April 9, 2016

Ogilvy Lakes Golf & Country Club

e340Project Details:
Development: 575 acres, 2 lakes & 18 hole golf course
Starting Prices: $675k to 1.3 million
Log Homes: 100
Floorplans: 3 models, 4 to 5 bedrooms
Size: 2,350 to 3,200 square feet

Ogilvy Lake Resort Golf & Country Club is located in the Laurentian Mountains just ten minutes from award winning Mont Tremblant Ski Resort. The community is built on 575 acres of forest featuring two lakes and an 18-hole golf course. Mont Tremblant real estate at Ogilvy Lakes will include 100 log homes each surrounded by forest and offering stunning lake or mountain views. These mountain lodges are available in three models with 4 to 5 bedrooms and with or without a garage. Owners of these privately owned lodges may choose to have them managed by the resort and place in their rental program.

Residents and vacationers will not only benefit from Ogilvy Lake’s close proximity to Tremblant Resort there is a long list of activities available within the community. Ogilvy is home to one of the most beautiful golf courses in the region, miles of wooded trails and many lake activities. There is also a community club house, gym, swimming pool, tennis, skating rink, spa facilities and much more.

Ogilvy Lakes Resort Residence Features:

  • Built with British Columbia Dry Logs
  • Hardwood flooring
  • Stone fireplaces
  • Cathedral ceilings
  • Oversized windows
  • Solid wood kitchen
  • Stainless steel appliances
  • Beautifully finished bathrooms
  • Wrap around deck with covered porch
  • Balconies from upper floor bedrooms

Ogilvy Lakes Resort Community Amenities:

  • Private country club
  • 18 hole Golf Course
  • Tennis Courts
  • Clubhouse
  • Game room
  • Indoor and Outdoor Spa
  • Massage & Treatment Rooms
  • Swimming pool
  • Fine Dining restaurant
  • Business Center
  • Large reception, check-in and lounge areas
  • Fitness Center
  • Ice-Skating Rink
  • Hiking and bike trails
  • Game Room
  • Sailing and other non-motorized water sports
  • Shuttle bus to Tremblant and Mont Blanc