Welcome home to Georgina, a gorgeous small town with big-city credibility. Tucked just north of Toronto, the township of Georgina gives you the laidback lifestyle you crave while putting you in close proximity to outdoor recreation, rich history, local restaurants, and all the delights of Toronto.
Here you’ll find a number of neighbourhoods to call home, from Keswick along the shores of Cooks Bay to Pefferlaw along the river bearing its name. Located along the south shore of Lake Simcoe, Georgina offers a great place to live for families, professionals, and retirees. Far from the hustle and bustle of the city, residents enjoy life at a slower pace.
The Town of Georgina affords year-round entertainment, including its designation of the Ice Fishing Capital of Canada. Its location along the lake, coupled with beautiful beaches and local businesses, makes Georgina a great place to play for travellers. Enjoy an abundance of parks, wildlife areas, forests, and other hot spots to sate your taste for adventure. De la Salle Beach is a local treasure, offering a long stretch of sand for playing, walking, and exploring. It’s also shallow enough for swimming, perfect for families with kids. Holmes Point Beach and Sibbald Point also make great places for beach adventures with plenty of sandbars.
Georgina’s rich history in farming and commerce gives residents plenty of opportunities to learn and explore. A number of museums showcase the fabric of the town’s history, including the Georgina Military Museum and the Georgina Pioneer Village and Archives. Events are sprinkled throughout the town and surrounding neighbourhoods all year long, using places like the Stephen Leacock Theatre and local parks and schools as venues.
We invite you to explore the many small communities within Georgina and find the perfect place to call home. Contact one of our Realtors to schedule a consultation!
The Steven Sarasin Team
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