Distinctive stone gates mark the entrance to The Stonebridge by the Bay community. The architecture takes its cues from 1920s Wasaga Beach, Cape Cod, other coastal communities, and American architect Robert Stern. Inspired façades may feature, depending on the model, high-pitched roofs, maintenance-free Hardie board trim, bell lines, stone accents, columns, cedar-shake like trim, recessed walls, decorative trim, sidelights, transoms, covered balconies, covered porches, decorative windows, Juliet balconies, peaked dormers, and turrets. Stonebridge by the Bay homes have ENERGY STAR features such as low E argon-filled windows, extra insulation, a high efficiency two-stage furnace, and a high-efficiency heat recovery ventilator.
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Stonebridge is the whole package — a community that, while helping to reinvent Wasaga Beach, gives you the opportunity to reinvent yourself. That’s the vision for Stonebridge, a complete pedestrian-friendly, active community that offers residents more than just a collection of houses. This is a place to call home year round, where you can let the 2.1 km of trails guide you to the commercial area or through the 22.75 acres of open space parkland, which includes several ponds — nature is a partner at Stonebridge. Because Stonebridge works with nature, not against it, you’ll also find naturalized areas, tree-lined boulevards (mature trees that you can enjoy now, not in 25 years). More than 250 trees have been planted so far.
Whether you want to curl up with a juicy novel, play a card game or soak up great views of Georgian Bay, the private Beach Club lounge at Stonebridge by the Bay is perfect for you. The Beach Club lounge is just for the residents of Stonebridge by the Bay and their guests; it features landscaped grounds, a gazebo, verandas, decks— and the beach. Inside it has a games table, a kitchen, a fireplace and lounge areas. Homeowners also enjoy a private heated pool with a cabana— like your own oasis. The on-site walking and biking 12-foot wide trails through the woodlands are great for leisurely strolls or more serious exercisers.
Wasaga Beach is the longest, freshwater beach in the world. 17 kilometres of sand stretching along the southern end of Georgian Bay and the breadth of the community. There is really no way to describe the beauty of the vistas, the diverse wildlife and wide open spaces that surround you here. You need to visit and see it for yourself.
is the little festival that grew from the afternoon event to a three-day festival, featuring award-winning bands from Canada and the U.S. Since 2011 Stonebridge Wasaga Beach Blues has attracted close to 40,000 fans.
New elements were added and old favourites returned: the Stonebridge Boulevard Street Shuffle, Junior Jam and Blues in the Schools. The 2020 festival takes place September 18-20th at the Stonebridge Town Centre.
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