Thorold Real Estate

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CITY GUIDE
THOROLD, ONTARIO

Thorold, Ontario has a population of over 17,000 people and is located on the Niagara Escarpment.

The city covers 83 square kilometers and is set between the larger cities of St. Catharines and Niagara Falls.

The Welland Canal passes through the city and is a link between Lake Ontario and Lake Erie.

The city was not incorporated until 1975, but was considered a village, and later a town, before being incorporated.

There are a number of private employers in construction, utilities, and the pulp and paper industry. Emerging industries in the area include health and wellness, and green technology. The city is also home to the Niagara Region’s headquarters.

Thorold has an abundance of historical tales to tell. There are a number of heritage sites, including Decew House, which was where the British had their headquarters in the area during the War of 1812. Other notable historic buildings include The Old Fire Hall (which once housed the city’s police station), St. Johns School House (the first free school in Upper Canada), and Welland Mills (which once contained the largest watermill in Canada).

KEY FACTS:

Thorold, Ontario

Thorold, Ontario
  • Country: Canada

  • Province: Ontario

  • Population: 17,931

  • Area:

    Land: 83.00 km2

economic

Economic

Thorold’s key industries include construction, retail, professional and technical services, real estate, and food services.
There are a number of private employers in construction, utilities, and the pulp and paper industry. Emerging industries in the area include health and wellness, and green technology. The city is also home to the Niagara Region’s headquarters.
Thorold has an economic development department that aims to promote, support, and grow local businesses and the economy. The department offers a data centre to existing and potential businesses and industries.

economic

Entertainment and Tourism

Thorold has an abundance of historical tales to tell. There are a number of heritage sites, including Decew House, which was where the British had their headquarters in the area during the War of 1812. Other notable historic buildings include The Old Fire Hall (which once housed the city’s police station), St. Johns School House (the first free school in Upper Canada), and Welland Mills (which once contained the largest watermill in Canada).
There are many parks in and around Thorold. Mel Swart Conservation Park is located on Lake Gibson and provides a waterfront trail, a boardwalk suspended over part of the lake, and picnic areas. Short Hills Provincial Park, located near the city, is a natural environment park with hiking, skiing, and biking trails, as well as a variety of flora and fauna. Smaller parks in the city offer many recreation options, such as baseball, soccer, splash pads, and playground equipment.

Entertainment and Tourism
Neighbourhoods

Main Sections of the City

The main sections of the city are the North, the central area and the South.

North

The north section of Thorold is predominantly residential, with a few businesses on the outskirts of the area. There are a number of parks in the neighbourhood, as well as some smaller bodies of water. The northernmost point borders the area of Merritton in St. Catharines.

Neighbourhoods

Center

The city’s centre section also has many parks, as well as the more commercial area of the city’s downtown, which includes many dining and retail options. This section is bordered by the canal, and the large Lakeview Cemetery is located on the eastern side of the canal, accessible by crossing the canal via Highway 58 (which turns into Thorold Stone Road).

South

The south section is bordered by Gibson Lake and has many parks and waterfront areas. There are a few businesses in this section, but for the most part it is a residential area. This part of the city is very close to Brock University in St. Catharines.

Real Estate Market

In the north section of the city, there are mostly single-family homes. Many are quite large and the prices reflect their size and location. Most have at least a single garage and are on larger lots. There is also vacant land available in this area.
Properties in the centre section of the city are predominantly single-family homes, many of which are priced similarly to homes in the north section of the city. Smaller homes are more affordable, but are often on smaller lots. There are some commercial buildings available in this area, particularly closer to the city centre.
There is a mix of newer and older homes in the city’s south section. The newer homes are quite large and command a higher price tag, while the older homes tend to be more affordable and offer slightly larger lots. Most properties provide at least a single garage. There is also vacant land available in this area.

  • Average Home Price: $370,291
Home Style Median Price
Home $289,900
Apartment $262,900

The table above is based on data from the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) National MLS® Report for April 2016 (the latest information available). Median prices are based on data from www.canadianrealestatemagazine.ca.

Education

Education

There are four public schools (K-8) in Thorold that operate within the District School Board of Niagara. There is one public high school in the city. There are also a number of private schools in the area, including Catholic and Montessori schools.
Post-secondary education options can be found in nearby St. Catharines (about 15 minutes from Thorold). Brock University offers courses in fields such as education, health sciences, and mathematics. Trillium College has a campus in St. Catharines and provides programs in massage therapy, accounting, and business management, among others. Niagara College also has a campus in St. Catharines and students can choose from courses in fields like media, technology, nursing, and justice.

Education