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  • 6030 Talbot Trail is a Delightful & Affordable Waterfront property...

    This is a rare opportunity to purchase a three bedroom brick ranch style home on the Talbot Trail bluffs. This waterfront home sits on a 2.7 acre park-like lot overlooking Lake Erie. A stairway provides access to your own private sandy beach where you can fish, swim or just enjoy the sights and sounds of the lake. The single story bungalow ...
    Posted to Talbot Trail Properties and News (Weblog) by 658759 on May 17, 2012
  • THE BUILDING LOT RULES HAVE CHANGED ON THE TRAIL!

    D-Day has come and gone and the rules for building on Vacant Lots along the Talbot Trail waterfront bluffs have changed. Effective May1st, 2011 MOST waterfront lots along the Trail, whether they are severed or not, became subject to a stricter critically regulated area for building.  The Conservation Authorities Act, ...
    Posted to Talbot Trail Properties and News (Weblog) by 658759 on June 30, 2011
  • D DAY is May 1st, 2011 for Talbot Trail Waterfront Lots...

    In less than two weeks the number of lots with a suitable building envelope will be cut in half or even lower than that!  After five years of warning from the Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority (LTVCA) the new building setback rules will take affect on May 1st, 2011.  Only those properties where the owners have obtained the ...
    Posted to Talbot Trail Properties and News (Weblog) by 658759 on April 15, 2011
  • Lot 4738 on Talbot Trail

    LTVCA has issued an approval allowing a building envelope 45m (150 ft) from the top of the bluff.  The closer you are to the bluff, the better the view of the lake. This lot is located just east of Port Elma.  This lot is between a large home built a few years ago and a new home just built and occupied.  The seller has gone to ...
    Posted to Talbot Trail Properties and News (Weblog) by 658759 on January 14, 2011
  • Your Building Envelope on the Trail

    The easiest way to understand where your potential building area would be on a vacant waterfront lot on Talbot Trail is to see a sample diagram prepared by the LTVCA.  This diagram was prepared for me for a lot that I recently sold along Talbot Trail.  This diagram would help someonw prepare their application to build on a regulated lot ...
    Posted to Talbot Trail Properties and News (Weblog) by 658759 on January 9, 2011
  • LTVCA Operational Guidelines revised - Dec 2/10

    A copy of the Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority's Operational Guidelines that govern the administration of development, interference with wetlands and alteration to shorelines and watercourses can be obtained by CLICKING HERE. The only change that I have found in this revision compared to earlier versions is found on page 1.  ...
    Posted to Talbot Trail Properties and News (Weblog) by 658759 on January 9, 2011
  • Pools and other structures...

    Did you know that anything requiring a building permit is also governed by the Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority approval?  What that means to people considering buying a waterfront vacant lot along the Talbot Tril is that such structures (shed or inground pools) may not be any closer to the water than the setback approved by ...
    Posted to Talbot Trail Properties and News (Weblog) by 658759 on December 28, 2010