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Blenheim is a community found in the Chatham-Kent municipality in Southwestern Ontario. This community specifically is found in the Southeastern corner of the municipality, very close to the waters of Lake Erie. Since the beginning, agriculture and later agricultural processing have played key roles in Blenheim’s economy as well as manufacturing plants more recently.
Real Estate for sale in Blenheim, Ontario
Blenheim was incorporated as a town in 1885 and was amalgamated into the Chatham-Kent municipality during Kent County’s 1998 reorganization. The community benefits from quick access to the waters of Lake Erie and also to Chatham, the municipality’s commercial centre. Convenience aside, Blenheim is a charming town of 4344 people in its own right with plenty of amenities for residents to enjoy.
Alongside the other amalgamated townships, Blenheim’s real estate numbers are considered to be part of the Chatham-Kent region. In 2019, the average list price for a property in the region is about $250,000, this value reflecting a 20% increase from the 2018 numbers. The region’s affordable pricing are attracting a lot of recent interest and the real estate market has been on the rise even as property inventories stagnate in comparison. Many properties in Blenheim are in quite rural areas, offering older homes on larger lots. Closer to the centre of town, homes are newer, more densely placed, and tend to exceed the regional average.
Living in Blenheim, Ontario
As a part of Chatham-Kent, Blenheim benefits from CK Transit, the municipality’s transportation network. Blenheim can be found on the CK “Route C” which also services Chatham, Charing Cross, and Ridgetown. This connection helps residents of Blenheim traverse the municipality with ease to enjoy more of what this awesome area has to offer.
Blenheim has four schools within its boundaries and those schools are drawn from the Lambton Kent District School Board (LKDSB) and the St. Clair Catholic District School Board. In the LKDSB, students attend either W.J. Baird Public School or Harwich-Raleigh Public School for elementary, then Blenheim District High School for secondary grades. In the Catholic Board, students attend St. Anne Catholic School for the elementary years. Additional programs are offered in other cities of the municipality as well.
Blenheim is known for its fun traditions and attractions. Most famous is the Blenheim Cherry Fest, a multi-day celebration in the Summer recognizing the integral berry patches and orchards around the community. Cherry Fest features live music, food tents, a midway, and cherry-themed competitions like the “Pit Spit” Championship. Other local attractions include the RM Classic Car Exhibit, nearby Golf courses, and local flavours and restaurants.
For those who are seeking an active lifestyle, Blenheim community spaces and other nearby stops in the municipality have offerings in spades. The municipality is home to over forty-four trails, with the Be-Fit Trail and the Flook Trail located in Blenheim. By going a little way out of town, residents can enjoy access to the villages, beaches, and stunning provincial parks along the shores of Lake Erie.