Tillsonburg Ontario Real Estate

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Tillsonburg, Ontario Homes for Sale
January 23, 2020
47
Listed
80
Avg. DOM
$289.35
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$498,900
Med. List Price
47 Properties
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Tillsonburg, Ontario Overview

Homes for sale in Tillsonburg Ontario

Tillsonburg, Ontario was first settled in by George Tillson in 1825, and officially incorporated as a town in 1872. Located approximately 50 kilometers southeast of London, Ontario along Highway 3, Tillsonburg is home to roughly 15,800 residents. It is one of eight municipalities that make up the County of Oxford.

Its ideal location to surrounding cities such as London and Woodstock have many who reside in Tillsonburg commuting for large job markets, while enjoying lower priced real estate and the benefits of small town living. 

Real Estate For Sale in Tillsonburg, Ontario

Real estate Tillsonburg Ontario

The real estate landscape in Tillsonburg is made up of vacant land, condominiums, townhouses and single or multi-family dwellings. Regardless of your real estate needs the town of Tillsonburg has something to offer all. 

Newly developed condominium buildings can be found lining Quarter Town Line and feature 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Listing featuring condos for sale in Tillsonburg range between $135,000 and $550,000.  Styles include mid rise condo buildings and single family attached condos. 

Homes for sale in Tillsonburg have an average list price of $450,000. However, depending on size, area, age and square footage, the range is generally $200,000 to $600,000.

Living in Tillsonburg, Ontario

Since the decline of the tobacco industry, Tillsonburg has eagerly evolved to diversify its economic landscape. Now a regional hub for businesses, Tillsonburg serves nearly 225,000 people. Prevalent industries in Tillsonburg include automotive manufacturing with companies such as Autoneum Canada Ltd., Guardian Industries and Adient. Service related industries are also a large part of the economy in Tillsonburg which is home to companies J/E Bearing Ltd., Fleetwood Metal Products, Inovata Foods and E & E McLaughlin Ltd. among many others. 

There is plenty to see and do in Tillsonburg as it is home to a variety of parks, art and cultural centers, historic sites and even features a small lake in the heart of the town. Annadale House is listed as a Canadian Historic Site and is a large property built in 1883. The Stations Art Center is a multi-use recreational facility that was created using two historic train stations joined by a central gallery. The Stations Art Center routinely hosts exhibits, art and cultural groups and family friendly activities. Every Saturday morning the Stations Art Center is home to the Tillsonburg Farmers Market which showcases local arts, crafts, homemade treats and local produce. 

Dotted throughout Tillsonburg are a number of parks and recreation areas for residents to enjoy. In any number of neighborhoods, there are small parks within walking distance for many. Memorial Park is home to the Lake Lisgar Waterpark which is sure to provide hours of fun and entertainment for the entire family. The park also features a large playground, baseball diamonds, picnic areas and greenspace. 

Schools in Tillsonburg are operated by two boards, the Thames Valley District School Board and the London District Catholic School Board. Within Tillsonburg there are 5 Elementary Schools between the two boards and 1 High School. 

Tillsonburg is an ever growing and evolving town. Not only is it an excellent location for business and economic development it is also an ideal place to call home. A rich history, appreciation for arts and culture and welcoming atmosphere are some of the reasons so many are choosing to call Tillsonburg, Ontario their home.