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21 Dellbrook Crescent, North York
Located in the sought after area of Humber Summit in North York sits this amazing 4 Bedroom Semi-Detached home with a self contained legal bachelor apartment. Fully detached garage, corner lot and the most amazing breeze way with skylights! Contact me for further details or to book a viewing of this property.
48 Second Street, Orangeville
Check out this 5 bedroom beauty with a fully detached two car garage, parking for 10 and a lot size you normally only see in the country. The depth is almost 280 feet with a fully fenced backyard, pear and walnut trees, grapes, cherry, raspberry bushes, vegetable garden and all within walking distance to downtown Orangeville. You can have it all with this home! Contact me for further details or to book a showing of this home.
99 Mill Street, Orangeville
ATTENTION INVESTORS! FOURPLEX! OFFERED EXCLUSIVELY! All units currently rented month to month with amazing tenants that would like to stay. Total monthly rents = $6,700 Contact me for further details or to book a showing.
61 Artemesia St. S Dundalk
7 Bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms, 2 Kitchens, 2 Driveways, 2 Entrances. This gorgeous home with it's extra large rooms and high ceilings is a stunner! Easily converted into two completely separate living spaces. Contact me for further details or to book a tour of this home.
5814 10th Line, Erin
SOLD! In Multiples Offers For Top Dollar! Congratulations to my sellers on the sale of their gorgeous country home.
5700 Winston Churchill Blvd.
SAFELY SOLD IN MULTIPLES FOR OVER LIST! Four Offers and one lucky buyer!
20558 Hurontario St, Caledon
Congratulations to my MOST AMAZING Sellers on the sale of their home!
4 Young Court, Orangeville
This Gorgeous 4 Bedroom Home Featuring A Recently Renovated Full 2 Bedroom In-Law Suite.
627458 15th Sideroad, Mulmer
Sold in four days with multiple offers and over asking! Congratulations to my amazing sellers!
795506 3rd Line EHS, Mono
Congrats to my great sellers.
69 Mill St, Grand Valley
I am so happy for my Seller that had to complete the process of her sale during these difficult times.
9 Briarwood Ave, Caledon
Sold, and we could not be happier for our sellers.
224 Johnson Drive, Shelburne
Sold with multiples!
65 Eastview Drive, Orangeville
Sold with ten offers!.
43 Pridham Place, Tottenham
Sold with multiple offers!
232 Second Ave, Shelburne
Congrats to my sellers and my buyers.
3 Madill Rd., Mono
A quick sale in a great neighbouhood!
65 Mill St., Orangeville
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‘’The presentation brochure she put together was spectacular with excellent photos of the house. She was sincere, prompt, caring, dependable and attentive. I have recommended her to several people since the sale of our house. The Best real estate agent in Amaranth’’
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There have been some changes to the landscape of the Amaranth real estate market in recent times. In the past, the area was known as a farming community and there wasn’t much beyond that in the area. But the last couple of decades have seen that change in quite significant ways. The farming community in Amaranth still exists but there’s now much more than that to the real estate market and more to the community in the township in general. As some of the older farms closed down and the people who used to own and run them have moved out, more families who don’t have ties to the farming community have moved in, creating new demand and a new sense of life and vitality to Amaranth. This has been accompanied by new house building projects and plans for new developments, which is something we’ll talk about in a little more depth later.
There are clusters of small communities throughout the township of Amaranth. This makes it very appealing for anyone who likes the prospect of living in a small location with plenty in the way of local atmosphere and village life. It’s very different to the hustle and bustle of the city, and that’s perhaps why many people choose to move to Amaranth and places in the nearby vicinity when they’re looking to escape life in the city. The small community atmosphere is certainly a selling point. The area is also very safe and crime rates are low, making it a location that’s appealing for families of all kinds. Local amenities are good for such a small area and the landscape is ripe for exploration, as we’ve already outlined above.
Plans for Growth and Development One exciting thing about the prospect of moving to Amaranth at the moment is the plans that are in place to develop areas in the township and build new homes. There are going to be more homes built in the near future, catering to the new demographics that are now interested in moving to Amaranth. The next few years is expected to see the implementation of big plans for the development of Waldemar in Amaranth. As these new plans come to fruition, the overall appeal of Amaranth will only increase and property prices are predicted to rise in the area as the destination becomes ever more appealing to new home buyers. That makes now a good time to take a look at Amaranth as a potential new home for you and your family.
Amaranth is known for its natural beauty, and perhaps nothing sums this up better than the fact that the township is named after the flowering plant that grows throughout the year in the area. The fields and wildflowers that are very common in Amaranth are popular with locals and visits. But the landscape is one that’s very varied, with meadows, rivers and wetlands being found throughout Amaranth and the surrounding areas. Outdoor explorers love to visit Amaranth and its natural appeal is one of the reasons many people choose to move into the area. The disused Canadian Pacific Railway now functions as a space for outdoor sports, such as snowmobiling during the winter months. Contact us if you’re looking for a free home evaluation Amaranth.
Amaranth Ontario is a small town located in Dufferin County, Ontario, Canada, with a population of over 4,000, and gets its name from the plant which grows within its borders. It shares its boundary on the west by Luther Lake, which is one of the largest wetlands in southern Ontario. Likely named after “Immortal Amaranth” as written by Milton in “Paradise Lost” it is the largest township in Dufferin County and is part of the Hills of Headwaters Tourism region.
Amaranth is a small town located in Dufferin County, Ontario, Canada, with a population of over 4,000, and gets its name from the plant which grows within its borders. It shares its boundary on the west by Luther Lake, which is one of the largest wetlands in southern Ontario. Likely named after “Immortal Amaranth” as written by Milton in “Paradise Lost” it is the largest township in Dufferin County and is part of the Hills of Headwaters Tourism region, and since its incorporation on January 2, 1854, it has been a staple of small-town life in Ontario, focusing on community. Based on the Headwaters of Canada’s Grand River, within the County of Dufferin, the Corporation of the Township of Amaranth has landscape features, wetlands, and rivers. Amaranth offers the enjoyment of beautiful sights all-year-round.
Rural in community and feel, but has approximately 100 diverse businesses, The Township is a combination of neighbourhoods and hamlets, such as Laurel and Waldemar, within a strong and vibrant agricultural community. It is surrounded by the towns of Orangeville, Grand Valley and Shelburne. It is also surrounding by the larger large urban centres for townspeople to visit, such as Toronto, Brampton, Guelph, Kitchener, Waterloo, Alliston, Barrie and Collingwood. Amaranth is rich with diverse landscape features including rivers, wetlands, farmland, forests, and railways. The old rail line that crosses Amaranth provides opportunities for recreational activities, people have been seen using the trail for snowmobiling. But it boasts a unique and diverse community focusing on peace and progress. Amaranth is small in stature but is plentiful of residents who focus on the sustainability of their community. Boasting a long and rich history of dedicated townspeople, many have lived in Amaranth for generations.
Sharing a similar trait to the Dufferin County townships of Mono and Mulmur, as well as the Simcoe County townships of Adjala and Tosorontio, roads are named in accordance to the Amaranth “Lines” running parallel to Highway 10. Each road is assigned a number from the town line westward in sequence. The roads running perpendicular to the Lines are numbered Sideroads. They are numbered using multiples of five rising northward from County Road 109.
The annual New Year’s Levee is a relatively recent addition to the township’s list of annual events, but it is gaining popularity. The event, usually held at the beginning of January, is a chance for local people to meet and join the mayor and other councilors. The event is a laid-back and informal affair. Attendees indulge in finger food, cake and drinks and have an opportunity to discuss local issues in the Council Chambers, encouraging active participation in government.
Camp Amaranth is another relatively recent addition to the township of Amaranth’s calendar. The event is designed to provide children living in the area an opportunity to experience the great outdoors and all it offers. The day camp program will introduce attendees to healthy, active outdoor lifestyles and sports. Camp Amaranth is for children between the ages of 6 and 12. At camp, children will experience a range of exciting activities. Amazing Race Amaranth is a team event where children work together to complete each leg of the event. There might be roadblocks along the way, but children learn how to overcome them.
There’s also the famous Amaranth Olympics which attempts to put a smile on children’s faces while mimicking the official athletic event. During hot weather children can also get involved in wet ‘n’ wild sports, including volleyball, sponge tag and water balloon baseball.
Camp Amaranth Mini is for kids aged 4 and 5. At camp, children will be able to enjoy a range of activities including a treasure hunt with a pirate theme, time-traveling history and archaeology lessons, and hands-on experiences with nature. Children will also learn about how food gets onto their plates and the routes it takes from the farm. There are also artistic opportunities to experience science through curiosity.
Camp Amaranth is possible, thanks to a grant from the Ontario Sport and Recreation Communities Fund.
The focus of this small town is on the people. They are encouraged to visit, enjoy the activities, reside, work or start up a business. With a wide variety of small businesses, such as farms, tourism, trucking, professional services, automotive, artistic, trades and self-employed entrepreneurs, Amaranth is a town that focuses on simple things and community spirit. Click if you’re interested in reading our local reviews from our Amaranth Ontario Location.