Georgina Real Estate

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How much does houses in Georgina, ON cost?

Homes for sale in Georgina, ON vary with prices ranging from $400,000 to $10,000,000.

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CITY GUIDE
Georgina, Ontario

Located in the southeastern portion of Ontario, Georgina covers 287.75 square kilometres along the southern shore of Lake Simcoe. Georgina is home to over 45,000 people and encompasses a number of small communities such as Balfour Beach, Franklin Beach, Mossington Park, McRae Beach, Port Bolster, Udora, Sutton, and Keswick.

Highway 48 cuts along the northeastern and central sections of Georgina and links the town to major highways nearby. The Black River flows from Lake Simcoe through the central section of Georgina and is dammed farther south.

KEY FACTS:

Georgina, Ontario

Georgina, Ontario
  • Country: Canada

  • Province: Ontario

  • Population: 45,418

  • Area: 287.75 km2

Lifestyle

Lifestyle and Culture

In the western section of the city, there are residential areas, parks, a harbour, marinas, schools, shops, service providers, restaurants, beach areas, churches, government offices, a fire station, a performing arts theatre, a post office, conservation areas, golf courses, accommodations, a museum, a skiing area, a water treatment plant, a conference centre, farms, and orchards.

Georgina’s central section is more densely populated than the other sections are and includes restaurants, shops, service providers, residential areas, beach areas, parks, a river, golf courses, schools, post offices, government offices, an arts centre, a skate park, community halls, churches, accommodations, a health centre, harbours, museums, a provincial park, a dam, and wetland areas.

Parks, residential areas, accommodations, shops, restaurants, service providers, beach areas, marinas, golf courses, schools, a paintball facility, post offices, a fire station, a conservation area, community halls, a library, a wildlife refuge, churches, and government offices can be found in the eastern section.

Lifestyle

Entertainment and Tourism

The Georgina Arts Centre & Gallery, located in Sutton, features a gallery of work by local artists, with a focus on First Nations artists. The gallery has a collection of around 530 pieces that are displayed on a rotating basis. The gallery also presents temporary exhibitions of work, as well as a variety of musical performances by local musicians and singers. Art classes at the centre are offered for all ages and skill levels and include techniques such as watercolours, acrylics, mixed media and drawing, and there are also classes for kids and about art presentation.

Sibbald Point Provincial Park, located along the shore of Lake Simcoe, features sandy beach areas, campsites, a museum, picnic areas, forested areas, trails, a boat launch, shower facilities, restroom facilities, drinking water, a general store, and picnic shelters. The park is a popular place for camping, hiking, boating, fishing, swimming, canoeing, picnicking, biking, birdwatching, wildlife viewing, participating in nature programs, ice fishing (winter), cross-country skiing (winter), and snowshoeing (winter).

Entertainment and Tourism
economy

Economic

Major industries in Georgina include tourism, retail, services, healthcare, manufacturing, construction, government, and education. The area’s largest employers include Kesmac, Buchner Manufacturing Inc., Brouwer Wood Products, J. C. Trailers, Zehrs Market, The Briars Resort, Canadian Tire Corporation, Cedarvale Lodge, and Krates Marina. Beach areas and parks attract many tourists throughout the summer months, increasing the need for accommodation, restaurants, retail, and parks employees and boosting the local economy significantly.

The Town of Georgina provides information, resources, support, and various services to business owners and investors in the Georgina area.

economy

Real Estate Market

Single-family homes in the western section tend to be large and pricey, and include a mix of older homes and newer builds. Homes near the lake normally fetch higher prices than those located farther from it do, and homes in the centre of communities here are usually more affordable. Vacant land is available in this section and can be expensive.

Single-family homes in the central section have similar price tags to those in the western section. High-priced vacant land and commercial properties can also be found here, as can reasonably priced row housing options.

In the eastern section of Georgina, single-family homes range in price from mid to high, and are often found on large, sprawling lots that offer a rural feel. There is also plenty of vacant land available here, at a variety of price points.

  • Average Home Price: $648,100
  • Average Detached Home Price: $656,200/b>
  • Average Single Family Home Price: $653,000/b>

Data source: Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (TRREB) MLS® System report for 2020/2021.

Real Estate Market
Education

Education

Georgina-area schools include W.J. Watson Public School, Deer Park Public School, Black River Public School, Saint Bernadette Catholic Elementary School, Sutton District High School, Keswick Public School, Keswick High School, Morning Glory Public School, Fairwood Public School, Georgina Access District High School, Our Lady of the Lake Catholic College School, R.L. Graham Public School, Georgina Island Public School, Jersey Public School, Lakeside Public School, Lake Simcoe Public School, and St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Elementary School.

There are no post-secondary options in the city, so residents must travel to nearby communities to access options such as CTS Canadian Career College, Georgian College, and College Boreal.

Education
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