Houses for Sale in Erin, Ontario
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Real Estate For Sale in Erin, Ontario
Real estate stats in Erin, Ontario, are pretty limited due to the small size of the area.
The average sold price in Erin in November 2022 is $1,215,775, up 6.9% from $1,137,412 in November 2021.
New listings are down 12% to 22 in November 2022 from the same time last year, while sold listings are down 63% to 7 in the same period.
Erin, Ontario Overview
Located 80 km northwest of Toronto, the town of Erin, Ontario, comprises the villages of Erin and Hillsburgh, along with some other nearby hamlets.
The historic town prides itself on the great balance of life, work, and play. Both an industrial park and commercial spaces are actively growing. Erin possesses a low crime rate, competitive tax rates, and excellent recreational amenities.
Still primarily a rural community, farming has slowly been overtaken by other businesses in town, with much of its population working in nearby cities or industrial parks.
Living in Erin, Ontario
Living in Erin has a lot of perks: from the scenic vistas to the small-town charm. There’s always more to discover. Erin is most famous for its eclectic array of shopping experiences each with their own unique treasures. This includes everything from home decor, clothing, to toys and gifts.
Most activities in the town are concentrated in Centre 2000, Erin’s community centre. It contains a 300-seat theatre, a large double gym, a library, a daycare, an arena, and many other community spaces. The theatre even shows movies from the Toronto Film Festival and other circuits. If you’re planning a trip to the area, you can even stay at one of the beautiful Bed and Breakfasts.
The area also boasts many outdoor adventure potential, with lots of cycling, hiking, and even horseback riding opportunities.
The media community is also popular in Erin, with a community radio station CHES-FM on 91.7 FM, plus The Erin Advocate, their local newspaper.
Then, the biggest event of the year in Erin is probably the Erin Fall Fair, which began in 1850. It attracts crowds at the national level every Thanksgiving weekend. The artists and artisans who display their works at the fair are world-class, as the Fall Fair has been called “Ontario’s Preview to the Royal” for how many of its winners end up competing at the Royal Winter Fair in Toronto Hills.
Also important is the Winter Fest holiday event, with Christmas tree lighting, horse & carriage rides, and many specials at the shops.
Then, there’s the Erin Farmer’s Market which happens every summer, withe local farmers featuring their goods every Friday for the season.
Erin Community Highlights
- Erin has a historic downtown with lots of popular shopping destinations
- The Centre 2000 is Erin’s huge community centre, with a 300-person theatre and a double gym, plus much more
- The town hosts the Erin Fall Fair annually, which is host to a huge array of nationally respected artists and artisans
- The Erin Farmer’s Market opens every summer, with tons of local goods
- Scenic hiking trails and even horseback riding opportunities are available
Erin Area Schools
The following are each of the Erin Area Schools, including their high school.
- Ross R. MacKay Public School (Grades K-8)
- Brisbane Public School (Grades K-8)
- Erin Public School (Grades K-8)
- St. John Brebeuf Catholic School (Grades K-8)
- Erin District High School (Grades 9-12)