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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
Sold in a minute, love these guys!
’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 Mulmur’’
‘’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 Mulmur real estate agent, thanks Jennifer!’’
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Mulmur Township is a hidden gem in Dufferin County’s north-east corner. It dominates the famous UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve Niagara Escarpment. The fertile land provides plenty of farming opportunities and the steep escarpment slopes offer unparalleled views in the county. Home to 3,478 (2016), the picturesque town of Mulmur has plenty to offer for those that are looking for real estate. The Township of Mulmur was united under one municipal council with the Township of Mono in 1850, but this union was soon abolished and the Township of Mulmur was established in 1851 as a separate township. A number of villages and hamlets form the municipality, including Honeywood, Mansfield, Rosemont (partially), Terra Nova, Violet Hill (partially), and Stanton.
Fertile fields above the escarpment provide an ideal place for a variety of crops, including vast quantities of potato to be harvested. The escarpment itself is made up of steep hills and valleys of rivers surrounded by broad forests. Mulmur descends below it through gently rolling farmlands and rural regions. Over the years, Mulmur Township has changed significantly and while it still covers some conventional family farming, it has become a desired area for country getaways on weekends as well as home to many busy commuters.So, if you’re looking for real estate in Mulmur, whether that be for relocation or business purposes, let’s look at what the picturesque town can offer for you.
Whether you’re looking for property or land in Mulmur, you’re guaranteed to find something that will suit you. With prices that range upward of $97,000, you can easily find property or land to suit your needs. There’s loads to do in Mulmur, and Mulmur offers a wide range of outdoor recreation for tourists and locals throughout the year, including cross-country and downhill skiing, horseback riding, fishing, hiking, biking, snowmobiling and of course, farming experiences, due to the varied landscape. Mulmur offers a perfect combination of quiet rural life while still being close enough to Toronto to enable them to enjoy all the fine dining, entertainment and shopping that people expect from modern life, from young professionals looking for a piece of country life to families trying to find the perfect place to raise their kids. Of course, that is not to say that in order to find the type of entertainment that big city living offers, a person must go very far. With neighbourhoods such as Shelburne and Orangeville so close, with the convenience of amenities, living in Mulmur has the pleasures of rural living. In fact, many individuals find it difficult to believe that the type of rolling hills, rich farmlands, and lush wetlands that invite visitors to explore and experience first-hand is just an hour northwest of Toronto. Contact us for a free home evaluation Mulmur.
Mulmur Ontario: Considered a hidden gem in the north-east corner of Dufferin County, Mulmur is near to the famous Niagara Escarpment, which is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve and is a place rife for agriculture and the steep slopes of the escarpment provide sights of beautiful vistas. It is adjacent to Clearview to its north, Melancthon to its west, Adjala-Tosorontio to the west, Amaranth to the south-west, and Mono to the south.
While the town opened in 1822, its origins are unknown. The origin of the name has been, however, it may be a derivation of an Indian word or name. According to historian Jesse E. Middleton in the book “The Province of Ontario: a History: 1615-1927,” the first land-patents were granted to Allan Robinet in June 1823, but the settlement was not officially complete until after the Confederation (1 July 1867). Initially settled by European settlers, such as the Irish, the English, and Scottish in the 1830s, the town was incorporated on January 1, 1851, and more settlers arrived after 1867. The town gained more custom from there, with public services such as taverns starting up, with the first license granted for a tavern in Mulmur in 1856. There are a number of original settlements like Mulmur Corners, Rosemont and Stanton, and the township of Mulmur has a number of villages and hamlets, including Black Bank, Earnscliffe, Happy Valley, Honeywood, Kilgorie, Mansfield, Perm, Ponton Mills, Randwick, Rookery Creek, Ruskview, Slabtown, Stanton, Terra Nova, Whitfield, and Hipson’s Corners.
In 2001, Mulmur celebrated its 150th birthday and while the town has changed considerably over the years, it still encompasses traditional agricultural family farms, but has now become a choice weekend country retreat for families and couples alike.
Mulmur’s community spirit is a place dedicated to preserving its unique rural character and focuses on protecting the environment, and with locations such as the Mansfield Ball Park encourages baseball games, picnics, and family activities. The North Dufferin Community Centre also provides community activities such as hockey, and annual events. As an amazing piece of history to Mulmur’s name, legendary outlaw Jesse James buried $4 million worth of his gold in the hills of Mulmur! The story goes that Jesse James stayed with this relative’s family on the 10th Sideroad in Mulmur in 1870. Nearby was a brick farmhouse with a small blacksmith’s shop, and the gold is was supposedly buried behind the blacksmith’s shop.
Do you like the idea of tucking into a mountain of pancakes, covered in delicious maple syrup? If so, you’ll want to check out Mulmur Maple Madness. This community event (usually held in the spring) takes place at breakfast time and gives you the best start possible to your day. The event prides itself on serving pancakes and sausages, all drenched in maple syrup. Once you finish munching, you’re free to check out the Sugar Shack and Sugar Bush where you can buy genuine bottles of maple syrup. The Mulmur Community Events Committee organizes the event and bills it as a chance to sample some “liquid gold” – referring, of course, to maple syrup. The Dog Jog is a fundraiser event organized by Whitfield Church on Centre Road at the corner of County Road 17 and Centre Line. Walkers and their pups assemble at the beginning of fall late for a picturesque walk down Centre road in the late morning. The purpose of the event is to raise money and support the Ontario Veterinary College Pet Trust, an organization committed to helping dogs live happier, longer and healthier lives. At the end of the walk, the organizers provide water and treats for your furry friend, helping them to reenergize. Those attending the event must ensure that their dogs are on non-retractable leashes. This prevents dogs from straying into the road.
Mulmur Day is a celebration of life in Mulmur, organized and hosted by the Mulmur Community Events Committee. The day usually occurs at the start of summer, with activities kicking off in the late afternoon. The event offers plenty of activities for adults and children alike. For the young ones, there are games and activities to keep them entertained for hours. And for adults, there is a beer tent and pig roast. Later in the evening, the entertainment goes up a notch. Event organizers often arrange for local musicians to play live to rock the night away. Attendees are free to dance along and boogie-on-down until the early hours of the morning. Admission is free. Click if you’re interested in reading our local reviews from our Mulmur Ontario Location. Christmas Mass at the Holy Martyrs of Japan Church is a chance to get into the holiday spirit and take part in a religious ceremony. If you plan on attending, you will need to bring a digital or paper copy of your ticket for the event. Ushers will then take you to your seating. Social distancing precautions may be in place, depending on the current disease situation. Families of the same household must sit together.