Home seekers will enjoy the many different neighborhoods to choose from here, as well as the variety of houses, condos and townhomes available. Depending on where you settle, you could be right downtown, next to a popular community park or near top-rated schools.
We hope that our website's community information will help you to choose between the many wonderful areas; each has a lot to offer the home buyer.
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If you've ever had the chance to visit Southern Ontario, you'll discover that there is a wonderful area that resides on both sides of the Grand River and it goes by the name of Brantford, ON. What makes this area so amazing is that it borders the Brant Conservation Area which gives this beautiful area and outdoorsy type of atmosphere regardless of what time of year it is.
The Township of Burford is steeped in agricultural history. Spend the remainder of your day meandering the roadside "fresh from the farm" fruit and veggie stands. Also take the walking path along Maple Avenue North to Lions Park for a walk along Whiteman's Creek.
Annual events events in Burford include the Burford Flea Market which is held every September, the flea market brings thousands of visitors to the village! Over Thanksgiving Weekend the Burford Fair that been running for over…
Burlington, Ontario, with its population of 183,000, has been named the best mid-sized city in Canada.
Burlington is close to major transportation, to the cities of Hamilton and Toronto and to the U.S. border. We are fortunate to have the UNESCO world biosphere reserve Niagara Escarpment in our backyard and Lake Ontario in our front yard.
Burlington boasts great employment opportunities, low crime rates and a community feel. More than half of the city is protected rural space.
It is located in southern Ontario at the confluence of the Grand and Speed Rivers in the Region of Waterloo. Cambridge is a fine place to call home for over a 120,000 citizens. Cambridge was formed in 1973, through the amalgamation of the three former municipalities of Galt, Hespeler and Preston.
Hamilton has become the centre of a densely populated and industrialized region at the west end of Lake Ontario known as the Golden Horseshoe. Hamilton was conceived by George Hamilton, and was officially given city status on June 9th 1846. At one time 60% of Canada's steel was produced in Hamilton by Stelco and Dofasco. Hamilton has become the Steel City Capital of Canada.
Located in the southwest part of the province of Ontario. Using the 401 highway as a reference point, it is situated approximately 100 kilometers west of Toronto and approximately 300 kilometers east of Windsor.
Being only a one to one and a half hour drive to Toronto means that many people are willing to commute and real estate is quite reasonable.
The twin cities are only a two hour drive from the US border of Buffalo and three to four hour drive from Detroit, Michigan.
The County of Brant's largest urban centre, Paris is located where the Grand and Nith Rivers meet and received its' name from the product made from the mined gypsum that lay along the Grand River bed and banks. Many walls and ceilings around the world have a little piece of this community within in them, if they were made using Plaster of Paris!
The communities of Scotland and Oakland are located just off Highway 24 South. Tucked away from the stresses of city life, they are the perfect stop en route to the Lake Erie Shoreline.
For the historical buff, Malcolm Mills in the village of Oakland, was the site of the last battle between American and British troops on Canadian soil in 1814.
Visit Oakland….a shopper’s delight! Visit Scotland and picnic at the Optimist Butterfly Park.
For those planning to relocate to a location other than London, Brantford, or Hamilton Ontario, Simcoe will more than likely be the perfect choice. When you find a beautiful community that will provide all the accommodations and amenities you could hope for, this makes it well worth moving from your current location to your new home.
Simcoe is an area that was established back in 1795 and was amalgamated in 2001. It currently has a population of 14,777 as of the 2011 census.
Spend a leisurely day in St.George. Reminiscent of a small, British village...begin your visit with a trip to the downtown core to search for antiques and one-of-a-kind collectibles.
Lunchtime provides visitors with traditional English fare at the local pub or an authentic tearoom. In addition, there are several other eateries to entice any palate.
End your day by visiting Orchard Home Farm Apple Orchard located just off Highway 24 north.
Woodstock offers a selection of specialty stores and boutiques, retail businesses, a bustling farmers' market, spacious parks, summer theatre, Canada's Outdoor Farm Show and The Wood Show. Woodstock is a city with a lot to offer you and your family all year around.
Population of 38,000 people.
Only municipality in Ontario to still have its magnificent original public buildings