The town of Meaford is located directly on Nottawasaga Bay. First known for its productive apple orchards, this area offers a small-town lifestyle with friendly neighbours. The municipality of Meaford includes the communities of Annan, Balaclava, Bognor, Centreville, Leith, and Woodford. With hot summers and warm autumn temperatures, this area originally attracted people from the city who wanted to buy weekend homes which fostered a tourism and cottage-building industry.
Meaford has a community spirit that supports a thriving cultural experience and a vigorous business community. In the village, a collection of unique shops and services have encircled the harbour area that is the centre of attention. There are boutiques and eateries plus a 330-seat theatre for the many concerts and music events throughout the year. Just beyond the village, acres of rolling counryside and winding roads bring visitors to secluded beaches and unspoiled natural areas. In summer months, the local waterfront campground attracts people from all over Ontario to play in the surf of Lake Huron.
Meaford real estate
Meaford has been the focus for new development for several years due to the dispersion of Boomers and Gen-Xers from the city to more affordable areas. The local attraction, Blue Mountains Resort & Village, has an influx of winter sports enthusiasts who visit regularly and become familiar with the area, leading to seasonal property purchases. With lower property prices compared to Collingwood, Meaford offers a compelling alternative. Investors know this is a community that is being regentrified and that property values will continue to grow. The town has initiatives in place to support home sales like the Grey Counry down payment assistance program, and it provides healthy incentives to commercial property owners to keep heritage buildings in good repair and the storefronts rented year round.
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