Houses For Sale In Uxbridge
Named after Uxbridge, England, the township of Uxbridge lies among the northern part of Durham Region. This community was first settled by Quakers in 1806, but did not officially become a municipality until 1850, when it became part of Ontario County. In 1974, Uxbridge became part of the newly formed Regional Municipality of Durham. Today, Uxbridge continues to steadily grow in population as more and more residents move to the area.
Types of Homes for Sale in Uxbridge, Ontario
Mostly a suburban community, you will find many types of houses for sale in Uxbridge. Closer to the downtown core, you will find older detached homes and townhomes filled with traditional features. As you move further away from the historic town centre, you will find newly developed communities made up of modern homes, bungalows, condos and more. If you prefer a more rural setting, Uxbridge offers lush farmland perfect for those who are looking for a hobby farm or just some extra space. With new houses for sale in Uxbridge popping up every day, there truly is a home here for everyone!
Living in Uxbridge
Increased population in Uxbridge and its surrounding hamlets has brought about rapid development of amenities such as shopping centres, restaurants, healthcare facilities and entertainment options. At the heart of Uxbridge is its downtown area, which features unique local shops, dining options, and even a movie theatre. Other notable attractions include the York Durham Heritage Railway, the Uxbridge-Scott Museum, and the former home of Lucy Maud Montgomery in the hamlet of Leaksdale.
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