Is the road going to be maintained year-round?
Yes, our paved road is owned and maintained by the Township of Central Frontenac as a year-round public road.
Will high speed internet be available?
Yes, new lines now run along Nordic Road so each lot will have access to high speed.
Where do we go for building permits and information on approval requirements and zoning standards?
The Township of Central Frontenac is located in the village of Sharbot Lake about 15 minutes east of Kennebec Shores. Visit http://www.centralfrontenac.com/ for more information on their location and approval requirements.
Is the parkland going to be publicly owned?
Yes, Kennebec Shores Park is owned by the Township of Central Frontenac. There are excellent hiking and cross-country ski trails on the parkland as well as a large hill for tobogganing and a pond for skating.
Can you recommend qualified builders and trades?
Yes, we are well connected with many qualified home builders and trades in the area. Please contact us at email@example.com to outline your building expectations and we will be glad to refer you to the team you need to develop your lot.
Are there any special restrictions on home/cottage construction?
Yes, building covenants apply as well as special zoning provisions related to development activities at the shore. Please contact us for details.
How are the lots serviced?
Lot development plans have prepared for each lot to identify the location of the building site, well, septic system and lane. Most lots already have driveways and cleared building sites.
How big is Kennebec Lake?
Kennebec Lake is an idyllic Canadian Shield lake about 13km long and 120 feet deep at the deepest. It is at the headwaters of the Salmon River and is accessible by canoe to connecting waterways.
What kind of fish can you catch in the lake?
Kennebec is mainly known for walleye, but there are also northern pike, small and large-mouth bass, rock bass, perch, sunfish, herring, and bullheads. Some lake trout and splake have also been know to be pulled out of the lake.
Is there good swimming at the shore of the lots?
Every waterfront lot has excellent swimming right from the shore, with either rock, stony, or sand bottom. The depth is roughly eight feet or more at a typical dock’s length from shore.
What’s the nearest town for shopping?
Sharbot Lake, about 15 minutes to the east, offers groceries, hardware and other basic shopping needs. Perth is about 40 minutes to east along on Highway 7, and Kingston is roughly an hour away.
What about hospitals?
The nearest hospital is in Perth. There is a medical clinic in Sharbot Lake, as well as dental, chiropractic, and other services.
Were there any technical studies undertaken in support of the subdivision?
Yes, there were many studies and reports completed in support of the subdivision. Please contact us for copies.
Are the prices negotiable?
No, the advertised prices are not negotiable. HST is in addition to the purchase price.
Is financing available?
We can help direct you to financing institutions to assist you in your purchase and building project. Consult your bank if your purchase is for a second dwelling. Banks typically are more supportive of financing a second dwelling if it is on a year-round public road, which is the case at Kennebec Shores. Also, if you choose to build through a Tarion registered builder, they may take ownership of the lot through the construction process and convey the finished home or cottage to you upon completion, at which time you may obtain traditional financing.
What Are the Township’s Development Charge Costs for New Home Construction?
The Township of Central Frontenac, unlike most municipalities, currently does not apply a development charge for new residential construction. There are fees for building permits. Consult the Township for details.