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32429 9th Line, East Garafraxa
Stunning 3 bedroom bungalow surrounded by crop fields and just minutes to Orangeville. This home is perfect for the person looking for peaceful living. Contact me for further details or to book a viewing of this property. Read More
730 Cook Crescent, Shelburne
Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom freehold townhome located in the sought after neighbourhood of Summerhill in Shelburne. Just minutes to the highway in one of the fastest growing towns in Ontario. Fully fenced backyard and no neighbours behind. Contact me for further details. Read More
5818 4th Line, New Tecusmseth
Amazing opportunity to own 48.63 acres of clear flat workable land NOT in the greenbelt or Oak Ridges Moraine. 40 acres of organic kidney beans currently being farmed. This property also comes with a gorgeous 11 year old 4 bedroom home. Stay tuned for further details. Read More
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
Sold in a minute, love these guys!
396064 5th Line, Melancthon
This gorgeous recreational property did not last long! Two offers within hours of listing. A huge congratulations to my Sellers on securing top dollar and a quick closing! Everything they were looking for.
21 Dellbrook Crescent, North York
It's an honour when anyone puts their trust in me to sell their home, especially when it's one of my good friends mother who has known me for more than half my life. Three generations have lived in this home. Pretty amazing! Congratulations on the sale and I'm looking forward to finding you your new 'forever home'.
99 Mill Street, Orangeville
Congratulations to my Sellers and Buyer on the sale of this gem of an investment property.
48 Second Street, Orangeville
Congratulations to my Sellers on the sale of their beautiful home.
374427 6th Line, Amaranth
Congragulations to my sellers on the quick sale of their amazing home!
’She managed my expectations, was readily available and sold me on trusting the process; as such, my entire sale was flawless. In this highly competitive service-based industry, Jennifer demonstrates all the attributes of a professional whilst blending the openness and honesty of a good friend. A great fit for anyone!’’
‘’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 Belfountain’’
‘’We decided to go with Jennifer right away, she brought 3 buyers to our home sale and that caused multiple offers. We got much much more than we thought we would and the whole experience was tremendous and very professional throughout, our agent forever!’’
‘’As first time home buyers, we didn’t know what to expect. We were definitely nervous and a bit leery to say the least. Through hard work and professionalism, Jennifer has really succeeded in making our experience a very positive one, We loved our Belfountain real estate agent, thanks Jennifer!’’
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If you’re not looking for properties out in the rural south of Belfountain, you might be more interested in the properties found in the village centre. The centre of Belfountain is appealing for very different reasons. It’s a quiet and quaint village centre with plenty of 19th and early 20th century character. It’s picturesque and it should surprise no one that the village is growing in popularity among house buyers. The beautiful homes in the village centre start from around $400,000, with the larger properties in the village center being worth more than that. But you’re not only paying for the home; you’re also paying for the pleasure of living in a safe, beautiful and inviting village centre.
One thing that many people will be keen to know more about is the range of village facilities in the centre of Belfountain. It’s a village that’s certainly suited to young families, and you’ll be pleased to know that it has its own public elementary school, and there’s a nearby secondary school called Mayfield Secondary School. There are bus services provided for people traveling from nearby areas or traveling to other nearby schools. All in all, Belfountain is an appealing place for families to live because of the facilities, the abundant natural landscapes and the safe and pleasant nature of the village itself. It’s growing in popularity as more and more young families begin to move into the area for the first time.
Belfountain was developed as a railroad town and, as such, it’s major growth development and growth period came around the beginning of the 20th century. It’s a hilly location with many deep ravines, meaning the homes in the area had to be plotted out very carefully as the town began to grow during this period of its history. Today, it means there are many appealing and attractive homes from this period that still come onto the market from time to time. Another big growth period of development and house building in Belfountain came in the 1970s, when many large properties with acres of land attached were developed in the Niagara Escarpment Protection Area. These unique properties hold vast appeal because of their location and the size of the plots. They wouldn’t be approved today because of the protection area, so no more of these will be made available in this area aside from the ones that already exist.
To the south of Belfountain there’s the part of the town that’s long been the farming region. Large parts of the Belfountain area are very rural, and farming still takes place here. However, farmhouses that are no longer functional as farms do come up on the market sometimes. They’re very spacious and offer a huge amount of land as you’d expect from a former farming property. These properties usually cost around $4-5 million when they have large estate properties attached to them. These are some of the most desirable and appealing properties in the whole of Belfountain. Contact us for a free home evaluation Belfountain.
Belfountain, Ontario is a small picturesque community-based in a landscape of hills and valleys, forest and wetlands, based at the Forks of the Credit River with a community hall, church, store, as well as boutique shops and cafes. Quaint is really the word to best describe Belfountain, a hamlet based in Caledon, a rural town in the Regional Municipality of Peel in the Greater Toronto Area of Ontario.
Belfountain shares a similar history to most small Ontario hamlets. It derives its name from the local post office, which opened back in 1853. The postmaster at the time was named Bush, and it was he who is credited with the name Belfountain. Bush himself is also remembered, as his surname was given to the main street running through the hamlet.
Also including a historic fountain and flower gardens, it is a perfect spot for hiking or picnics, and even fishing, as well as a host of popular events such as the annual Salamander Festival every fall. Click if you’re interested in reading our local reviews from our Belfountain Ontario Location.
Belfountain is a residential community small in size, but the houses have expansive green lawns that overlook the Credit River. A beautiful sight to behold, the houses boast Georgian, Victorian, English Cottage and Arts and Crafts influences. Home to the Belfountain Conservation Area, which is a highly popular tourist location for those who want to basque in the backdrop of the Niagara Escarpment, once belonged to Charles Mack (who’s claim to fame is as the inventor of the cushion-back rubber stamp). His goal was to develop his version of a miniature Niagara Falls and Yellowstone Cave. Mr. Mack built a suspension bridge from the dam and created a fountain topped with a bell honouring the town. The West Credit River provides ideal habitat and freshwater springs from the valley walls are picturesque sights to behold, as well as woodlands of cedar, oak, maple and birch with many types of birds.
Belfountain also hosts cultural events for the community and tourists. The Belfountain Music Festival hosts a weekend-long music festival every year during August, which has an intimate setting aiming to bring the community together, as well as highlight the local historic and landmark sites, and bring local and heritage acts to the attention of people who wouldn’t normally be exposed to ear-opening music.
The Belfountain Conservation Area offers an Art In The Park experience, which is hosted by the Credit Valley Conservation for people to paint and experience nature in an up-close and personal way.
Beautiful in many ways, there is plenty to see and do in Belfountain. Its magnificent nature trail allows people to traverse the river gorge via a suspension bridge along the sides of the Escarpment. For those looking for a nature-filled experience, you can venture to the scenic “Forks of the Credit” area, which is accessed via a hike down into the valley along the Trimble Trail.
The Salamander Festival is a unique Belfountain event co-sponsored by the Credit Valley Conservation, Belfountain Village Church, Town of Caledon and the Belfountain Public School. The festival is a fundraising event designed to drum up money to maintain the sizable Belfountain Conservation area and support other environmental projects. Attendance is free, but people are encouraged to give what they can. Usually, you have to pay to park if you want to park your car in the official conservation area.
The Belfountain Community Organization hosts Lobsterfest for people who love food. Guests can choose from two menu options: a lobster dinner or a strip loin dinner. The meal comes with a baked potato, Caesar salad, tea, coffee and a dessert. There’s also a cash bar that serves a selection of drinks with take-out available. Lobsterfest typically runs for two nights in June and is a popular fundraiser. Any money raised by the project gets reinvested into local projects in Belfountain and the areas close to the hamlet
The Mayor’s Business Breakfast held at the Royal Ambassador Event Centre is an opportunity for local business people to network with like-minded professionals. The event features an update from the mayor plus keynote speakers. Businesspeople will learn more about how to operate successfully and get tips and insights to improve their enterprises. There’s also a buffet available throughout the entire morning.
Belfountain takes the wellness of its residents seriously. Thus, the hamlet’s community organization organizes Yoga for the Whole Family in Forester’s Park. Admission is free and kids are encouraged to attend.