Scugog Real Estate Port Perry Realtor

The Lake Scugog area has plenty to offer and is known as Scugog as a search parameter for properties which includes Nestleton to the East, Greenbank to the north and all the villages of Caesarea, Blackstock, Prince Albert, Manchester, Seagrave and of course Port Perry. Whether you’re looking for a home or a cottage, in a small lakefront community like Port Perry, this website is here to help you. Click here to search Port Perry real estate listings. If you’re not sure exactly what kind of home will fit your family and your budget, feel free to explore this website or contact Brian McKinlay at bmckinlay@live.com or call direct 905-260-1568 and he will help you sort through the details and get you pointed in the right direction.

At a population of about 20,000 people Scugog, is big enough to offer all the amenities – shopping, dining, entertainment, health care, recreation – and small enough to feel like home.
Port Perry is a community of approximately 10,000 residents and is located in the south end of Scugog Township and is north of Toronto and Oshawa. Due to its closeness to Toronto and soon quicker access with the incoming 407 to the south, travel to the GTA will be more accessible as many local residents commute to Toronto on a daily basis to go to work. However, despite this, Port Perry serves as a hub for many smaller communities in the surrounding area. The Great Blue Heron Charitable Casino is a popular place for people to visit and is also one of the biggest employers in the area.

Port Perry’s Victorian-era downtown

Many newcomers to the area are swept away by Port Perry’s Victorian-era downtown that is lined with clothing stores, cafes, small restaurants, book stores, art galleries, antique shops and other small local establishments that are unique to this specific area. There are also a number of small festivals that are popular attractions to Port Perry during the summertime. Such events include the Mississauga First Nation Pow Wow, the Highland Games, Dragon Boat Races and StreetFest. Port Perry also encourages their locals to purchase their produce from local farmers that open their homes to visitors that can pick their own seasonal fruit such as strawberries, apples and raspberries. For more information on why you should visit Port Perry, visit the town’s official website at www.discoverportperry.ca  Port Perry is a wonderful place to raise a family, to cottage, or to enjoy an empty nest!

Port Perry’s harbour waterfront marina