Bliss By Nature
Lac St Sixte an exclusive cottage community just minute from the city, offers a rare opportunity to blaze trails for future generations. For a select number of nature-loving families, heaven on earth is 50 minutes from Ottawa. It's called Clos De Sixte. Situated between Ottawa and Mont-Tremblant, in the verdant municipality of Mulgrave-et-Derry, it’s touted as a 450-acre, four-season, gated cottage community. The truth, though, is something bigger and better.
Over a century ago King Edward VII deeded the land to the Bronsons and the Robertsons, two of Ottawa’s founding families. For more than 100 years it served as their private destination for fishing, and until Clos de Sixte was established the only settlement was an age-old fishing club. Today that heritage is honoured. There’s a master plan for Clos de Sixte, and despite the vast acreage only so many lots are available. They include lake, mountain and pond-sanctuary sites. Most are on the water, and all are over an acre in size. The average building lot is three acres. Whichever lot you choose, though, access, privacy and sight lines are optimized, thanks to careful, eco-conscious planning.
Meet The Team
CEO Casa Verde Construction
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