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Aylmer, Ontario was first settled in in 1817 by John Van Patter. Originally named Troy, the town was renamed Aylmer in 1835 after Lord Aylmer, the then Governor-in-Chief of British North America. Aylmer was incorporated as a village in 1872 and then as a town in 1887.
Present day Aylmer is a blend of historic housing with modern day amenities and services for residents to enjoy. Located south of London’s east side with easy access to Highway 401, Aylmer is an ideal town for commuters.
Real Estate For Sale in Aylmer, Ontario
Aylmer provides a number of real estate options for those interested in residing in the area. Older, mature homes as well as newly developed subdivisions can be found throughout town.
Real estate in Aylmer is very affordable, especially when compared to neighbouring cities such as London. The average price for a listing in Aylmer sits around $212,000 according to zolo.ca. The range for properties in Aylmer fall between $200,000 and $900,000 depending on size, location, age and amenities.
Rural properties are available surrounding Aylmer which are generally accompanied by generous lots and acreage. There are a number of country lots for sale situated around Aylmer that offer an ideal location for building ones dream home.
Living in Aylmer, Ontario
During the mid 40’s, when the tobacco industry was booming, Aylmer became home to an Imperial Tobacco plant which played a large role in its economic development. Since the decline of the industry, and subsequently the shut down of the plant, Aylmer’s economic landscape was forced to evolve with the times.
Today Aylmer is home to a number of different industries that range from food processing, manufacturing, green technology and composites. There are an array of medium and small businesses that line the downtown core.
The town annually hosts the Aylmer Fair which is the oldest agricultural fair in District 13 running from the 1800’s. Today, the Aylmer Fair attracts thousands of attendees and features attractions in agriculture, crafts, food vendors, family activities and midway rides. In 2020, the Aylmer Fair will celebrate 175 years.
The schools in Alymer are operated by the Thames Valley School Board and the London District Catholic School Board. Currently, there are 2 public elementary schools, McGregor Public School and Davenport Public School and 1 public high school, East Elgin, in Aylmer. There are also 3 private education elementary school in Aylmer, Immanuel Christian School, Assumption Elementary School and Old Colony School, for those interested in alternative education options.
Aylmer is home to a large number of parks, greenspace and outdoor recreation areas. From neighbourhood parks to large community parks, Aylmer boasts ample opportunity to enjoy the outdoors. Some parks located in Aylmer, Ontario include Steen Park, Optimist Park, Rotary Park, Steen Conservation Area, Lions Park and Kinsmen Park.
Living in Aylmer is a truly community driven experience. It is everything one would expect to see in small town Ontario. Residents enjoy tightly knit neighbourhoods, school pride, and an abundance of events and activities to promote togetherness.