Beamsville Ontario Real Estate

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Beamsville Ontario Homes for Sale
December 2, 2020
25
Listed
54
Avg. DOM
$1,573.22
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$897,900
Med. List Price
25 Properties
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Beamsville, Ontario Overview

Beamsville Ontario Overview

Beamsville, Ontario is a community in the western part of the Town of Lincoln. Lincoln is located in the centre of the Niagara Region, close to the southern shore of Lake Ontario. Beamsville was founded by loyalist immigrants from New Jersey following the American Revolution. The founder of the area, Jacob Beam, is the source of the community’s name. Because of its location on the Niagara Fruit Belt, Beamsville has a reputation for its orchards and vineyards alongside many award-winning wineries, breweries, and distillers.

Real Estate in Beamsville, Ontario 

Homes for Sale in Beamsville Ontario

With a population of 11,834 people, Beamsville is home to almost half of the population of Lincoln. In the 1970s, the Town of Lincoln was formed when Beamsville was amalgamated with other nearby townships in the region. Due to Lake Ontario and the Niagara Escarpment, temperatures in this area are quite moderate, contributing to the great fruit-growing atmosphere of the region.

Real Estate statistics for Beamsville are collected alongside all of the communities in Lincoln for an average sale price of $525,000 at the end of the 2019 year. This is higher than the Niagara Regional average of $430,000 for the same year. Overall, Lincoln has several options for new condos and homes. Beamsville in particular has many semi-detached new constructions and condo properties.  

Living in Beamsville, Ontario 

Beamsville is a fairly accessible place to live. The Queen Elizabeth Way, just north of Beamsville, links Buffalo, New York with Toronto. Along this highway, Beamsville is just over an hour away from Toronto and about 50 minutes away from Buffalo across the Peace Bridge. Public transportation is provided by the Town of Lincoln. The service, called uLinc, operates 3 routes through Beamsville, Vineland, and Jordan. Additional public transportation can be accessed by a connection to the GO bus and the rest of the GO transit network.

Schools in Lincoln are operated by the District School Board of Niagara and the Niagara Catholic District School Board. In the Public Board, there are 4 elementary schools and 1 secondary school. Jacob Beam Public School, Senator Gibson Public School, and Beamsville District High School are all in the Beamsville area. In the Catholic Board, there are 4 elementary schools with St. John and St. Mark both in Beamsville. There is a secondary Catholic school located in nearby Grimsby. Outside of those boards, there is also the Great Lakes Christian High School in Beamsville as an alternative secondary school option. 

Besides the community’s own shopping, dining, public facilities, and entertainment, there are two Conservation Areas just a short drive from Beamsville. The closer of the two is called Cave Springs Conservation Area, a beautiful sight-seeing area southeast of the community that is only accessible from the Bruce Trail. A little further east, south of Vineland and Jordan, is the Ball’s Falls Conservation Area. This area has a Conservation Centre with indoor galleries and exhibits about the area’s heritage and biodiversity. Attractions here include views of the waterfall from various angles and hiking trails with connections to the Bruce Trail. Ball’s Falls is also the site of a long-running Thanksgiving Festival tradition.