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Comber Real Estate May 22, 2024
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Comber, Ontario Overview

Comber is a tiny town located in the core of Essex County and part of the Lakeshore municipal region. It’s approximately 20 minutes north of the beautiful Lake St. Clair and 20 minutes south of Lake Erie.

Real Estate For Sale in Comber, Ontario

Comber real estate stats are scarce due to the size of the town. However, the asking price of homes in the area has increased a dramatic 83%. This is paired with a large increase in the number of homes for sales, which has increased 150% in the region since March of last year.

The median asking price of homes in the region this year is $1.2M.

Living in Comber, Ontario

Comber is part of the municipality of Lakeshore that comprises an amalgamation of towns near the U.S. border that connects to Detroit.

Comber combines the benefits of a tight community of a rural town growing in recent years with new developments.

It’s a very art-friendly city, with lots of murals commissioned in the downtown core to depict the area’s history. It’s also family-friendly, with a great many activities set up for children.

The town is built up from the farmers that surround it. It has the Comber Community Centre, seating up to 200 for community events, plus access to Comber Park, with a playground and walking trail.

The Lakeshore area is a popular bedroom community just 30 minutes from Windsor. It’s perfect for a slower, quieter lifestyle with safety in mind.

It has a large Francophone community, with 10% of the population in the area listing French as their first language. In addition, 20% of all residents are bilingual.

With Lakeshore just beside Comber, you have easy access to Lake Erie, with 35km of shoreline in the vicinity, including access to marinas, beaches, and conservation areas with many parks and trails.

Comber Fair is one of the most popular events in the town, where people come from far and wide to celebrate.

Recreation is trendy in the area, committed to being an “active living hub.” There’s a multi-use recreation facility in Lakeshore with three ink pads, tennis courts, and an aquatic centre.

Lakeshore and its region is steeped in powerful history, as it was an essential part of the Underground Railroad in the 1700s. You can learn more about it at the John Freeman Walls Museum in the city.

Comber Community Highlights

  • Near the shores of both Lake Erie and Lake St. Clair
  • Celebrates the Comber Fair each year
  • Comber Community Centre seats up to 200, with Comber Park nearby
  • Nearby Lakeshore has a large recreation facility
  • The historically important region was involved in the Underground Railroad

Comber Area Schools

Centennial is the only elementary school in Comber proper, but Belle River Public School and St. John the Baptist are great alternatives in Lakeshore just a short drive away.

  1. Centennial Central Public School (Grades K-8)
  2. Belle River Public School (Grades K-8)
  3. St. John the Baptist Catholic Elementary School (Grades K-8)