THE WATERFRONT COMPANY™
Lake District Realty is a specialty service designed specifically to meet the needs of Sellers and Buyers of Waterfront properties. Since 1987 Lake District Realty has been a member of the Kingston and Area Real Estate Association, the Ontario Real Estate Association, the Canadian Real Estate Association and is a member of the Multiple Listing Service.
Joel Gray has a lifelong passion for The Frontenacs’. Born and raised in Mountain Grove and now raising his own family in the area, he has a special connection to the Lake District. After attending Carleton University, Joel returned with a greater appreciation for the beauty that this area offers. Joel began his Real Estate career in 1999 and offers experience and knowledge buying and selling properties in the area.
“I was born here but have chosen to live and work in this beautiful lake area.”
Chris Pimienta-Johnson was born and raised in Old Ottawa South and spent his summers in The Frontenacs’. Drawn to the natural beauty and scenery of cottage life he found his way back to Sharbot Lake and into a career in Real Estate. Accompanied by his daughter, Chris has planted roots here in Sharbot Lake and is proud to be part of our community.
“From oceans to thousands of lakes, mountains to level ground, life will take you many places.”
Our Administration and Marketing Team
Our administration and marketing staff come highly trained and maintain a high quality of service to the public throughout the buying and selling process.
“Although we deal with the many aspects of real estate administration on a daily basis, we realize that for most of our Buyers and Sellers this is an infrequent exercise. Our goal is to make this process pleasant and smooth for everyone we have the pleasure of working with.”
Learn More About The Frontenacs’
Welcome to the The Frontenacs’! The area stretches from Lake Ontario north at Kingston through the Lake District to the border of the Madawaska Highlands. The region is three hours east of Toronto and 1.5 hours west of Ottawa accessed by Highway #7 or by exiting Highway #401 at Highway #38 heading north.