Tucked in its own sections of the county, Leamington has been growing as a sought out place for people to live. With a heavy reliance upon the agricultural industry this municipality and small town has seen continued growth in size and desirability. The area hugs the coasting of Lake Erie offering some lovely views and easy access to the water. From fishing to boating, to relaxing on the beach with friends and family, Leamington is truly an outdoor lovers getaway. For those who love wine and food it is a wonderful place to live. Surrounded by vinyard lands and farmers fields, it continues to produce some of the best quality foods and goods in the county. Also located within its municipal boundaries is Point Pelee National Park. Home to varieties of Wild Life, plant species and marsh lands, it is a nature ethusiast’s place to spend any time of year. This also is Canada’s most southern tip and in 2016/17 had over 330,000 visitors. Leaminton also has access to a ferry service that provides access to Pelee Island and onto Sandusky, Ohio.
Living in LeamingTon
Leamington offers a variety of home styles and locations. From waterfront cottages and homes, to new development subdivisions and neighbourhoods, it is a great place to be. Farm land and space can be found in abundance in this area, so if it’s the quiet serenity of the countryside you are looking for than the Leamington area just might be the place. Being a smaller community, the home prices have no grown as quickly as many areas in Windsor and Essex County so your dollar may go a little bit further. Only 40 minutes from Windsor, all the major amentities and travel hubs are within a short driving distance.
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