The County of Haliburton is made of four local municipalities:
- Township of Algonquin Highlands
- Municipality of Dysart et al
- Municipality of Highlands East
- Township of Minden Hills
There are so many beautiful lakes in Haliburton County.
Here is a link to many of the beautiful lakes Haliburton County has to offer: Lakes of Haliburton County
Todd Sayles has been enjoying cottage life in cottage country for over 20 years. Years ago he and his partner Denise made a decision to leave the city to make this peaceful and friendly area their home. Why? Well with the wonderful opportunities for outdoor adventures every season of the year including endless places to hike, ski, boat, fish, and stargaze the question became – why not? The area has one-of-a-kind shopping, dining and farmer’s markets, trails, boating, fishing, etc. It’s the ideal location to own a home or cottage. The people in Haliburton County are some of the kindest, thoughtful people I have ever met!
Todd’s professional background includes a successful 29 year career as a teacher where he demonstrated commitment to building respectful, inclusive, positive relationships.
Todd spent the last few years of his teaching career in Haliburton. He brings this work and relationship ethic into his passion for real estate. Todd’s top priorities are assessing each client’s needs and ensuring that they are met and being 110% committed through a partnership that is built on trust and respect.
Todd is extremely proud to be a member of the Ball Real Estate Inc. Brokerage team, Bobcaygeon branch in beautiful Bobcaygeon. His very first sale of a cottage was in the Haliburton Highlands (Highlands East) on Lower Paudash Lake. Paudash Lake is a lake in south central Ontario southwest of Bancroft along Highway 28. The lake is located just north of Silent Lake Provincial Park in Haliburton County, 27 km south of the panhandle of Algonquin Provincial Park.
Haliburton County is in cottage country. Located in Central Ontario, it is a 2.5 hour drive north of the GTA. Haliburton has breathtaking scenery, lakes, and a thriving arts community. Haliburton has many public and private art galleries, artists’ studios, museums and Glebe Park. Glebe Park is 175 acres of woodlands and rolling hills with networks of trails for walking, mountain-biking, cross county skiing and snowshoeing. It is also a great place to engage with art, culture and heritage. Glebe Park is home to the Haliburton Highlands Museum, Haliburton Sculpture Forest and Fleming School of Art + Design.
The natural beauty of Haliburton County may even inspire you to take painting lessons from talented local artists. Another must see in Haliburton is the Haliburton Forest and Wildlife Reserve. You can guide yourself through an indoor education centre and many museum displays, watch documentaries in the theatre, visit their gift shop and of course view the wolves from one of two indoor observation areas.
Todd would love to share his passion, appreciation and knowledge of Haliburton county with you. Todd has seen numerous moose, lynx, coyotes, birds of prey and deer in the Haliburton area. He also has connections with a professional wildlife photographer if you are interested in seeing or purchasing some beautiful wildlife photography.
Thinking of buying or selling a home or cottage in beautiful Haliburton County? It’s time to connect with Todd. Cell 705-991-5555.