Niagara-on-the-Lake is a unique place to call home

It seems everyone knows “of” Niagara-on-the-Lake and most have either visited here or know someone that has visited here. While millions of people visit the area every year, for those of us that live here, it is just home!  For us, strolling through the historic streets, golfing along the waterfront on Lake Ontario, biking up the Niagara Parkway or sipping a glass of pinot noir in a local vineyard is just part of everyday life.

Luxurious small-town living

An historic town with the charm of “small town living” you’ve been seeking. Running into neighbours at the local grocery store, library or post office. Meeting up with friends and neighbours for an impromptu “catch-up” after a tennis game or book club. A place where you can easily become part of the community. You can be as “active” and involved in the local community as you want, or chose to cocoon into a quieter and slower pace.

Culture and natural beauty

With a population of just under 14,000, we are situated in four distinct communities, joined together by renowned wine and tender fruit farmland. Layer on world-class theatre, music and artistic venues, renowned culinary experiences, wineries and picturesque farmland, a unique micro-climate, seemingly an unending list of sporting activities on your doorstep, historically significant sites being preserved for generations to come, and the majestic Niagara River meeting Lake Ontario; you quickly know why living in Niagara-on-the-Lake is so special.

OLD TOWN

OLD TOWN

The best known of our four villages, the Old Town is located at the mouth of the Niagara River as it flows into Lake Ontario.   This historic village offers spectacular vistas of water, vineyards and historic streetscapes filled with cultural activities,  four season recreational activities, numerous five star hotels and fine dining options.  To people that live here, we like to just call it home!

QUEENSTON

QUEENSTON

Located along the Niagara River at the base of the Escarpment and in the shadow of the historic Brock monument.  This quaint village is home to the Laura Secord Museum and is steeped in historic, geographic, and architectural gems. Continued local focus to limit residential development has meant that the same quaint charms from yesteryear are still enjoyed by its residents today.

ST. DAVID'S

ST. DAVID'S

Once the hub of the tender fruit processing activity,  today it offers a quiet village setting with a mixture of historic and “new build” home options with convenient access to the QEW and 405.   The main village sits at the foot of the famed Niagara Escarpment, on the St. David’s Bench.  Newer residential developments include Apricot Glen, Cannery Park and the Vintages at Four Mile Creek.

VIRGIL

VIRGIL

Originally developed as the crossroads and service centre for the surrounding rural and agricultural areas of the Town. Now it is home for municipal administration, primary schools,  financial institutions as well as other retail and service businesses.  Bike and walking paths connect with the Old Town,  making it a growing destination for newer residential developments.

OLD TOWN

OLD TOWN

The best known of our four villages, the Old Town is located at the mouth of the Niagara River as it flows into Lake Ontario.   This historic village offers spectacular vistas of water, vineyards and historic streetscapes filled with cultural activities,  four season recreational activities, numerous five star hotels and fine dining options.  To people that live here, we like to just call it home!

QUEENSTON

QUEENSTON

Located along the Niagara River at the base of the Escarpment and in the shadow of the historic Brock monument.  This quaint village is home to the Laura Secord Museum and is steeped in historic, geographic, and architectural gems. Continued local focus to limit residential development has meant that the same the quaint charms from yesteryear are still enjoyed by it’s residents today.

ST. DAVID'S

ST. DAVID'S

Once the hub of the tender fruit processing activity,  today it offers a quiet village setting with a mixture of historic and “new build” home options with convenient access to the QEW and 405.   The main village sits at the foot of the famed Niagara Escarpment, on the St. David’s Bench.  Newer residential developments include Apricot Glen, Cannery Park and the Vintages at Four Mile Creek.

VIRGIL

VIRGIL

Originally developed as the crossroads and service centre for the surrounding rural and agricultural areas of the Town. Now it is home for municipal administration, primary schools,  financial institutions as well as other retail and service businesses.  Bike and walking paths connect with the Old Town,  making it a growing destination for newer residential developments.

Discover the regions

Niagara-on-the-Lake has been voted one of the best places to vacation, to live, to retire, time and time again and everything about our community says this is a trend that will continue. Whether you are looking to relocate or to set down roots with a “second home”, having a local realtor makes a difference.

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