Lakeshore Homes & Real Estate

Search the newest Lakeshore, ON homes for sale & real estate below! Lakeshore is a residential town east of the city of Windsor, along Lake St. Clair that features beautiful beaches and walking paths along the shoreline. To request up-to-date information, including sales history and prices, property disclosures, and more about Lakeshore properties for sale, or to arrange a private showing of any property listed below, contact your LOCAL real estate experts today. Read more about Lakeshore real estate.

Homes for Sale in Lakeshore ON

Lakeshore Real Estate Listings October 3, 2022
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$454.55
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$848,800
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Lakeshore Real Estate Market

While Lakeshore is primarily a suburban town, there are two distinct areas where homebuyers will find Lakeshore homes for sale. A series of single-family homes in peaceful, green neighbourhoods towards the lake make up most of the Lakeshore real estate market. However, a large portion of Lakeshore is farmland, which means there are several spacious homes on massive rural properties for those looking for even more room.

Lakeshore homes for sale in subdivision neighbourhoods near the lake consist of charming cottage-style bungalows and other Traditional architectural styles. These homes generally have brick or clapboard exteriors and are situated on lush front yards with driveways on quiet, residential streets.

Because Lakeshore is a growing community with plenty of space, many new construction homes are also available. Additional homes in new subdivisions will likely hit the market in the coming months as well, so keep checking in with Team Goran for the latest listings. Of course, with a name like Lakeshore, buyers can also expect a small selection of gorgeous waterfront homes with dazzling views at the higher end of the market, as well as homes with beach access.

Further south, homebuyers will find more ranch-style houses. Because many of these homes come on properties that are several acres in size, they also have the luxury of multiple outbuildings used for storage or workshops. One exciting aspect of Lakeshore's rural communities is that several windmills are situated in the fields, creating a unique atmosphere as residents drive through the area.

Lakeshore Community Amenities

Residents enjoy the calm suburban atmosphere in this town of about 35,000 people. Manufacturing and agriculture are the two leading economies in Lakeshore, but with proximity to Highways 22, 42, 401, and 46, a good portion of those living in Lakeshore real estate can easily commute to nearby towns for work.

The most apparent pleasantry for Lakeshore residents is the beaches. Lakeview Park West Beach is the central public beach in town, with plenty of soft sand, picnic tables, outdoor barbecue areas, volleyball courts, showers, and public washrooms. Many picnic tables are under tall trees in the park's grassy area for those wanting a bit of shade.

Tremblay Beach Conservation Area is a small, peaceful place to walk among nature. With trails running along the lake and wind through tall trees and grassy fields, this is a great place to bring the dog and look out over the calm water away from the crowds at Lakeview Park West Beach. Residents might even spot deer frolicking in the bushes during a walk!

Boating enthusiasts will be happy to know several marinas exist in town, most notably the Belle River Marina, right near Lakeview Park West Beach.

Most shopping amenities are spread out across the north part of town and include several restaurants, supermarkets, banks, and home improvement stores. Residents also have easy access to several highways to take them to the nearby city of Tecumseh or Windsor.

Lakeshore Local Highlights

  • Lakeshore enjoys a long stretch of waterfront on Lake St. Clair, providing waterfront homes, water recreation, sandy beaches, and excellent views
  • Lakeshore residents have access to several highways to commute to neighbouring townships throughout Essex County easily
  • The Belle River community hosts the famous Sunsplash Festival in the summer, including races, a carnival, a car show, and more
  • At Wagner Orchards and Estate Winery, visitors can pick apples, buy delicious pies and hams, and sample several wines, among other treats

Lakeshore School Information

Several schools are dispersed relatively evenly throughout the town, meaning all Lakeshore homes for sale are in reasonable proximity. The area's main public school is the Lakeshore Public School, but there are also other options available, such as French-language and Catholic schools.

Lakeshore is a great place to buy a home because of its excellent selection of amenities, schools, and proximity to cities like Windsor.

Lakeshore, ON Real Estate Agents

Interested in buying a home in Lakeshore? Let our Lakeshore real estate experts guide you through the sale of your current residence or the purchase of your new Lakeshore property. As local real estate agents, we have up-to-date information on the Lakeshore, Ontario, real estate market's unique dynamics.

Contact Team Goran of RE/MAX CARE Realty to learn more about representation for buyers and sellers. Preparing to sell your Lakeshore home? View our market analysis page for a home value estimate within moments.

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