With a 200 year history, Ridgeway's small-town charm welcomes many tourists annually. Stroll downtown and visit one of the many locally owned & operated shops, visit historic sites and museums, or enjoy the sandy shoreline. The weekly famer's market, Summer Festival street party, Battlefield Museum
Neighbouring Hamilton, Ancaster is a historic town that offers affordable house prices compared to the nearby markets of Burlington, Oakville, Mississauga and Toronto which is appealing to those who commute. With many walking, parks, and hiking trails Ancaster is a nature lovers' dream.
Stroll through downtown streets and visit many small shops and restaurants, or visit one of the numerous recreational parks in the city. Thorold has a strong history in the Niagara Region. First surveyed in 1788, Thorold has since transitioned from multiple small townships and communities
Life in Crystal Beach follows the ebb and flow of Lake Erie. The sound of the waves against the shore is a constant refrain in this beautiful beach town. It is a lake front community within Fort Erie with a population of 3,800 that swells significantly in the summer months.
Walking down the main street of Niagara-On-The-Lake is like stepping back in time. NOTL is one of the oldest towns in Ontario with one of the richest histories. Situated in a stunning locale overlooking the south shore of Lake Ontario, NOTL was once the site of the Native village
Nestled between the Niagara escarpment and Lake Ontario, Stoney Creek is a thriving community with the Hamilton District. Home to the annual Winona Peach Festival, this town offers natural beauty and a growing cultural scene. Restaurants from casual coffee shops to high
Fonthill is one of five charming villages which make up the Town of Pelham (population 16, 598 as of 2011) along with Effingham, Fenwick, North Pelham and Ridgeville. Located in the heart of Niagara between Lake Erie and Lake Ontario, Fonthill is the largest of the five villages.
Discover Port Colborne where the bustling Main Street encourages visitors to stroll along the canal with an ice cream cone in hand, perusing the many boutiques, galleries, shops and cafes. Overlooking the shores of Lake Erie where the Welland Canal both begins and ends,
If you are looking for country living with close access to amenities and cities, West Lincoln is the place for you! Compromised of many communities, West Lincoln is home to agricultural and commercial sectos, as well as rural and urban living areas. Cycle along the quite rural roads
The town of Grimsby, nestled between Lake Ontario and the Niagara Escarpment, is well known as a thriving agricultural area consisting primarily of fruit crops such as cherries, peaches, apples and pears. The economy continues to expand and diversify with growth
One of Binbrook’s most known features is the 978 acre Binbrook Conservation Area owned and operated by the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority. This land is home to Lake Niapenco, open meadows, hardwood foests and reforested areas. Residents can enjoy swimming
As one of the oldest cities in Ontario, Hamilton offers historic architecture, many museums, National Historic sites and modern amenities. Hamilton is home to the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, Dundurn Castle, Hamilton Museum or Steam & Technology, the Royal Botanical Gardens
Nestled between Lake Ontario and the Niagara Escarpment, Lincoln is comprised of Beamsville, Jordan, Jordan Station, Rockway, Tintern, Vineland, and Vineland Station. Known for its produce and vineyards, Lincoln is home to many award winning wineries, growing residential areas
Known as the Rose City, Welland is at the heart of the Niagara Peninsula and easily accessible by all major transportation corridors. With a population of 50,631 (2011) Welland has it all from rural serenity to a thriving urban centre. Land and home prices are very competitive and
Beauty abounds in the community of Dunnville! Relax in one of the many bed and breakfasts, stroll the lantern-lit streets, browse the charming shops and restaurants, or explore the wetlands, which are the largest in the province. Natural wonders surround Dunnville
Fort Erie is considered a Gateway Economic Corridor within Niagara due to its close proximity to the United States border. With 23 new major investors and 15 major industrial businesses expanding their operations within the area, and it has become the fastest growing
Niagara Falls has long been a prominent tourist destination in Canada due to the unsurpassed natural beauty of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls, as well as beautifully maintained Royal Botanical gardens, and trails along the Niagara Gorge. Niagara Falls has a vast array
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*Based on firm residential unit sales for 2019 in Niagara region reported to ORTIS MLS®