7 VACANT LOTS,
4 WITH COTTAGES
Located on a sandy peninsula of 22 acres, the Castor Blanc Peninsula project has 11 properties for sale, 7 vacant lots and 4 lots with cottages.
For more than 60 years, the peninsula has been part of a campground/outfitter. It was acquired by the current promoter : Wigwam in 2015.
WHY SHOULD YOU SETTLE THERE?
AN EXCEPTIONAL LIVING ENVIRONMENTThe vast majority of the neighbouring shorelines, which belong to the Department of Energy and Natural Resources, are protected and will remain intact
TRANQUILITYWith a surface area of 2.4 square kilometres and 17 kilometres of shoreline, the lake surrounding the peninsula is very peaceful. The presence of motor boats is rare, especially in the northern basin and even during the height of summer.
ECO RESPONSIBILITYOur mission: Make the Castor Blanc Peninsula a place where respecting the environment is a priority.
UNBEATABLE QUALITY-PRICE RATIONature and environment lovers will find a unique site at a very affordable price.
STANDARDS FOR THE WELL-BEING OF ALLThe standards to be respected ensure a quality of life and a project with a harmonious development.
THE ADVANTAGES OF SANDY SOILThe soft soil will permit an easy and economical construction of a future residence including the installation of the septic tank system due to the low slope which means lower costs overall. The flat sandy surfaces of the lots offer an easy and convivial access to the lake for all to enjoy a pleasant swim and are puddle-free after rainfalls.
A WORD FROM THE PROMOTER
It all began in 1925, when my grandparents and a group of friends in their early twenties bought land at Castor Blanc Lake and built a hunting camp using log-construction. The old camp still exists and to this day is inhabited by our family during the summer months.
Born in 1948 and raised in Gatineau, I started coming regularly with my parents to the Castor Blanc Lake camp at a very young age. Passionate about the serenity and beauty the lake has to offer, and as an amateur of trees and wildlife I chose to buy my own land … and in 1999 built a residence.
In 2010, I became involved in the Castor Blanc lake association and was president for five consecutive years. During the same period (2010-2015) I was also president of the association dedicated to the protection of the lakes located on the territory of the MRC of Vallée-de-la-Gatineau.
I had envisioned for many years a change in vocation of the former outfitter “Le Domaine du Castor Blanc” from a commercial entity into an eco-responsible site. Thus the opportunity in 2015 to buy the outfitter, and after four years of careful planning and hard work: the result is the Castor Blanc Peninsula residential project.
Once you have visited the peninsula, studied what the surrounding areas have to offer and read the project standards on our web site; it should be obvious that this project is addressed to a clientele seeking tranquility, believes in the protection of the environment, wants neighbours who share the same values, seeks homogeneity in the building esthetics, and wants to continue to enjoy the beautiful haunting sound of the loons, … forever.
Enjoy your visit and do not hesitate to contact me. I know the project like the back of my hand.