Houses for Sale in Corunna, Ontario

Are you looking for a new home? If so, be sure to check out the houses for sale in Corunna Ontario. This charming town has something to offer everyone, from retirees looking for a quiet place to call home, to families looking for a friendly community to raise their children. You won't find a better place to buy a house than Corunna Ontario. What are you waiting for? Start browsing today!

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Corunna, Ontario Overview

Corunna, Ontario, is a small town located 15 minutes from Sarnia in St. Clair Township, Lambton County. It offers a family-friendly environment with lots of green space away from the city, located on the beautiful St. Clair River.

The Sarnia-Lambton area is home to over 128,000 residents, 5,686 of which reside in Corunna proper as of 2016. It is also close to the Canada-US border, with easy access to Detroit.

Corunna, Ontario Real Estate

Corunna is a small enough community that its stats can only be found as part of Sarnia-Lambton real estate. The area has experienced a decline of 16.9% in housing unit sales as of October 2022 from October 2021. However, compared with other regions in Ontario, it has weathered the downturn in housing well.

The average price for homes sold in the area in October 2022 was $471,486, down only 2% from October 2021.

In terms of a more comprehensive year-to-date average price, the average price was $546,812, an increase of 10.4% over the same first ten months of 2021.

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Living in Corunna, Ontario

Corunna enjoys some of the warmest climates in Canada due to its position on the Southern tip of Lake Huron. Winters are mild and short compared to the rest of Canada.

The area offers ample amenities for water enthusiasts, as there is a thriving fishing community and beautiful beaches nearby. However, even land lovers will find the Blue Water Experience appealing, with spacious parks, many festivals, and an extensive array of special events to suit your lifestyle.

The St. Clair township has a thriving industrial park and is only 15 minutes from Sarnia and the US border. There’s also a beautiful historic town with calm surrounding countryside that’s perfect for camping. The nearby Mooretown has a sports complex with two ice rinks, a swimming pool, a health club, and a library.

In addition, there’s even a trail system extending the Township's length along the St. Clair River. Finally, there are over 40km of riverfront in the St. Clair River District for boating along the Blue Coast.