Historic Royal Island

2 Island 810 Royal Island, Georgian Bay, ON

  • $2,200,000
  • 2 BEDS
  • 1 BATHS
  • 800 sq.ft. Home
  • 2 Island 810 Royal Island, Georgian Bay, ON
  • 2 BEDS
  • 1 BATHS
  • 800 sq.ft. Home
  • $2,200,000

Key Facts

  • MLS® #: 40117850
  • Property ID: SIRC712943
  • Property Type: Lots & Land, Land - Island
  • Living Space: 800 sq.ft.
  • Lot Size: 17 acres
  • Year Built: 1990
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Additional Rooms: Den
  • Approximate Age: 30 years

Property Description

Welcome to Historic Royal Island, located on Honey Harbour, Georgian Bay. A rare opportunity to acquire an entire 17.75 acre island with approximately 5000 feet of multi-exposure shoreline situated in the heart of one of Ontario’s legendary cottage regions. Originally the location of the luxurious Royal Island Hotel, this private island has been severed into seven 2.5 acre lots and is being sold as one land parcel. Build your own private family compound or pursue the development of it’s 7 separately deeded lots. While you build your dream project(s), enjoy shelter or overnight accommodation at the existing 1.5 storey 800 sq ft, 1 ½ story legacy cottage with it’s airy vaulted ceilings, 2 bedrooms & 4 piece bath, living room, kitchen, and woodstove. At the end of a hard day, enjoy a cold beverage on the lakeside deck overlooking the beautifully natural shoreline and long lake views of nearby Beausoleil Island. A convenient private dock is also installed to moor your boats and allow for leisurely downtime basking in the sunshine. Known for its rugged natural landscapes and windswept pines, this historic Georgian Bay area offers an unparalleled opportunity to live on one of the world’s largest bodies of freshwater.

Just 10 minutes from HWY 400 and 95 minutes from the GTA, Royal Island is accessible to all the major local amenities - marinas, grocery and hardware stores - just a 3 minute boat ride away.

Royal Island Hotel History
Opened in 1903 by the Grise brothers, the Royal Hotel operated from 1903 to the mid 1970`s. In its glory years, it was considered ` The Destination of Georgian Bay". With its distinctive grand white siding, this grand three storey hotel sat along the channel across from Honey Harbour. Royal Island Hotel was serviced by Steamboats like SS Midland City that were in the Muskoka area. The hotel featured large verandas on both the first and second floor, The Hotel was finally closed in the 1970s and later demolished.

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Amenities

  • Acreage
  • Bay
  • Bay View
  • Beach Resort
  • Boating
  • Country Living
  • Dock
  • Fireplace
  • Fishing
  • Harbour
  • Hardwood Floors
  • Island
  • Lake
  • Lake Access
  • Lake view
  • Lakefront
  • Open Porch
  • Privacy
  • Private Island
  • Scenic
  • Water View
  • Waterfront

Rooms

  • TypeLevelDimensionsFlooring
  • Living roomMain3.66 x 4.57 mHardwood
  • Master bedroomMain3.05 x 3.35 mHardwood
  • KitchenMain3.66 x 3.66 mHardwood
  • BedroomMain3.05 x 3.35 mHardwood
  • LoftUpper3.35 x 4.57 mOther
  • Bonus RoomUpper3.05 x 3.05 mOther

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Area Description

Known for its rugged natural landscapes and windswept pines, this historic Georgian Bay area offers an unparalleled chance to live on one of the world’s largest bodies of freshwater. The landscape was often featured in many Group of Seven paintings and with its many sandy beaches and clear blue waters, it’s easy to see why. The landscape is home to diverse plants and animal wildlife and provides excellent sport fishing for the outdoor enthusiast. Local amenities include several marinas, local restaurants and quaint shops. The area is a four-season community, popular for boating and hiking in summer, and ice fishing and snowmobiling in winter.

Just 10 minutes from HWY 400 and 95 minutes from the GTA, Royal Island is accessible to all the major local amenities - marinas, grocery and hardware stores - just a 3 minute boat ride away.

Royal Island Hotel History
Opened in 1903 by the Grise brothers, the Royal Hotel operated from 1903 to the mid 1970`s. In its glory years, it was considered ` The Destination of Georgian Bay". With its distinctive grand white siding, this grand three storey hotel sat along the channel across from Honey Harbour. Royal Island Hotel was serviced by Steamboats like SS Midland City that were in the Muskoka area. The hotel featured large verandas on both the first and second floor, The Hotel was finally closed in the 1970s and later demolished.

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Known for its rugged natural landscapes and windswept pines, this historic Georgian Bay area offers an unparalleled chance to live on one of the world’s largest bodies of freshwater. The landscape was often featured in many Group of Seven paintings and with its many sandy beaches and clear blue waters, it’s easy to see why. The landscape is home to diverse plants and animal wildlife and provides excellent sport fishing for the outdoor enthusiast. Local amenities include several marinas, local restaurants and quaint shops. The area is a four-season community, popular for boating and hiking in summer, and ice fishing and snowmobiling in winter.

Just 10 minutes from HWY 400 and 95 minutes from the GTA, Royal Island is accessible to all the major local amenities - marinas, grocery and hardware stores - just a 3 minute boat ride away.

Royal Island Hotel History
Opened in 1903 by the Grise brothers, the Royal Hotel operated from 1903 to the mid 1970`s. In its glory years, it was considered ` The Destination of Georgian Bay". With its distinctive grand white siding, this grand three storey hotel sat along the channel across from Honey Harbour. Royal Island Hotel was serviced by Steamboats like SS Midland City that were in the Muskoka area. The hotel featured large verandas on both the first and second floor, The Hotel was finally closed in the 1970s and later demolished.

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