hyder

There’s a place where rugged natural beauty combines with crystal-clear water to create a scenic wonderland of peace and serenity. This picturesque locale comprises 30,000 islands and 3,827 miles of unspoiled shoreline punctuated with towering pines, majestic cliffs and smooth Precambrian granite topography. Welcome to Canada’s Georgian Bay!

Presenting a lifestyle unlike any other, Georgian Bay is renowned for its stunning landscape and spectacular sport fishing, and is often referred to as the ‘Sixth Great Lake”.

“What makes Georgian Bay tremendously unique is that no place in the world has its topography and density of islands in such a pristine setting,” explains Sales Representative George Webster. “The area has always been a popular vacation destination and now, from an economic perspective and the strong US dollar, it’s even more enticing.”

George’s passion for Georgian Bay stems from childhood memories of summers spent here. Born and raised in Toronto—and a graduate of Georgetown University—George’s interest in real estate began as a Toronto developer. He transitioned into real estate sales after becoming an island owner in Sans Souci more than 30 years ago.

Recognized among the Top 5 percent in the residential marketplace, George’s extensive knowledge of ‘The Bay’ is without question. He has represented many fine properties and earned numerous awards throughout his career including Royal LePage’s Directors’ Platinum Award. He was also a Royal LePage National Award Recipient.

Canadians and Americans alike have been enjoying Georgian Bay’s spectacular scenery and freshwater activities since the 1890s. In some of the older established cottage communities such as Pointe au Baril, six generations have enjoyed summers at their island getaways.

Residents are attracted to Georgian Bay because of the privacy island ownership has to offer, yet city conveniences are just 20 minutes away. Shopping, world-class golf and fine dining are available in nearby port towns, while Toronto and a major airport are just a short drive away.

“Whether you’re looking for a four-season lodge overlooking a protected harbor or a luxurious 73-acre estate nestled in the forest, discover your private paradise in Georgian Bay,” says George.

George Webster
Royal LePage Meadowtowne Realty