Lakeshore Real Estate

Prices from $274,900 CAD to $1,999,999 CAD Listings last updated 09/24/2018

Houses for Sale in Lakeshore

1 - 20 of 147 Results

Real estate roundup: Lakeshore, Lakeshore, ON housing market overview

Point2 Homes gives you far more than a simple list of houses for sale. Get instant access to a lot of relevant information about Lakeshore, Lakeshore, ON real estate, including property descriptions, virtual tours, maps and photos. The search results pages also have a wealth of information on Lakeshore, Lakeshore, ON, if you scroll all the way down.

There are 147 houses for sale in Lakeshore, Lakeshore, ON.

Searching homes for sale in Lakeshore, Lakeshore, ON has never been more convenient. With Point2 Homes, you can easily browse through Lakeshore, Lakeshore, ON single family homes for sale, townhomes, condos and commercial properties, and quickly get a general perspective of the real estate prices. Also, you’ll never miss a bargain if you filter listings based on house price drops in the past six months.

Tools you can count on

Use the map view to find Lakeshore, Lakeshore, ON homes and apartments for sale, based on amenities or city features that you may want close by. You can close in on a specific neighbourhood or area by simply drawing around them with the polygon or radius tools. Stay informed about the latest entries on the real estate market by saving your searches. This way, you get new listings in your inbox, daily or every week, based on your preferences. If you’d like to get in touch with a professional, agents are displayed next to their listings, and they’re easy to contact through the online forms. If you want more options, you can click the Tools tab and Find an Agent, and you’ll get a list of helpful and knowledgeable real estate agents in Lakeshore, Lakeshore, ON. Visit the Point2 Homes blog and you can find up to date expert advice on many markets throughout Canada, regular market reports, neighbourhood scoops in cities throughout the provinces, real estate deals and useful recommendations.

Lakeshore, Southwest Ontario – Small-Town Living in Southwestern Ontario

Lakeshore is made up of a number of small communities, including Stoney Point, Belle River, Pike Creek, Comber, St. Joachim, Puce, North and South Woodslee, and Lighthouse Cover, to name a few. Most of the neighbourhood’s amenities are found in the larger communities in Lakeshore, including restaurants, retail stores, schools, and recreation facilities. The northern section of the neighbourhood tends to be more populated, while the southern section is mostly farmland.

Lakeshore is located on the southwestern tip of Ontario and extends from Manning Road in the west to Wheatley Road in the east, and from Lake St. Clair in the north to Highway 8 in the south. Lakeshore’s various communities have a small-town feel, with somewhat limited amenities and close-knit neighbourly relationships. Residents who do not have their own vehicle might find it difficult to get around, particularly in the winter months, as public transit is not an option here.


Lakeshore, Southwest Ontario

Lakeshore, Southwest Ontario

Entertainment, Restaurants, Cafes

Residents of Lakeshore have plenty of options when it comes to golfing in the area. Rochester Place Golf Club in the northeastern corner of the neighbourhood has a 9-hole course, a pro shop, golf lessons, tournaments, leagues, a resort area, and an onsite restaurant. Tilbury Golf Club, in the eastern section of Lakeshore, has an 18-hole course, a pro shop, tournaments, special events, and an onsite restaurant. For an indoor golf experience, residents can head to On the Green Indoor Golf in the northwestern corner of the neighbourhood. The facility offers a golf simulator, simulator booths, two meeting rooms, and a lounge with HD TV screens, a fireplace, a golf library, and a sports bar. Movie lovers have two theatres to choose from in Lakeshore. Imagine Cinemas Lakeshore in the northwestern corner of the neighbourhood screens a variety of blockbuster movies throughout the week in a theatre that has regular screens, 3D screens, luxury recliner seats, and concession services. For something a little different, The Boonies Drive-In Theatre in the northeastern section of Lakeshore offers an old-fashioned drive-in movie theatre experience with high-quality picture and sound, and concession services.

Restaurant options can be found throughout the neighbourhood, although most are located in the northern section. The Sandbar Waterfront Grill in Belle River is located along the Puce River, which provides beautiful views. The menu features plenty of comfort food options such as seafood, steak, ribs, and pasta, all served in the restaurant’s traditional, comfortable venue. Little Sweets Café and Bakery in Belle River is a family-owned restaurant and bakery offering a variety of homemade baked goods and diner classics such as soups, sandwiches, breakfast specials, burgers, and fries. The simple, homey décor makes it a great place to spend time with family over a meal. St. Joachim Diner in St. Joachim specializes in country-style fare like hearty breakfast plates, perogies, traditional chicken dinners, mac & cheese, cabbage rolls, and meatloaf. The cozy, friendly atmosphere makes it a favourite among residents.

Entertainment and Tourism

Real Estate

Single-family detached homes make up the majority of housing options in Lakeshore, with some other dwelling types also available. The average price for single-detached homes in the area is $444,900, which is lower than the average price for single-detached homes in Ontario overall ($518,000). The population of Lakeshore is 36,611, and this has increased slightly over the past 15 years. Families make up 47% of the population here, 36% are couples, and 17% are single. The average annual income is $95,625, which is higher than the average annual income in the province as a whole, and 48% of residents are university or college educated.


Pollution / Noise

Air quality in Lakeshore can sometimes be affected by local traffic and industry, as well as air pollution from the major U.S. city of Detroit, which is located west of the town. Areas near highways can experience noise issues.

Crime Rate

Lakeshore is considered to be a safe neighbourhood with a low crime rate. Crime in the area tends to be non-violent in nature (theft, break and enter, motor vehicle theft, mischief).



Schools in the neighbourhood include Lakeshore Discovery Public School, St. Anne Catholic High School, The Children’s House Montessori, St. John the Baptist Catholic School, Belle River District High School, and St. William Catholic Elementary School. Other schooling options can be found just outside the neighbourhood and include Holy Name Elementary School, Essex District High School, Centennial Central Public School, and D. M. Eagle Public School.

There are no post-secondary options in the neighbourhood, so residents must travel to nearby Windsor to access options like triOS College, St. Clair College, Windsor Career College, and the University of Windsor.

Public Transportation

Lakeshore currently does not have a public transportation system, although the local government is looking into the possibility of creating a system that would connect to the nearby Tecumseh transit system. Those who do not own their own vehicle can choose to walk, cycle, or use a taxi to get around town.


Family Life

Each of the smaller communities in Lakeshore has at least one or two park spaces. Leffler Park in the northwestern section features a playground, outdoor tennis courts, a gazebo, walking paths, a soccer field, benches, greenspace, and treed areas. Optimist Park in Belle River offers walking paths, playgrounds, a skate park, a dog park, ball diamonds with spectator seating, greenspace, benches, and treed areas. Maidstone Park, also in Belle River, has ball diamonds with spectator seating, walking paths, a playground, a sheltered seating area, and greenspace. Lighthouse Cove Lions Community Park in Tilbury offers a playground, a small walking path, a sheltered picnic area, greenspace, treed areas, and a tennis court.

The Atlas Tube Centre in Maidstone is a multi-use recreation facility featuring three ice rinks, a gymnasium, an aquatic complex (with a pool, a lazy river, and a therapeutic pool), meeting rooms, boardrooms, a dance studio, an indoor track, and a lobby area. Outside, there is a walking trail, a splash pad, soccer fields, and multi-use sports fields. Activities at the centre include swimming, hockey, ice skating, pickleball, shuffleboard, badminton, soccer, yoga, gymnastics, dance, art, writing, basketball, volleyball, karate, and fitness. Other community centres in the area offer similar recreational opportunities. Community programs are also offered at the Lakeshore Branch (Belle River) and the Comber Branch (Comber) of the Essex County Library.