South Windsor Real Estate Properties

South Windsor is renowned for its peaceful, suburban charm and is considered one of Windsor, Ontario’s most sought-after residential areas. With its well-maintained homes, sprawling parks, and excellent public and private schools, South Windsor offers a high quality of life for its residents. The neighbourhood is characterized by its quiet streets, ample green spaces, and a strong sense of community, making it an ideal place for families and individuals seeking a serene living environment. South Windsor also boasts a variety of shopping centers, restaurants, and recreational facilities, providing convenience and leisure opportunities right at the doorstep. Its proximity to major highways and the Ambassador Bridge to the USA further enhances its appeal, offering easy access for commuters and travelers. Reflecting a perfect blend of convenience, community, and tranquility, South Windsor stands as a jewel in the city, embodying the essence of suburban living at its best.

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Windsor, ON Real Estate

Windsor’s flourishing economy has led to a boom in real estate in the area. As the city continues to expand, more homes are being built in the suburbs and expanding out to smaller towns such as Tecumseh.

Most Windsor homes for sale are single-family detached homes, although you can also find a number of condos and townhomes for sale as well. There is a good mix of older homes and newer constructions in both the city and surrounding towns.

Single-family homes in the Windsor area range from ranch-style houses to two-storey homes with multiple bedrooms. Many detached homes feature driveways, garages, and lawns. Large living spaces are common, as are laundry rooms, decks, and basements.

Many older homes on the Windsor real estate market have been remodeled, so you may find that they have updated kitchens, open-plan living areas, and contemporary bathrooms. Some homes have added features like heated swimming pools and gas fireplaces.

Condos and townhomes are more common in downtown Windsor than in the surrounding areas. They can be quite spacious and sport modern features like quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, and custom cabinets.

About Windsor

Both Windsor have long histories that date back prior to the Europeans arriving in North America. This area was originally inhabited by First Nations groups including the Iroquois, Huron, Potawatomi, and Odawa. The French settled here in the late 18th century, followed by the English.

Both Windsor offer easy access to Detroit either via the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel or the Ambassador Bridge, which is the busiest commercial crossing on the US-Canadian border. London, Ontario is a two-hour drive from Windsor, and Toronto is about a four-hour drive.

Activities & Amenities in Windsor

Although Windsor is a large metropolitan city, it still has plenty of green spaces. In fact, there are over 180 parks in the city. Many homes for sale in Windsor sit on tree-lined streets and are within close proximity to hiking trails or bicycle paths.

During the summer months, residents can visit Sandpoint Beach to do some windsurfing or cycle along the Windsor Loop network of trails. Get onto the Chrysler Canada Greenway to explore over 42 kilometres of nature that was once a railroad corridor.

During the winter, you can go hiking or snowshoeing in the Ojibway Prairie Complex. The complex features a number of different parks and nature reserves where you can see native wildlife like deer, grey fox, and woodpeckers in their natural habitat.

For arts and culture, visit the Art Gallery of Windsor to see their huge collection of Canadian paintings, sculptures, and installations. The Windsor Sculpture Park is an open-air art gallery showcasing over 35 contemporary sculptures along the riverfront.

Windsor also hosts a number of fun festivals throughout the year. The biggest is the Windsor-Detroit International Freedom Festival, which takes place between Canada Day and the Fourth of July and features massive fireworks displays.