Byron Ontario Real Estate for Sale

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Byron, Ontario Homes for Sale
February 20, 2020
39
Listed
113
Avg. DOM
$335.63
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$759,900
Med. List Price
39 Properties
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Byron, Ontario Overview

Homes for sale Byron Ontario

Byron is a neighbourhood on the outskirts of London, Ontario in the south west area. Adjacent to the Thames River, the community is home to roughly 15,500 residents. 

Originally settled in during the 1800’s, the area officially became a village shortly after in 1804. It was annexed by the City of London in 1961, where it saw the most amount of growth. Though it is part of London, those who reside in Byron know it retained its village-like roots and small town feel. 

Real Estate For Sale in Byron, Ontario

Real estate Byron Ontario

Since experiencing substantial growth over the last few decades, there has been a number of new subdivisions developing within Byron. Along with these new areas the original houses that were built in Byron remain. 

Residents of Byron enjoy low density housing with lots offering more space than in other areas of London. 

Though the real estate landscape in Byron mainly consists of single family dwellings, there are a number of detached condominium complexes throughout. 

Homes for sale in Byron range in price with influencing factors being size, age of property, lot location and amenities. Listings can be found between $400,000 and quickly reach the multi-million dollar mark. 

For those who are interested in a truly rural setting, there are home options along Byron Baseline Road which feature large acreage properties perfect for those with horses or desire ample space. 

Living in Byron, Ontario

Byron, Ontario has retained much of its small town charm which is evident in its quaint downtown area. Unique shops and dining options line the main street and are frequented by residents and visitors alike. 

Byron is home to parks and recreation areas such as Springbank Park which is a 300 acre park and home to Storybook Gardens, a very popular family friendly attraction. Springbank Park is the largest park in the City of London and features over 30 kilometers of trails meandering throughout. These trails connect to other parks in the City and if travelled will be a 10km stretch to downtown London. Along with the trails, the park offers picnic areas, open greenspace, a carousel, and a miniature train. 

Along with Springbank Park, Byron is home to other parks including Jorgenson Park, Whisperwood Park and Cresthaven Park. 

Boler mountain is located in Byron, Ontario and is a hotspot for skiers, snowboarders and tubers during the winter months. Visitors can hit a number of trails and slopes, while children and newcomers can enjoy the ski schools and lessons offered. During the summer months, outdoor activities such as zip-lining, biking and hiking are offered. 

Schools in Byron are operated by the Thames Valley District School Board and the London District Catholic School Board. Byron is home to six publicly funded elementary schools, Byron Northview Public School, Byron Somerset Public School, Byron Southwood Public School, St. George Catholic School, St. Theresa Catholic School and St. Nicholas Catholic School. Though no secondary schools are directly located within Byron, the St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School and Saunders Secondary School service the needs of students in the area.