Windsor Homes & Real Estate

Willistead Manor in Windsor, ONBrowse the top Windsor, ON homes for sale and real estate below. As one of the southernmost cities in Canada, Windsor, Ontario, enjoys a moderate climate. Residents will find exciting amenities, charming homes, and beautiful surroundings. For additional information, including sales history and prices, property disclosures, and more for Windsor properties for sale, or to schedule a home tour of any property listed below, contact your LOCAL real estate experts today! Read more about Windsor real estate.

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Windsor Real Estate Market

Windsor homes for sale are incredibly charming, well-maintained, and beautifully updated. Homebuyers can find a mixture of stunning Tudor architectural style homes, traditional styles, new construction properties, and contemporary condominiums. This city truly has something for everyone, and it's easy to see why residents love calling Windsor home. If you want to be in the middle of it all, we definitely recommend checking out the best condo communities.

Similar to the neighbouring town of Tecumseh and LaSalle community, most Windsor properties are incredibly spacious and impeccably landscaped. Inside, you'll find elegant kitchens featuring top-of-the-line appliances, granite or quartz countertops, and chic backsplashes. These kitchens are truly a chef's dream come true.

Prices vary depending on home size, location, style, and more, but thanks to Windsor's cost of living being so affordable, listing prices of Windsor homes can be anywhere between the mid $100s to $1.5 million, and some luxury homes in expensive neighbourhoods can sell for $2 million and up. There are also plenty of affordable neighbourhoods to choose from, so most buyers will be able to find homes that fit their ideal price point. Those who are interested in passive income can also search for neighbourhoods good for investment properties.

Want to live near the big city but not necessarily inside it? Windsor also has a great variety of suburbs with low property taxes that give homeowners all the advantages of living in the city without the hustle and bustle.

Windsor Community Amenities

Windsor is a popular market for those looking to buy a home in a larger city. In addition, those that work in Detroit or further north can easily commute from their homes in Windsor. Major roads for those driving in Windsor include E.C. Row Expressway, Huron Church Road/Ambassador Bridge, and more.

Living in Windsor comes with several exciting community amenities, too. For example, the city is home to a vibrant downtown core that boasts a wide array of restaurants and shops for those who want to enjoy an evening out. Festivals, wineries, live shows, and more await Windsor residents.

The Windsor waterfront is its crowning jewel. Windsor boasts nearly 5 kilometres of unobstructed waterfront parkland, stretching from the Ambassador Bridge in the west to historic Hiram Walkers Distillery to the East. There's a walking trail, as well as many playgrounds, waterfalls, and areas to sit and enjoy the view of the beautiful Detroit skyline across the Detroit River. Waterfront neighbourhoods in the Windsor area are the envy of many and make up some of the best neighbourhoods in Windsor.

With 205 parks in Windsor covering more than 2,500 acres, there are many areas for residents to play sports or enjoy activities with their dogs. Several of these parks are also near Windsor lakes, giving more opportunities for beautiful views. Coventry Gardens, a 28,000 square metre riverfront park, houses several historic monuments as well.

On the east side, there are also many waterfront parks, including Sandpoint Beach, located on Lake St. Clair at the mouth of the river and across from beautiful Peche Island, and other Windsor beaches. Boaters enjoy the best of the Great Lakes, with the smaller and calmer Lake St. Clair and the larger Lake Erie, which are connected by the Detroit River in the middle. There are many boating and sailing events held in the area, and boaters enjoy access to many destinations in the U.S. by boat.

Windsor is home to several galleries and museums that explore the city's rich history dating back to its roots as a French settlement. Visitors and residents alike will enjoy the world-class exhibits on display at the Art Gallery of Windsor. Public art displays also include sculpture gardens and many murals throughout the city.

Windsor Local Highlights

  • Windsor's location near Lake St. Clair, Lake Erie, and the Detroit River offers an abundance of opportunities for water recreation.
  • The Detroit-Windsor Tunnel allows drivers to easily commute between Canada and the United States for work or play.
  • The Downtown Windsor Farmers Market is another great way for residents to spend a Saturday morning.
  • Windsor has many parks and green spaces, making it easy for families and friends to get together and enjoy nature.
  • Windsor is known as the "Automotive Capital of Canada" for its connection to the original Ford factory. CHARGE Labs at the University of Windsor is a leader in electric vehicle science.
  • Caesars Windsor is a waterfront casino that attracts over 6 million visitors each year. Grab a drink at the onsite sports bar and enjoy the view.
  • Major employers in Windsor include many large manufacturers, such as Stellantis, Ford, NARMCO, Plasman, Valiant TMS, and Anchor Danly.
  • Windsor has a great selection of fitness centres and gyms that offer a variety of different ways to exercise and stay fit.

Windsor School Information

Windsor is home to several well-known educational institutions, such as St. Clair College. The college offers a wide variety of programs from the arts to trades and technologies. For those planning to attend, there are plenty of homes for sale near St. Clair College Windsor Campus.

The University of Windsor is home to more than 16,000 students, and it has close ties to the city's automotive industry, a key part of the Windsor economy. Thanks to the school's extensive research facilities, students will have many opportunities for internships.

The primary and secondary schools in Windsor are managed by four school boards. These include the Greater Essex County District School Board (Public English Board), the Windsor Essex Catholic District School Board (Catholic English Board), the Conseil Scolaire Catholique Providence (Catholic French Board), and the Conseil Scolaire Viamonde (Public French Board). There are also a number of independent faith-based and Montessori schools available to Windsor residents.

Thinking about moving to Windsor? Windsor is a charming city with plenty of opportunities for residents to enjoy everything from sports and theatre to restaurants (especially along Wyandotte Street) and galleries.

Windsor, ON Real Estate Agents

Looking to purchase a home in Windsor? Let our Windsor real estate experts guide you through the sale of your current residence or the purchase of your new Windsor property. As local real estate agents, we have insider knowledge on the dynamics unique to Windsor, Ontario, real estate.

Contact Team Goran of RE/MAX CARE Realty to learn more about representation for buyers and sellers. Selling your Windsor property? Visit our market analysis page to receive a free home evaluation within minutes.

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