If you’re thinking of buying a house, a chalet, a bungalow or a condo in Meaford, Ontario, this is a place that’s steeped in both natural beauty and history. With its double small-craft harbour, Meaford is a recreational boater’s paradise and a top fishing destination.

With its superbly preserved rows of Victorian brick buildings, the downtown area is home to a variety of restaurants, shops and services, as well as the majestic Meaford Hall, which is one of a few of Ontario’s early 20th Century opera houses still in operation. Throughout the year, the hall hosts first-class entertainment and fine art exhibitions.

The town of Meaford is affectionately called ‘the other big apple’ by locals in reference to the giant apple-shaped tourist information centre.

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If you drive on Highway 26 during spring, you’ll see row upon row of apple blossoms on either side.

If you like outdoor recreation, then buying a house in Meaford is definitely a good move! The Georgian Trail and the Trout Hollow Trail along the Bighead River banks serve as access points for people of all abilities to enjoy the outdoors. Then there’s the famous Bruce Trail, which offers snowshoers and hikers a great way of experiencing the awesome Niagara Escarpment all year round.

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We’ve been helping people buy and sell real estate in the Georgian Triangle for many years. If you’d like to know more about buying a house in Meaford, please feel free to get in touch with us any time.

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