News Former Leslie M. Frost Natural Resource Centre property “conditionally sold” SHARE ON: Mathew Reisler, staff Monday, Jan. 4th, 2021 Photo credit: CBRE Limited Real Estate Brokerage The 41-acre property where the former Leslie M. Frost Natural Resource Centre sat has been “conditionally sold.” Allison Conetta with CBRE Limited Real Estate Brokerage is one of the people overseeing the sale. She didn’t provide any more details. Conetta says more will be released once the sale is finalized. On CBRE’s website, the price of the land is listed at $1,100,000. The listing was created on October 29th. “The site has 2,800 feet of shoreline frontage along St. Nora Lake which is popular for cottaging, boating and fishing,” a brochure on the brokerage’s website reads. “The site is easily accessible from Highway 35, which is a two-lane highway that runs north-south and offers connection to the rest of the Haliburton, Kawartha Lakes and Muskoka area. Formerly known as the Leslie M. Frost Natural Resource Centre, this site was initially opened as an outdoor education and training facility and has since been a destination for government staff, school groups, wildlife organizations, eco-tourism groups and corporate clients. The property is improved with 21 buildings that can accommodate more than 200 people in a mix of dorm-style rooms and cottages. The facilities include a full kitchen, dining hall and recreation centre.” The Frost Centre was closed in 2010 saving the provincial government $1.2 million a year in expenses.