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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Amherstburg Real Estate
Waterfront, historic town est. in 1796 as a British military fort. Many homes in the core were built in the French style of a century before, giving the town a historic character. Tourist attractions include Fort Malden and the North American Black Historical Museum. The Holiday Beach Conservation Area is one of the best fall birding sites in North America! It's also a city of trade for regional agriculture and has become known for several wineries in the area.
Belle River is a charming community located in the municipality of Lakeshore, Ontario, approximately 20 minutes from the City of Windsor. The area is booming with new housing and is home to many commuters who make the daily drive to the city. Belle River is situated on the shores of Lake St. Clair, and features a beautiful park and marina. Additionally, the homes for sale in this community are absolutely beautiful and ideal for buyers searching for their forever home.
With no clear boundaries, the Central neighbourhood incorporates much of eastern end of Windsor. Ford Test Track, a 59-acre park, is a major venue for local sports activities. This area includes many different smaller neighbourhoods, each convenient to schools, amenities and bus routes. Tecumseh Road runs east-west and serves as a major thoroughfare along with ECRow Expressway.
Located an hour away from Downtown Windsor. Chatham-Kent aka "The Maple City" and "The Classic Car Capitol of Canada" is a single-tier Municipality in Southwestern, Ontario. Mostly rural, Chatham, Wallaceburg, Tilbury, Blenheim, Ridgetown, Wheatley and Dresden are it's population centres. Enjoy the long, white sandy beaches, fishing, hiking, & water access. There are two Provincial Parks in Chatham-Kent, Rondeau Provincial Park and Wheatley Provincial Park, with Point Pelee National Park nearby.
Comber, a community of Lakeshore
At only one half hour from Windsor and 20 minutes to Chatham, Comber offers quiet living and an easy commute. Situated just off of Highway 401 at exit 48 Comber is a small rural community who's charm and agricultural roots are best displayed at the annual Comber Fair which has been held every August for 157 years.
Comber has a few shops, including an LCBO outlet, a Royal Canadian Legion and a well known historical B & B.
Located 40 minutes outside of Windsor. Admire some of the beautiful old homes and the quaint downtown, which features an Italian Restaurant & the Cottam Cold Storage & Meat Market. Easily accessible by Highway 3 and closely located to the town of Essex and Kingsville.
Downtown Windsor, the heart of the city. Located minutes from Detroit, Michigan, directly across the river. Enjoy the beautiful waterfront by strolling along the Riverfront Trail, which stretches from Walkerville to Sandwich or a quiet walk down Victoria Ave. to admire the beautiful homes. Take the family to the conveniently located Adventure Bay Family Water Park. Also nearby is Caesars Windsor, plenty of amazing restaurants & easily accessible public transportation.
East Riverside is conveniently located and a popular neighbourhood. It's a newer development and is closely located to many parks and natural areas. Shopping is conveniently located. Keep active on the Ganatchio Trail, which has extensions that runs through the Little River Corridor and links Riverside Drive and Forest Glade.
Essex Centre lies in the middle of Essex County and is easily accessible from Highway 3. Conveniently l approx. 20 minutes north to shallow shores of Lake St. Clair or 20 minutes south to enjoy the beauty of Lake Erie. The town has several schools including Essex High School and attached beautiful community centre. The municipality of Essex governs 4 urban communities Essex Centre, Harrow, Colchester & McGregor as well as the rural surrounding areas.
Forest Glade was one of Windsor's premiere model developments. It was "the place to be" in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Still a sought-after area due to its amenities, popular home styles and east-end location. It is very much a mini community, with a library, community centre, city bus route access (Transit Windsor's 1C, 1CX, 4, and 10 routes), and a commercial plaza.
Fountain Bleu is a neighbourhood located in the east end of Windsor. Most homes were built in the 1950's. It's convenient location makes it easy to access any part of the city. Plenty of convenient shopping along Tecumseh Road & easily accessible public transportation.
Harrow is a community located in Essex County, situated along scenic Highway 20. It is the home of Colio Winery and also on the Erie North Shores Wine Route which consists of almost 20 wineries with award winning offerings.
The towns quiet main street is quaint and reminiscent of days gone by. Local businesses include a grocery store, beer store & LCBO, Home Hardware, Ford Car Dealership & restaurants & shops.
Just 5 minutes away from the nearest marina at Colchester Village & Beach.
With a population of just over 21,000 Kingsville is a vibrant community on the north shore of Lake Erie, approximately 40 minute drive from the closest major city Windsor. The town is rich in history and has many Victoria era architectural gems. It is also the home of the famous Jack Miner Bird Sanctuary and Colasanti's Tropical Gardens.
With miles of lakefront properties housing permanent homes & seasonal cottages Kingsville is considered one of the prettiest towns in Essex County.
Lakeshore is a town on Lake St. Clair in Essex County, just outside Windsor. It consists of The Town of Belle River with the townships of Maidstone, Rochester, Tilbury North and Tilbury West. The Franco-Ontarians percentage exceeds the provincial average. The economy is based primarily on agriculture and manufacturing, but the municipality is home to many commuters. New subdivisions and new homes abound here, as the area expands with new house starts.
LaSalle is a charming community directly west of the City of Windsor, nestled along the Detroit River and Lake Erie. LaSalle, along with Windsor, is the oldest French settlement area in Southwestern Ontario, and the oldest continually inhabited European settlement in Canada west of the Quebec border. And LaSalle real estate is gorgeous, to boot.
Leamington, aka "The Sun Parlour of Canada" & "The Tomato Capital of Canada," is the second largest municipality in the Windsor-Essex County area. It's home to Point Pelee, the southern most point of mainland in Canada. In 2006, it was listed as the #1 best place to live in Canada, by MoneySense magazine. Tourism & attractions include cycle paths, Point Pelee National Park and it's large, modern marina. It has several parks including Seacliff Park & the Marina/Waterfront Park.
Located 50 minutes away from Windsor, near Stoney Point, located on Lake St. Clair lies a little marina town called Lighthouse Cove. The lighthouse was built in 1872 and is a popular tourist attraction.
The Windsor and Essex County area is home to a lot of absolutely stunning luxury properties. With our extensive waterfront along Lake St. Clair, Detroit River and Lake Erie, there is a tremendous amount of luxry neighbourhoods and properties both on the water and inland. Goran Todorovic is a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist, and his team of professionals are trained in proven effective marketing strategies for luxury listings.
Orchard Park Real Estate
Orchard Park is a beautiful area of executive homes just East of Windsor. With easy access to EC Row Expressway, shopping, parks and schools, this area is very popular among families and professionals. Homes are approx 15-20 years old, with mostly two stories and ranches that were custom built by quality home builders and original owners.
This is the place to enjoy cottage life! With a population of less than 200 permanent residents. Pelee Island lies almost halfway between Leamington, ON & Sandusky, Ohio in beautiful Lake Erie. The island is the most southern populated community in Canada and has one of the mildest climates in the county.
The island is served by 2 ferries from early spring until mid December, at which time air flights are offered from nearby Windsor, Ontario.
Riverside Drive is a beautiful scenic drive that runs from the span of Windsor and Tecumseh. There are dozens of parks on this road, as well as gorgeous homes on both waterfront and waterview. This is one of the most prestigious and sought-after addresses in our area.
The beautiful neighbourhood of Riverside is on the eastern edge of Windsor, defined by Riverside drive, running parallel to the Detroit River. Riverside Drive has some of the most beautiful and high-end homes in the city. Stroll the 200 block of homes on Prado Place, listed as a heritage conservation district. Enjoy the many shops along Wyandotte, including new/vintage clothing, a bake shop, music stores, hairdressers, grocery stores and specialty shops.
A beautiful, quiet neighbourhood surrounding the Roseland Golf Course, which is a designated Ontario Heritage Site. Many homes were built prior to the Second World War on very large, spacious treed lots. The area is highly sought after and is a very prestigious part of South Windsor.
Russel Woods real estate is perhaps best known for their luxury homes, located just east of Windsor. Executive homes in this area range from stunning waterfront showpieces to large family homes. Waterfront homes in this area front on either East Pike Creek or Lake St. Clair. Many homes offer stunning water views, sandy beaches & dock access. Demographics in this area range from professionals with families to retirees, many of whom can be seen walking or jogging along the beautiful treed streets.
South Walkerville real estate consists of some of Windsor's oldest residential developments surrounding Windsor Metropolitan Hospital on Tecumseh Road. The hospital is located near the Optimist Memorial Park, established in 1925 and is an integral part of the South Walkerville community. The site boasts a variety of different trees. Additionally, many South Walkerville streets are named after World War I battles, including Ypres, Somme and Amiens.
South Windsor is a beautiful neighbourhood located just south of downtown Windsor. This community started development in the 1950s and has only continued to grow. What used to consist of treed lots is now made up of plenty of homes, convenient shopping & restaurants. South Windsor real estate is a great option for US commuters and offers a selection of several elementary schools andthe well-regarded Vincent Massey Public High School and Holy Names Catholic High School.
Southwood Lakes is a beautiful area of executive homes in South Windsor. One of the premier luxury areas, the homes here range from luxury townhomes to large executive homes. Many properties front on the beautiful man-made lakes that are the namesake of this area. Easy access to all major thoroughfares as well as Highway 401, the bridge to USA and ECRow Expressway, this area offers both convenience and luxury.
St. Clair College is surrounded by LaSalle, South Windsor & the Roseland area. It's one of the best rated colleges to go to in Ontario. Main campus is located 20 minutes from Downtown Windsor, easily accessible from the 401. It is surrounded by many desirable and charming neighbourhoods of single family homes, some of which serve as student rental properites and income properties.
Located 35 minutes from Downtown Windsor & 5 minutes from Belle River. St. Joachim is a small village founded in 1883 by local French Canadian population following the erection of the St. Joachim Catholic Church. Access the Ruscom River or enjoy a meal at the St. Joachim Diner, which was featured on the show "You Gotta Eat Here!"
Tecumseh real estate is situated in a bedroom community just east of the city of Windsor, located on Lake St. Clair. Tecumseh is rapidly growing and offers many fine restaurants, shopping areas, medical facilities and has a growing industrial and commercial sector. This city is also well known for its friendly hospitality and community events. Transportation access along with short commutes to work in the region form a solid foundation for stability and growth in Tecumseh for many years to come.
Est. in 1887. "The Light Between the Lakes" Tilbury is a community within the municipality of Chatham-Kent. Located 45 minutes outside of Windsor. Tilbury is home to many locally owned restaurants and bars. It's also home to a number of industries related to the auto sector. It also has hiking trails, a golf course, a full range of services including playgrounds, athletic fields, a public swimming pool and beautifully landscaped parks.
Located west of Downtown Windsor, the expanding University of Windsor has a student population of 16,000 full-time graduate & undergraduate students. Close to the waterfront Windsor Sculpture Park & Ambassador Bridge. Enjoy the beautiful waterfront, with quick access to the Riverfront Trail and the best sunset views in the city. Enjoy the many student conveniences located nearby, variety of restaurants, cafes, grocery stores, banking, fast food and a Shoppers Drug Mart.
A popular and sought-after subdivision set just off Walker Road and Provincial. This area is popular for its convenience to all amenities and easy-access to major thoroughfares including Highway 401 and ECRow Expressway. Also very close to many places of worship, a major shopping centre, movie theatre, grocery stores, Costco etc.
Walkerville began as a model community for the workers of the Hiram Walker distillery. It amalgamated with Windsor in 1935. It's a historic area of Windsor which draws in residents from all over the county with events such as "Art in the Park" held in Willistead Park. It is also home to some of the most beautiful & grand homes in Windsor. The area has a rich history, with plenty to do nearby.
Old Sandwich Town, on the west side of Windsor, is located along the Detroit river. Est. in 1797, it's considered one of the oldest, most historically significant settlements in Ontario. It's home to some of the most historically important buildings, including Mackenzie Hall & the Duff-Baby Mansion. The annual "Olde Sandwich Towne Festival" has been celebrated for nearly 20 years! It celebrates the historical richness of the area with reenactments of the Underground Railroad & includes a parade.
Windsor real estate is located in the southernmost city in Canada. It's located on the southern shore of the Detroit River, nestled between beautiful Lake St. Clair & Lake Erie. It's directly across the river from Detroit & offers easy access to big city entertainment & shopping while maintaining a mid-sized city feel. Windsor has a beautiful climate & often milder winters compared to the rest of Canada. Adding to it's appeal, Windsor's average sale price is among the most reasonable in Canada.
Woodslee is approx 20 minutes from the Eastern border of Windsor and is considered a bedroom community of the city. A beautiful small town with varied real estate styles and price points, Woodslee is home to both commuters and farmers. The Belle River meanders many century homes, and also modern subdivisions. Belleview & Woodland Hills Golf Courses are nearby.