For Sale: 3 Summer Cottages Near Calgary

Each one is less than a three hour drive away.



From a modern cozy cottage at Ghost Lake to a light-filled 1.5 storey right on Sylvan Lake, these summer homes for sale make it easy to dream of warmer days. 

 

$269,000 at Ghost Lake

This custom 3-bedroom is designed for maximum views of the mountains and lake.

 

The living area has a corrugated steel feature wall inset with a wood burning fireplace.

 

Upstairs has a loft space and third bedroom. 

 

The Cottage Club has a rec centre for members with a private beach, pool, gym, game room, tennis court and more.

 

Where it is: 314 Cottageclub Way, Cottage Club at Ghost Lake. 

Driving distance: 50 minutes west on Hwy 1A from Calgary. 

The stats:
950-square-feet
3 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
Access to private beach and rec centre
Stainless steel appliances
Bamboo countertops
Wood-burning fireplace

Listed for $269,000 with realtor Yvette Carman.​

$749,000 on Pigeon Lake​

This five bedroom is located on Pigeon Lake on Itaska Beach.

 

A bright three season sunroom faces the lake.

 

It has a separate bunkhouse for extra guests.

 

It has 75 feet of lakefront. 

 

Where it is: 17 Itaska Beach, Rural Leduc County

Driving distance: 2 hours and 35 minutes north on Hwy AB-2 and AB-20

The stats:
2,382-square-feet
5 bedrooms
2 bathrooms
Separate bunkhouse
75 feet of lakefront
Dock
Large deck

Listed for $749,000 with realtor Steve Segal.

 

$1.3 Million on Sylvan Lake

This 1.5 storey has vaulted ceilings and large windows for views of Sylvan Lake. 

 

The kitchen opens onto a deck for outdoor dining.

 

The entrance to the property is through a landscaped garden.

 

It has a two backyard decks and a dock that extends over the lake.

 

Where it is: 151 Grand Avenue, Sylvan Lake

Driving distance: 1 hour and 36 minutes north on Hwy AB-2

The stats:
1,686-square-feet
3 bedroom
2 bathrooms
Multiple decks
Dock
Waterfront
Landscaped yard

Listed for $1,300,000 with realtor Eric Frere.

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