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The largest communities in South Frontenac are:
- Portland (not to be confused with the town in nearby Rideau Lakes)
Each of these towns represents a separate district of South Frontenac. The main routes through South Frontenac are Route 10 (Perth Road) running through the centre from south to north, Road 38 heading the same direction through the western portion of the township, Route 11 (AKA Battersea Road) running northeast through the eastern portion of South Frontenac towards Rideau Lakes.
Real Estate In South Frontenac:
Buying a home in South Frontenac is an ideal way to secure a piece of Southeast Ontario’s coveted Cottage Country. The many lakes and rural (or wilderness) locations makes for a great secluded getaway. And yet, towns like Kingston are only a short drive away, not to mention the many smaller communities within South Frontenac itself
Homes in South Frontenac include many charming traditional houses, in classic farmhouse styles. Some more modern developments include more blocky homes, with efficient layouts and fittings. Simple and sleek these units represent unassuming luxury among the natural surroundings.
There are also many acreages and vacant lots in South Frontenac. Use them as a working farm, a hobby farm, or develop the house of your dreams. View South Frontenac Homes For Sale
The rocky shores and lakes mean that there are many private islands in South Frontenac. If you don’t mind an extra boat ride to your front door, these offer unparalleled atmosphere and charm, surrounded by water and private forest, you’re unlikely to be disturbed by any unwelcome visitors knocking on your door.
If you’re lucky enough to secure a piece of shoreline in South Frontenac, you can look forward to enjoying the sunsets over water from your wide deck, or relaxing with your toes in the water at the end of your private dock.
Of course the many waterways, lakes, and parks in South Frontenac make it a perfect location for all the outdoor activities one can enjoy in Ontario. From fishing, to swimming, boating, and ice-skating or snow-shoeing in the winter, South Frontenac has something to do any time of the year.
The many communities in South Frontenac offer abundant shopping and eating opportunities, as well as cultural attractions like wineries, galleries, studios, and gift stores. If you’re looking for a place to exercise, keep the kids busy, or attend a community event, there are also many community halls, sports fields, and parks throughout South Frontenac.
Two of the most notable attractions are:
- Frontenac Provincial Park - Around 5214 hectares, 22 lakes, and 100 kilometres of trails.
- The Holleford crater - A prehistoric meteor crater approximately 2 km in diameter. There is a plaque marking its location off Holleford road northeast of Harrowsmith and Hartington.
Students of South Frontenac are served by the Limestone District School Board based in Kingston.
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