GET TO KNOW THE COUNTIES AND COMMUNITIES WITHIN HEADWATERS COUNTRY
Headwaters Country is 2,534 sq. kilometers of pure wonder. It is where four major rivers – the Humber, Grand, Credit and Nottawasaga – begin and they flow in all four directions into the Great Lakes. Headwaters Country begins in Dufferin County and includes Shelburne, Orangeville, Mono and all the small communities, hamlets, villages and towns in between.
There is so much to see and do with so many attractions and events throughout the year. Enjoy the Dufferin County Forest and it’s 2,606 acres that are divided into 13 tracts throughout the County perfect for walking, cross country skiing or horse back riding. The Dufferin County Museum gives you an insight to how it used to be years ago and many exhibits to wonder through.
Learn more about Dufferin Country at http://www.dufferincounty.ca
Founded in 1879, Shelburne has grown dramatically over the last few years and now has a population of over 8,000 full-time residents. Known world-wide for it’s Fiddle Fest every August, Shelburne also offers shopping, nice restaurants, hiking, fishing and much more.
Learn more about Shelburne at http://www.townofshelburne.on.ca
Founded in 1863 Orangeville is now home to over 28,000 full-time residents. Famous for having the “prettiest street in Ontario” the main street Broadway has wonderful shops and fabulous restaurants. Saturday morning farmer’s market has all things fresh and local. Theatre Orangeville features amazing plays. Island Lake lets you walk, run or canoe for miles and in the winter ice fishing. https://youtu.be/zA-4rPqGClk
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- Type and style of homes.
- Age of the community.
- Local amenities such as schools, parks, community centres, etc.
- Commuting routes and access to public transit.
- Properties currently listed for sale.
- General characteristics of the area.
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