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Stratford, Ontario Real Estate for Sale

Real Estate For Sale in Stratford, Ontario

The average asking price on homes sold in Stratford, Ontario, has risen 8.4% since October of last year.

For detached homes, the median asking price is now $845k, while townhouses in the area sell at $600k. While there is only a small condo market in Stratford, the current average asking price is $450k.

In addition, the number of homes for sale in Stratford, in general, has increased 110.47% year-over-year.

Stratford, Ontario Overview

Stratford, Ontario, is an idyllic city in the southwestern arm of the province. It is famous for its theatre arts scene, with restaurants, cafes, and beautiful parks running alongside the slow winding Avon River.

In 2016, it was found to have a population of 31,465 in its 28 square kilometer area. The city is the seat of Perth County, settled in the 1830s through 40s by farmers. 
Old Homes for Sale in Stratford, Ontario

The town and river are named after the English town of Stratford-upon-Avon. With the swan as the city’s symbol, 24 white swans are released into the Avon River each year.

The town's most notable feature is the Stratford Festival, famed for its world-class performances of Shakespeare’s plays. Due to the festival and more, the city sees an incredible 1.7 million visitors annually. 

Beyond the festival, the town stands out for its charming downtown around the scenic river. It is home to many restaurants with terrific food and highly decorated parks full of statues and flowers.

Living in Stratford, Ontario

Living in Stratford, you’ll be surrounded by stunning greenery, a thriving arts scene, and many specialty shops and restaurants for the festivals.

Stratford - How much is your Home Worth?Stratford’s biggest economic draw is tourism from its theatres, museums, and arts scene, but it also has some successful agriculture and auto parts manufacturing.

The city is home to a wide variety of parks, with many charming inns, bed & breakfasts, and beautiful residences, making for an overall enchanting effect. If you take a boat ride down the calm waters of the Avon River, you’ll see the weeping willows and wisteria trees hanging over the sloping yards of the residents’ heritage estates.

Since the Stratford Festival began in 1953, the yearly season has become a Canadian institution. Shakespeare and other classic plays are run in both traditional and contemporary ways that have enticed visitors from all over for generations. Recent showings have included All’s Well that Ends Well, Hamlet, and Little Women.

Around the Stratford Festival Theatre lies the Memorial Gardens with its beautiful array of flowers, or you can take a visit to Tom Patterson Island. The Market Square is also just around the corner, where booths, stalls, and events are set up.

But that’s not all there is to Stratford’s arts scene, with the Stratford Summer Music Festival also featuring performances from musical acts all around the area.

Finally, the Stratford Perth Museum is a must-visit location, with its constantly updating exhibits.

Stratford Community Highlights

  • Stratford is the site of the famous Stratford Festival with its ever-popular seven month season of great works of theatre.
  • You can enjoy the beautiful Avon River as it drifts through the heart of the town.
  • The fantastic Stratford Summer Music Festival rounds out the arts scene each summer.
  • The Stratford Perth Museum is one of a few excellent museums and cultural spots to visit around town.
  • The kaleidoscopic Memorial Gardens are always nice for a walk.

Stratford Area Schools

Stratford has many excellent elementary and secondary schools in the area, with these five having some of the highest ratings.

  1. St Aloysius (Grades K-8)
  2. Bedford (Grades K-8)
  3. St Joseph (Grades K-8)
  4. Stratford Central (Grades 9-12)
  5. St Michael (Grades 9-12)