Kingsville Ontario Real Estate For Sale
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The town of Kingsville, Ontario was founded in the mid 19th century by its namesake James King. It would later be incorporated as a town in 1901. It is located in Essex County on the northern shore of Lake Erie and is one of Canada’s southernmost cities! Kingsville is Southeast of Windsor and West of Leamington and the Point Pelee National Park. The region is known for bird sanctuaries, waterfront parklands, and a trail of wineries throughout the municipality.
Real Estate for sale in Kingsville, Ontario
In the late 90s, Kingsville, like many other Southwestern Ontario towns experienced a growth through the amalgamation of nearby townships. In Kingsville’s case, it gained Gosfield North and Gosfield South, bringing the municipality’s area up to about 246.83 square kilometres. This town of 21,552 people is popular amongst guests and prospective new residents seeking a change of scenery and pace.
Real Estate in the Windsor-Essex County region has been seeing an increase in activity and average pricing each year. In 2019, the average price of a home is around $330,000, which is an increase of about 10% from the 2018 numbers. In Kingsville itself, homes for sale can be found within the wide range of low $200,000s for older homes to $1.5 million and up for large estates and lakeshore properties. Kingsville has been the site of more recent development, with newer constructions between the mid $400,000 to mid $500,000 in a variety of styles available.
Living in Kingsville, Ontario
Kingsville has a handy collection of services and attractions to offer residents. From thriving local business to historic wildlife sanctuaries, there is always something to explore.
For school-age children, both the Greater Essex County District School Board and the Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board manage the schools in Kingsville. The town has four elementary schools: Gosfield North Public School, Jack Miner Public School, Kingsville Public School, and St. John de Brebeuf Catholic Elementary as well as one secondary school: Kingsville District High School. Additional programs and private education are available throughout Essex County.
Nature-lovers and birdwatchers can find a lot to love about Kingsville. The town is a quick 25 minute drive to the Point Pelee National Park, a stopover for over 300 species of birds during their Spring migration. Closer to home and well-worth the visit are Colasanti’s Tropical Gardens and the Jack Miner Bird Sanctuary. Colasanti’s is everything you would need in an outing, free parking, on-site restaurant, play spaces, and greenhouses home to many tropical species. The Bird Sanctuary was established by Jack Miner in 1904, an important figure in the study of the Canada Goose. The grounds of the sanctuary host events, festivals, and Summer camps in addition to being an open opportunity to visit with Canada’s favourite migratory waterfowl! Those who prefer a different kind of excursion can enjoy touring around Kingsville’s four nearby wineries or trekking through one of Kingsville’s many parks, beaches, or trails.