Believe it or not, the holidays are just around the corner! Collingwood and the entire Southern Georgian bay area has an abundance of shops, festivals and parades to put you and your family in the holiday spirit! Here are some things to see and do this November and December in Collingwood and the surrounding towns of Meaford, Creemore, Clarksburg, Owensound, Thornbury & The Blue Mountains.
Property shopping?! Here’s a quick list of the open houses we have on the go this weekend.
Peacefully located on approx 53 acres to enjoy an active outdoor lifestyle directly from your door including tennis court, pond, hiking, ATV and snowshoeing trails. The picturesque back drop of the Niagara Escarpment and Pretty River Provincial Park surround this idyllic property yet only minutes away from Collingwood shops and restaurants and the buzz of activity at Blue Mountain.
Each year the mysterious process that is the selection of the Pantone Colour of the Year takes place. Designers and trend watchers from every area of fashion and design – beauty, industrial design, home furnishings and interiors – wait anxiously to see if they were right or even close. The Colour of the Year for 2015 has been Marsala, a rich, earthy hue that is reminiscent of the fortified wine is it named for. Right now it is red hot everywhere and really matches the current feel of the autumn days that are upon us.
Our coverage of the Southern Georgian Bay office is growing to serve our clients. As well as listing and selling properties in Simcoe County, Grey Highlands, Town of The Blue Mountains, Municipality of Meaford and other charming, picturesque communities in the surrounding areas, we also serve the spectacular Grey Bruce/Owen Sound Region and have Chestnut Park REALTORS® in Owen Sound and Wiarton to take care of all your real estate needs.
The Largest Private Sale of Andy Warhol’s Art Meets Exclusive Real Estate at The Suites Above The Shangri-La Toronto
What happens when two luxury powerhouses come together and join forces to combine the worlds of high-end art and luxury real estate? The answer was found at A Night Above Shangri-La, an unprecedented event the likes of which had never been seen in Toronto before. Over two glittering nights, close to 640 people gathered at the Shangri-La Private Residences in downtown Toronto to mingle, admire, and have the exclusive opportunity to view and purchase from Canada’s largest-ever private sale of original Andy Warhol art.