Waterfront Vacant Land, Waterfront Building Lots on the Gold Coast, including Port Dover, Turkey Point, Long Point, South Coast of Ontario on Lake Erie

Gold Coast Waterfront and Vacant Land

South Coast of Ontario


Water frontage is a key factor on the price of a waterfront properties - higher water frontage equals higher price. Whether it’s a lake or river, a waterfront Property has many perks. If you are looking for a sandy beach or parking for your boat, Port Dover and Turkey Point have vacant lots ready for your new construction.

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 53 Woodhouse, Port Dover, South Coast of Ontario on Lake Erie

Great opportunity to build your lakefront dream home on this exclusive 1/2 acre waterfront lot in Port Dover. One of the few Port Dover vacant lots left with million dollar panoramic views of Lake Erie. Site has full municipal services and is ready to build on. Engineered lake bank & sea wall in place for lakeshore protection. Cement terrace, stone wall & 86ft of sandy beach frontage. Walk-out basement potential. Short walk to schools & shopping. Enjoy Port Dover, the jewel of the South Coast, only 90 minutes from Toronto Airport   

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or Kal Commodore, Sales Representative  519 410 3531 kal@kalcommodore.com

Gold Coast Real Estate Ltd.

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Building a house rather than buying an older house can have many advantages. Building a home gives you the flexibility to control every element of its form and function and have everything the way you want it, from the perfect floor plan to the finishing details. Having everything brand-new and up-to-date is a tremendous advantage when you are building instead of buying an existing home. For instance, all the appliances will be brand-new and likely under original warranty. Construction materials and building code will be up to the latest safety standards. Existing homes are often in need of some maintenance or renovations not only to get them up to your standards, but just to make them livable. Building new takes away the worry of a leaky roof, faulty wiring or plumbing that is ready to break.

New construction gives you the ability to customize your home with such things as energy-efficient systems or environmentally friendly aspects. Installing energy-efficient systems might cost more during the building process, but they can significantly lower your monthly costs. Choosing to build your own house will also give you a sense of accomplishment that you might not get when you buy a preexisting home.


Look for the Builder that is Right for You.

.Picking the right builder is extremely important. The builder you choose can either make the experience fun and exciting or make it harder than it should be. When looking for the right builder, you should ask yourself the following:

1. Can you communicate well with the builder? Does he or she return your calls promptly?

2. Does the builder have good problem solving skills? Take note on how they solve problems or conflicts in the beginning. They will use those same skills later if a problem should arise.

3. Does the builder have a passion for building? People who like what they do often do a better job than those who just look at it as income.

4. Is he or she creative? A creative builder will not only help you through the process but can make it fun.

5. Is he or she giving you choices?  Are they open to your ideas? Or are they telling you what you can or cannot have. Is the builder going to build what you want or build what he wants to sell you?    

Other Considerations

  • Lock in your loan. Talk to a few lenders and find the right fit. Some institutions give you up to a year to build once you lock it in. You need time to go over your home plans and make changes before your final plans are drawn up and construction begins. Changes made after you start building add time and expense.

  • Go see other homes that are built with same material you are thinking about. Get a good idea of what your final house will look like before it is constructed.

  • Check out those trees. If you have concerns about certain trees on your lot being a safety issue in the future,  take them out before you start. It can cost hundreds more to take them out once your home is built.

Building your dream house offers tremendous sentimental value and should be fun and exciting.



Choose your Dream Home, Build your Dream Home, Live your Dream!

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