The municipality of Huron East is a recent amalgamation of several townships in the area, including Grey, McKillop and Tuckersmith. By taking the best parts of all three townships, Huron East has become a fantastic place to settle down and call home. Some of these former townships have long and exciting histories; the community of Brussels was founded in 1855 under the original name of Ainlayville. The community of Seaforth was also created in 1855, in anticipation of the construction of a new railroad. Regardless of the village you choose, you’ll be impressed by the municipality’s rich history.
Depending on where you choose to settle in Huron East, you will have a great variety of amenities just outside your doorstep. With three recreation centres, a performing arts theatre, 16 churches, and much more, there are many exciting things to do for young families. Huron East is also just a short commute from the cities of Kitchener, Waterloo and Guelph. So whether you’d like a quiet afternoon at home or a shopping trip in the city, your Huron East home offers you the best of both worlds.
Regardless of the style or size of house you’re looking for, Huron East real estate has a property for you. We find that many Kitchener, Waterloo and Guelph employees turn to Huron East real estate for a more quant lifestyle. There is a great selection of historic century homes, brand new subdivisions, and everything in-between. If you want to own a piece of local history, or want a large home outside the city centre, we can find the property for you!
Interested in finding out more about Huron East Real Estate for sale? Get in touch with the team at Kempston & Werth Realty Ltd.!
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