Wilfred McIntee Real Estate in Durham
Wilfred McIntee Real Estate Brokerage

105 Garafraxa Street North
Durham ON N0G 1R0

Office: 519 369-2128
Fax: 519 369-2274

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  • Durham Listing for Sale - 582 CEDAR CRESCENT

    $429,000.00
    582 CEDAR CRESCENT West Grey

  • Durham Listing for Sale - 274 SOUTH STREET W

    $359,900.00
    274 SOUTH STREET W Durham

  • Durham Listing for Sale - 265 ELIZABETH STREET W

    $329,000.00
    265 ELIZABETH STREET W Durham

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  • Durham Ontario Real Estate

Durham Real Estate and Homes for Sale

As a real estate agent who specializes in Durham, let me be your guide to what Durham Ontario has to offer as a neighbourhood to finding homes for sale in the area.

Originally founded in the 1840’s by a Scottish traveler, the town of Durham was settled along the Saugeen River and is a municipality of West Grey in southwest Ontario. The town is located 18 kilometres (11 miles) east of Hanover, 89 kilometres (55 miles) north of Guelph, and 44 kilometres (27 miles) to the south of Owen Sound. With a population of around 2,500 residents, the town of Durham is a pleasant alternative to the big cities that are located nearby in Grey County.

Durham is recognized as one of Canada’s first self-sustaining towns and is surrounded by a number of smaller, rural communities including Aberdeen, Allan Park, Dornoch, Holstein, Priceville, and Varney. Surprisingly, for its size, the town has a well-established business district that has weathered the ups and downs of the economy. It features a wide range of services and stores that includes a number of popular franchises, a variety of restaurants offering different cuisines, and several specialty retail shops.

With sports being so popular with local residents and the surrounding communities, Durham has a sizeable arena that seats approximately 3,000 hockey and ice skating fans, but baseball and soccer are also very popular. There is a 29-bed hospital that provides 24-hour emergency access, a public library, and two (1 public, 1 separate) elementary schools. You will find secondary schools in nearby Flesherton and Hanover. However, Durham’s charm is primarily attributed to its historic homes, natural beauty, and tree-lined streets.

Artists, craftsmen, and writers call the town home thanks to its thriving art community and its many art festivals. Additionally, the Durham Conservation area attracts many outdoor enthusiasts because it is an ideal spot for camping, canoeing, fishing, hiking trails, kayaking, and picnicking. Needless to say, the combination of Durham’s features and the town’s proximity to larger cities provides the homeowner with that “best of both worlds” lifestyle they have been searching for.

Find homes for sale in Durham or sell your Durham property!

Helping you buy and sell real estate is what I specialize in. Now that you know more about this neighbourhood, the only question that remains – can I help you buy or can I help you sell?

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