Offering an idyllic lifestyle along Lambton's Blue Coast at Bluepoint Lookout

By NextHome Staff
July 16, 2020
Now more than ever, people are seeking a fulfilling lifestyle with connection to nature, close ties with neighbours and proximity to local food producers and shopkeepersLambton County along the Blue Coast of southwestern Ontario is the perfect solution, offering a soul-enriching lifestyle buoyed by Lake Huron's clear turquoise waters, sandy beaches and spectacular sunsets.The charming Cape Cod-styled homes at Bluepoint Lookout will be ideally situated to enjoy all Lambton County has to offer, from its natural beauty to its rich history and lively arts scene. The adult lifestyle community set on a bluff overlooking majestic Lake Huron is a mere 30 kms south of the city of Sarnia.The 126 one- and two-storey homes in the Bluepoint Collection, boast customizable finishing packages, peaked and gabled rooflines, covered entrances, porches and verandas, and large windows and garden doors. Gourmet kitchens and great rooms with fireplaces are ideal for entertaining or relaxing. Whatever the home plan, all important spaces will be on the main floor, with added rooms able to accommodate visiting friends and family. With choices from twobedroom bungalow to four-bedroom two-storey models, there's a home to suit everyone's needs.There is a world of exploration and leisure pursuits in the surrounding area. Residents will be able to fish, hike, bike, canoe and ski. The area's many expansive sand beaches with clean, safe water are the go-to places to pass sunny summer days.Lambton-Sarnia is a golfer's paradise, with more than a dozen courses designed for every level of golfer. Bluepoint Lookout residents will receive an exclusive complimentary membership to Forest Golf Club in the quaint village of Forest. The course is just 14 km, or an easy 11-minute drive from Bluepoint Lookout.Just 30 kms north of Bluepoint Lookout is the spectacular Pinery Provincial Park in Grand Bend, with walking, biking and cross-country ski trails.The artisan shops and boutiques found in Lambton County's quaint towns and villages make for delightful shopping. For big box stores, there is nearby Sarnia, that also offers fine dining and entertainment. Those looking to travel will appreciate the proximity of the Sarnia International Airport, only 30 km south of Bluepoint Lookout, as well as the Blue Water Bridge leading into Michigan just 25 minutes away.Food and wine lovers will delight in Lambton-Sarnia's culinary scene. On the same latitude as Northern California, it provides excellent conditions for grape-growing, so wineries are burgeoning along with craft breweries. The area is developing a reputation for its premium waterfront seafood, and local farm stands and markets offer fruits, vegetables, artisan cheeses, meats and more.The County's year-round calendar is chock-full of festivals, fairs and events, such as Artwalk Sarnia- Lambton, Celebration of Lights and Jazz in the Village. Art lovers will enjoy institutions such as the Judith and Norman Alix Art Gallery in downtown Sarnia, the Lawrence House Centre for the Arts, and The Gallery in the Grove at the 1875 Faethorne House in Bright's Grove. History buffs can visit museums dedicated to fossils, oil and local history. Local First Nations communities are alive with music and spirit.Live performances and concerts take place at the restored Imperial Theatre in Sarnia, an Art Deco building built in 1936. The Victoria Playhouse in Petrolia offers live theatre performances from April to October with musicals, dramas and comedies and a year-round concert series. The Huron Country Playhouse provides an ideal venue to enjoy summer theatre by the waters of Lake Huron.Sarnia-Lambton is home to an International Symphony Orchestra, the Lambton Concert Band and the Sarnia Concert Series. There are also comprehensive medical facilities from outpatient clinics to full-service hospitals.With all it has to offer, it's little wonder that Lambton County at Lake Huron's sunny southern shore is rated as one of the best places to retire in Canada, three hours from Toronto, two from Kitchener-Waterloo and one from London. And Bluepoint Lookout, with its casual coastal lifestyle, is destined to become a highly desirable place to live. For more information, visit

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