Gorrie is a small hamlet in the Township of Howick, in the northeast corner of Bruce County. This quiet village has a population of just under 500 residents, and was first settled in 1854. Soon after in 1856, grist and flour mills were built, making this community an important fixture of Howick Township.
Gorrie real estate is very popular due to the wonderful rural community feel offered by the village. While many residents enjoy the quiet lifestyle of Gorrie and its surrounding countryside, they can also take advantage of its many amenities. Families enjoy a seasonal outdoor pool, which hosts public swims, lessons, and more. The village also has its own baseball diamond and a community hall with a library and event space available for rent.
Gorrie real estate offers a wide range of home styles and sizes for buyers looking to move to this community. The village is made up of a mix of quaint bungalows, stately historic homes, hobby farms, vacant lots and more. Many properties feature large lots and mature trees, with some homes offering beautiful views of the Maitland River and its shores. No matter your preference, our knowledgeable and friendly Gorrie real estate agents will work with you to find a home that suits both your style and your budget.
Interested in finding out more about Gorrie real estate? Contact the team at Kempston & Werth Realty Ltd. today!
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