Welcome to Heritage Lake Estates, a beautiful community of 75 select, custom estate homes on a pristine lake, just minutes from Guelph. Live your dream amidst gorgeous nature and timeless history. Our professional Design Team will work with you to custom design your estate home to your personal taste and style. View the gallery for images of custom homes.
Puslinch is a quaint and charming hamlet distinguished by its beautiful country setting, amidst acres of rolling meadows, scenic lakes, cascading streams and nature trails winding through thickly wooded areas.
With an ideal location, just off the beaten track, Puslinch is moments from Guelph and Cambridge and just 45 minutes from Toronto. Rich in history and endowed with natural beauty, Puslinch is truly among the few, distinct, rare jewels in rural Ontario to offer an exclusive and prestigious country estate lifestyle with easy connections to modern urban living.
The master site plan for Heritage Lake Estates aims to preserve the site’s wilderness and natural beauty, while offering homeowners easy access to the country living experience. Over 4 km of walking trails trace the natural contours of the lake, hugging the tree line and winding through wildflower meadows. Select trails extend on to a boardwalk, branching out to a picturesque island in the middle of the lake, with scenic lookout points, a gazebo and a canoe landing.
Heritage Lake is a 60-acre lake, a remnant of the retreating glaciers that once covered much of the Canadian Shield more than 10,000 years ago. Today it is a pristine, natural ecosphere fed by underground aquifers that nourish the lake as well as its lush wooden surroundings. With home sites overlooking the panoramic north shore of the lake, the community is as select and exclusive as it is elegant and luxurious.
Residents can enjoy the private island and gazebo, leisurely canoeing, swimming and fishing on the trout stocked lake. The surrounding countryside offers a wealth of four-season recreational opportunities, from spring bird-watching to summer hiking and biking to spectacular fall colour vistas to winter cross-country skiing.
If you love an active outdoors lifestyle, you can enjoy a wealth of recreational opportunities in the lush undulating countryside. The Badenoch Tract, located on Watson Road, just minutes north of Highway 401, is a popular spot for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. The Starkey Loop Trail on Starkey Hill is another rustic walking trail that winds through dense forests of mixed hardwoods and softwoods. From the highest point of this trail, you can see Guelph’s famous Church of Our Lady Immaculate in the distance.
The community is within minutes of fine shopping, dining, healthcare and schools as well as outstanding cultural venues - theatre, museums, galleries and more.
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