52 ROSE Street Orangeville
15 BEECHNUT Street Mono
321 PERRY Road Orangeville
As real estate agents who specialize in Orangeville, let us be your guides to what Orangeville Ontario has to offer as a neighbourhood to finding homes for sale in the area.
Do you work in the GTA but don't want to live there? Then consider a move to Orangeville Ontario. Located in Dufferin County, the northern portion of Peel Region, Orangeville is less than an hour to commute to Toronto. A growing community, Orangeville has kept its small-town flavour while offering the types of amenities typically found only in larger cities.
Offering a variety of events such as the annual Orangeville Blues and Jazz Festival in June, music in the park and a vibrant theatre and arts community. If you see a Scottish Highlander on the side of the road, you have just discovered the Art Walk of Tree Sculptures, which has given many dying trees new life as distinctive chainsaw art. And enjoy something a little different with live dinner theatre aboard the Credit Valley Explorer as the train as travels 74 km along the edge of the Niagara Escarpment.
Orangeville Ontario offers fun for the entire family with numerous parks, a splashpad, a skateboard park, two recreation centres with pools and a large network of trails for biking and hiking. Enjoy fishing, canoeing and swimming in the summer at the nearby Island Lake Conservation Area or visit one of the twenty golf courses within a 30-minute drive from town. Winter sports enthusiasts can enjoy cross-country or downhill skiing and snowmobiling throughout the region.
There are a number of public and separate elementary schools in the town, as well as two public secondary schools. A separate secondary school is located 20 minutes away in Caledon East. Private schools for alternative education and a French school for bilingual students are also available. An original Carnegie public library built in 1907 is still in operation with another branch located in the Alder Street Recreation Centre and the town has a full service acute care hospital offering 24/7 emergency care.
With its mix of clothing shops, specialty gift stores, antiques and professional service businesses, downtown Orangeville has something for everyone. There is also a growing commercial district with well-known franchises, grocery stores and a multi-screen movie theatre. The town has its own public transit system and there is commuter GO Transit bus service to Brampton, making it perfect for anyone trying to cut down on driving.
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