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Kathy Dimaline

RE/MAX Grey Bruce Realty Inc.
Locally Owned And Independently Operated

Phone:   519-793-3444      Toll Free:   1-888-731-4264      Cell:   519-373-7310

Representing Extraordinary People and Exceptional Properties, of all kinds

Bruce Peninsula real estate is my specialty and my passion. My goal is to help others discover and enjoy this unique area. I sell, have sold and have the pleasure to see so many different, unique and exceptional places. Every waterfront is spectacular, every piece of land has it's beauty, every home or cottage differs from the last.

I have represented and continue to represent so many extraordinary people. I've shared in the joy of a new buy,the excitement of a new opportunity, the pleasures of making a good decision, the sadness of selling a long time friend, the gladness of moving on and the relief from personal stresses. I've had the pleasure of making so many new and dear friends who have bought or sold their places through me, and some who are still deciding. There have been many laughs along the way, often over the smallest things. There are days when I think "I actually do this for a living". There are days that can be a challenge but I face each head on and look at all challenges as opportunities and learning experiences. I aim to continue to make people happy in their quests to buy or sell property in this extraordinary area.


The Bruce Peninsula is surrounded by crystal clear waters. Georgian Bay to the East and Lake Huron to the West. Georgian Bay offers gorgeous bluffs and the Niagara Escarpment. Lake Huron offers world famous sunsets. For those who prefer smaller lakes, there are a variety of inland lakes. The Bruce Peninsula is home to the world famous Bruce trail.

The Bruce Trail offers miles and miles of spectacular hiking through the Niagara Escarpment and along the Georgian Bay shore with spectacular views. The area has so much to offer, hiking, bird watching, boating, swimming, fishing...and Tobermory is known as Canada's Scuba Diving Capital. The area is also popular for the unique orchids, ferns and thousand year old trees. There is a healthy wildlife population on the Peninsula including black bear, deer and barred owls. The Bruce Peninsula is in the heart of a World Biosphere Reserve and home to 2 National Parks, Provincial Parks, 6 Nature Reserves and the Bruce Peninsula Bird Observatory.