Frequently Asked Questions

Why Leased Land?
The cost savings on the land keeps the housing more affordable, no land transfer tax and property taxes are generally lower. Your property value is generally dependant on the community as ours is controlled.

We will constantly be improving and adding venues and amenities so the value in your home will increase. You will be free to travel knowing that we will be there to look after your home and property.

As a planned retirement community the ease of resale will be there when you are ready to move on.

Why Massey?
Once you live here that's an easy question to answer.

The clean air, friendly neighbors, and no congestion and frankly a slower pace. As we are on the Trans Canada Highway its the perfect location for snowbirds and R.V.ers. Like fishing? boating? the Spanish River flows right in to Lake Huron so the fishing is superior and the boating unlimited.

Lot services?
Each lot is 20 meters x 40 meters or 30 meters x 35 meters comes with their own septic system that we maintain and water from our government regulated well.

Your private driveway is located close to your home and if you wish you may have a garage or carport erected.

Most our lots back on to our private bush where you can access our trail system

Its so Far
Most people are concerned that their family won't visit. Not true! you wont be able to get rid of them. With so much to do most stays are longer and they are always wanting to come back for a visit.

Did I mention that we are an hour closer than Elliot Lake?

What about the snow?
Massey is located far enough east of Lake Superior that the snowfall is minimal. The lake effect snow that affects the GTA starts on Lake Huron and goes south east so we are not affected by that either.

Winter 2007-2008 had the greatest snowfall in decades and we only had to clear our roads 12 times.

As for the temperatures, we are generally 3 degrees lower than the GTA.

Are there bugs?
As there is a constant breeze from Lake Huron the bugs in Muskoka are worse than here. The blackflies generally die off with the first week of 20+ degrees. By the time the blueberries are ready to pick you wont be pestered.