Orangeville Ontario Homes for Sale
Real Estate in Orangeville Ontario
Located 58 km northwest of Toronto, Orangeville is named for Orange Lawrence, a pioneer Miller to the area in 1863. Read on below the listings to learn more about Orangeville, its history, homes for local, schools and other information about Orangeville Ontario.
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Orangeville Ontario is home to about 30,000 residents, one of the smaller communities within the central Ontario area and Toronto Metro community but it is the seat of Dufferin County. It was first established in 1820 but it wasn't until 1908 that a public library was completed spurring more population growth and land settlement. This administrative and commercial hub of Dufferin County in the northern portion of Peel Region is home to several retail stores, big-box stores, and the Fairgrounds Shopping Centre. Most residents in Orangeville commute to different areas of the greater Toronto area for work and other industries and amenities. There are several manufacturing plants located within Orangeville and the main intersection in the heart of the town is served by the Orangeville Transit. Industries in Orangeville are served by the Orangeville Brampton Railway connecting several communities and towns throughout the greater Toronto area.
Orangeville is home to the annual Orangeville Blues and Jazz Festival held every June as well as a few parks, restaurants, markets, shopping centers, and other local events. In 2003, Orangeville's Art Walk of Tree's Culture was featured in more than 50 detailed works by local artists.
Orangeville is served by the Upper Grand District School Board, which operates most of the secular and Anglophone public schools. The Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board operates all the Catholic schools.The Conseil scolaire Viamonde operates secular francophone schools serving the area. The Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud operates catholic francophone schools serving the area. There are 11 public and separate elementary schools in Orangeville and to secondary schools within the boundaries of Orangeville including Westside secondary school and Orangeville District secondary school. Orangeville also has Humber College and Georgine college operating campuses within the Orangeville district.
Orangeville Ontario Real Estate
Because this is a smaller area, there are typically only about 20 to 40 listings for sale at any given time. Most of the properties are located along Highway 109 listing anywhere from $400,000 to $1.1 million on average. The highest-priced home is about $1.7 million with the lowest being about $369,000 for a two-bedroom condominium. There are a few condos, townhouses, and multifamily properties but the Orangeville is primarily single-detached houses. For more information on Homes for sale in Orangeville Ontario, contact our office below or browse active listings above.