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9826-9910 Northville Crescent, Lambton Shores

9826-9910 Northville Crescent, Lambton Shores



Average MLS Selling Price 2022$351,000 (based on 3 MLS sales)

Average MLS Selling Price 2021$277,000 (based on 5 MLS sales)

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For many years this complex was called "Parkbridge Cottage and RV Resort”. In recent times the name was changed to “Oakridge Family Campground”. Google it if you wish. Park amenities include a Community Clubhouse, two pools, playgrounds, nature trails, sand dunes, guest cabins and more. The Thedford Conservation Area is in the immediate area as is the Ausable River which empties in Lake Huron at Port Franks. The Pinery also is just to the north and Grand bend, 13.6km to the north. The city of London is a 45-minute drive away.

This is a 55+ community on 130 acres, with mostly towering trees. The number of seasonal sites far out exceeds the number of four-season sites and are also in a different location. Other parks in the nearby area include the “Ponderosa Campground and Golf Resort” at 9938 Ipperwash Road and the “Pineview Park” at 9839 Lakeshore Road. Parkbridge also manages parks like this in Exeter and Strathroy which are both larger communities.

Now for some additional details. Units found in all of these parks and at the “Grand Bend Cove Lifestyle Community” pay monthly land leases of somewhere in the neighbourhood of $500.00 per month. Then there are property taxes to pay, garbage fees, sewer testing fees, municipal water which is metered and billed quarterly as well as gas, hydro and internet costs (if desired). We note that in recent times brand new modular homes have become very stylish and are somewhat expensive. Some are being placed on lots found here, sometimes replacing older units. Going forward our average price indicator may be skewed by these new listings.

Golf, bike, swim, fish, hike, watch migrating birds, cross country ski or take in flea markets. This area has plenty of things to do.

*A final note: The beaches of Port Franks are to the immediate south. A study commissioned by the Township of Bosanquet in 1987 concluded “realistically, the beach at the end of the mouth of Mud Creek cannot accommodate a large number of visitors”. Private beach signs are up. See our pictures. Grand Bend has the third best beaches in Canada. It is a thirteen-minute drive away.

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