Kingsville Real Estate

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CITY GUIDE
Kingsville, Ontario

Kingsville is located on the southern tip of Ontario and is home to a population of over 21,000 people. With its southern portion situated along the shore of Lake Erie, Kingsville covers 246.83 square kilometres near the communities of Leamington, Essex, South Woodslee, and Lakeshore.

Lake St. Clair can be found north of the city, and the Canada/U.S. border can be found west of Kingsville. A number of small rivers and streams are found in and around the city, and the only major highway found nearby is Highway 3, north of Kingsville.

KEY FACTS:

Kingsville, Ontario

Kingsville, Ontario
  • Country: Canada

  • Province: Ontario

  • Population: 21,552

  • Area: 246.83 km2

Lifestyle

Lifestyle and Culture

Residential areas, churches, shops, restaurants, schools, service providers, a fire hall, an arena, accommodations, government offices, a library, an animal hospital, parks, a winery, and a community hall make up the northern section of Kingsville.

In the city’s central section, there are residential areas, shops, restaurants, service providers, parks, accommodations, churches, an art gallery, government offices, a winery, a museum, a community hall, and a police station.

Kingsville’s southern section includes residential areas, waterfront views, parks, a few restaurants, accommodations, shops, a ferry company, industrial areas, and a marina.

Lifestyle

Entertainment and Tourism

The Jack Miner Migratory Bird Sanctuary provides visitors with the opportunity to see hundreds of species of birds at various times of the year. Waterfowl, wild turkeys, peacocks, and other varieties of birds can be viewed, and some can even be fed by visitors. The sanctuary also has free tours of the grounds, a wooded area that is home to a variety of wildlife, a picnic and barbeque area, a wetland/pond area, and a museum featuring information about local history. The Kingsville Historical Park Museum houses a number of exhibits on military history as it relates to the community, with information about the Fenian Raids, the Boer War, World War 1 and 2, the Korean War, the Cold War, and recent military operations.

Lakeside Park, located on the shore of Lake Erie, features a large indoor pavilion, gazebos, flower gardens, walking paths, a playground, greenspace, and treed areas. The pavilion is often used for private events such as weddings, showers, birthday parties, and family gatherings and provides space for up to 300 people, kitchen facilities, audio and video equipment, and heating and air conditioning. The Kingsville Recreation Complex offers soccer fields, ball diamonds, a skateboard park, tennis courts, playgrounds, walking paths, picnic tables, concession areas, and an arena. A variety of programs are available at the complex, including soccer, fitness, pickleball, tennis, baseball/softball, figure skating, and ice hockey.

Entertainment and Tourism
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Economic

Kingsville’s economy is primarily agriculture-based, with farms, greenhouses, and vineyards growing produce such as peppers, cucumbers, tomatoes, flowers, potted plants, various fruits, grains, and nuts. There are also dairy, beef, pork, and fowl producers in the area. Tourism is also a large economic contributor, with people coming to the area to visit local wineries, parks, and festivals and events. Sand and gravel, as well as commercial fishing, also contribute to the local economy.

The Town of Kingsville has an economic development department that looks for strategies for boosting the local economy, as well as providing support and promotion for local businesses and investors.

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Real Estate Market

The city’s northern section includes mostly large, newer built, high-priced single-family homes on sprawling lots. Some older, more affordable single-family homes are also available in this section, as is higher-priced vacant land.

Older, low- to mid-priced single-family homes are common in the central section of the city, and many of these are situated on large lots. Vacant land in this section varies in price, depending on size and location.

A mix of newer and older single-family homes is available in the southern section of Kingsville, and these come at a variety of price points. The city’s most expensive luxury homes can also be found here. Condo options are available in this section, and tend to be in newer buildings, and vacant land is also an option here.

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Education

Education

Kingsville Public School, Kingsville District High School, Jack Miner Public School, St. John de Brebeuf Catholic School, and Montessori Sunshine School are the options available to residents in the city. In nearby communities, other options include Ruthven Public School, Queen Elizabeth Public School, and South Shore Christian School.

Residents must travel to other nearby communities to access post-secondary options such as Frontier College, St. Clair College, College Boreal, Windsor Career College, Canterbury College, and the University of Windsor.

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