Houses for Sale in Exeter, Ontario
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Real Estate For Sale in Exeter, Ontario
Exeter real estate stats can only be found for the wider Huron Perth region. The average price of homes solid in October 2022 experienced only a slight reduction of 0.8% from October 2021 to October 2022, with the current average being $581,497.
In October 2022, 144 units were sold through the MLS System in the Huron Perth region, down steeply by 35.1% from October last year.
Exeter, Ontario Overview
Founded between London and Stratford, the historic town of Exeter is Ontario’s southern gateway to the west coast. The community loves its nickname of “Home of the White Squirrel,” due to the presence of some of the critters.
Exeter was founded in 1832 and, by 1853, had grown into a community of 300. The settlements north and south of the Ausable River merged to form the Village of Exeter.
After a connection to the railway service in the 1870s, the community began growing. Today, Exeter is a town of over 4,700 people.
Living in Exeter, Ontario
Exeter has a fantastic historic downtown where you can get to know the unique architecture through a self-guided heritage tour.
When there, you can check out the retro candy store, Uptown Sweets or grab some chocolates from Sugar & Spice Chocolates. If its clothing you’re looking for, you can try one of the many boutique fashion stores like The European Addition, Thomas H Fine Men’s Clothing, and Brigittes Fashion. Or, try out a new accessory at The Jewellery Box.
For restaurants, you can try Eddington’s of Exeter for great experimental fine dining. There’s also excellent world cuisine with Exeter Thai Cuisine or Golden City.
Then, you can take your purchases to the McNaughton Park Scenic Gardens for a stroll. A trail system comes out from it for a walk that’s navigable by most people. In addition, kids can enjoy the Storytime Trail, which takes them through the pages of a storybook.
Other options include Elliott Park, with its great camping options. Or, you can visit one of three golf courses in the Exeter area.
The Exeter area is also home to many excellent health and wellness facilities. These include the South Huron Medical Centre, the Grand Bend and Area Community Health Centre, and the Exeter Villa and One Care Home & Community Support Services, which offers help to seniors.
Exeter Community Highlights
- Exeter has a wide selection of specialty shops in its historic downtown to explore
- Take a stroll in the McNaughton Park Scenic Gardens for a scenic walk
- You can also visit Elliott park for camping options, or one of the areas golf courses
- Exeter has many excellent healthcare facilities in the area
- Considered the “gateway to the west coast” for its position near London
Exeter Area Schools
There are three schools in Exeter, one public and one catholic elementary school, plus one public high school.
- Exeter Elementary School (Grades K-8)
- Precious Blood Catholic Elementary School (Grades K-8)
- South Huron District High School (Grades 9-12)