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The Town of Georgina, Ontario is an amalgamation of lakeshore communities, villages and hamlets in the south-central section of Canada’s Ontario Province. It is about 45 kilometres north of Toronto in the northernmost section of the Regional Municipality of York. Georgina real estate refers to any property in the larger communities of Keswick, Jackson’s Point and Sutton or in the smaller villages of Pefferflaw, Udora, Willow Beach and Bolster
With 52 kilometres of coastal land, Georgina is blessed with many beaches. Among the more prominent public beaches are Balfour Beach, Franklin Beach, Holmes Point, Island Grove and Port Bolster Beach.
Due to its unique location by Lake Simcoe, Georgina has a diverse selection of municipal parks. Duclos Point is an ecological preserve that is home to ospreys, Caspian terns, marsh wrens, silver maple and black ash. Sibbald Point Provincial Park offers campsites, picnic areas, hiking trails and Eildon Hall, a museum of 19th century rural life in Ontario.
Georgina is an interesting mix of the old and the new. Modern golf courses include the Briars Resort in Jackson Point and the members-only Eastbourne Golf Club in Keswick. Boaters will delight in the amenities and boat clubs of Lake Simcoe.
The town is a thriving artists’ haven with the Georgina Arts Centre and Gallery at the epicenter of cultural events. The GAC is a place to hobnob with local artists and view their works. A chamber music and poetry festival called The Blue Ridge Festival is an annual June event while the Eaglewood Folk Festival is an August event that showcases Native cultures.
The town’s public schools are administered by the York Region School Board. The public school system offers options for Catholic education as well as French immersion classes.
The housing options within Georgina is widely diverse. Lakefront properties in Willow Beach range from smaller and older cottages to luxury homes. Many homes in the settlement of Pefferlaw are century-old, but these homes are still owned by direct descendants of the original settlers. Newer subdivisions and housing options can be found in Keswick. Brenner Court in the First View Subdivision is one of these new developments.
Georgina real estate provides affordable housing to Toronto commuters. However, it is more than just a bedroom community. Georgina offers residents a beautiful natural setting, year-round recreation and a community that cares.
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