Founded in 1823, Georgetown has been a vibrant centre for almost two centuries since settled by George Kennedy. Ideally located on the Credit River, mills and foundries sparked great growth and innovation and gave rise to other communities including Glen Williams, Norval, Stewarttown, Hornby & Ballinafad.
While Georgetown has changed over the years it remains an ideal community for families and business. Close to highways, commuter lines, nature trails and with proximity to Mississauga and Brampton, Georgetown offer great variety and healthy living alternatives to busier city environments.
Downtown Georgetown and the Park Area have renewed popularity thanks to many new stores, restaurants, cafes and the new Halton Public Library. Homes on Park St., Edith St., Charles St., Mill St., Church St., and Market St. are attracting those interested in the convenience of being close to parks (Georgetown Fairgrounds) and shopping and are being renovated and updated with new charm.
Visit Downtown Georgetown's Incredible Farmer's Market, Starting the first Saturday in June.
For information on recent sales in the Downtown Georgetown and the Park Area of Georgetown, click HERE.
Click HERE for information on events and other activities in Downtown Georgetown.
The Delrex Neighbourhood, on the East side of Georgetown, was originally an Orchard/Farm area and in the 1950's Rex Heslop a businessman and developer transformed the area. This Neighbourhood is one of Georgetown's most established communities & local amenities include the Georgetown Market Place Mall, Mould Masters Sports-Plex & Skate Park, Cedarvale Park & Leash free Dog Park. With tree lined streets & larger lots, types of homes found in this area range from Bungalows, sidesplits, backsplits, 2 storey & semi detached.
Located just south-east of the Trafalgar Rd & Hwy #7 intersection in Georgetown, Trafalgar Country is a community of over 600 detached, semi and townhome homes built primarily by Beaverbrook and Silverbrook Homes between 2000 and 2006. Wide lots, curved streets, a large park and access to ravine trail are what make this area desirable for new and growing families. Plus, access to main roadways, Georgetown Hospital and Downtown Georgetown make Trafalgar Country a convenient location.
Homes starting from 1,200 square feet can be found on Atwood Avenue and Mowat Crescent while homes up to 3,500 square feet can be found on Newman Place, Berton Blvd., Johnson Crescent and Callaghan Crescent, Poets Path and Munro Circle.
Stewart's Mill is one of Georgetown's newer sub-divisions and is located between Trafalgar Rd. and Main Street S., with 15th Sideroad on the southern border and a natural green space to the north. This community features a large, centrally located park and natural pond with easy access from any street in the area. Stewart's Mill is a short drive or walk to downtown Georgetown and benefits from easy access to Trafalgar Rd. or Main St. S. for access to the 401 or 407. Ideal for new or growing families, Stewart's Mill features homes with well thought out floor plans and ample back yards, some backing onto ravine and green space.
Arbor Glen is one of Georgetown's newer subdivisions of detached executive homes with ample floor plans, high quality finishes and many on premium ravine lots. Located just south of Maple Avenue off Main St., Arbor Glen is only a short walk from downtown Georgetown shops and restaurants, the new public library, Cedarvale Park and schools. Arbor Glen is full of families and is ideally situated to take advantage of everything Georgetown has to offer.
Meadowglen is located just north of Guelph St., west of Mountainview Rd. N. Built by Cachet Estate Homes on the old "Mushroom Flats", this community is on the edge of Glen Williams and features a large park and direct access to Georgetown's only rail trail (between Wildwood Rd. and John St.).
Meadowglen is a young community full of families that enjoy bright living areas with well designed floor plans and quality construction. Close to all amenities, Meadowglen is an ideal location for new and growing families.
Georgetown South has become THE family based community in Halton Hills. Conveniently located close to schools, community centre, and shopping. Georgetown South is also close to highway 401 and 407 as well as major arteries into Brampton, Mississauga, Milton and beyond. Numerous local parks and access to Hungry Hollow ravine provides plenty of space to play, ride bikes, or enjoy wilderness for the whole family. Developed over the past 20 years by several reputable and skilled builders, Georgetown South is still growing. New detached 3 & 4 bedroom homes and townhouses offer open concept, modern designs for established and growing families alike while bungalow townhomes provide ideal space for those looking to downsize.
Gellert Community Center:
The Gellert Community Centre, located on Main St. South, just south of Argyll, is Georgetown's primary facility for a variey of activities including swimming, baseball, tennis and soccer. Rental rooms for meetings and other functions are available as is a play area and splash pad. "The Gellert" is also at the centre of a fantastic trail system, perfect for biking, in-line skating, running or just a nice walk with your family.
To get more information on what's available at the Gellert Centre, check out Halton Hills Parks & Recreation HERE.
Hiking in South Georgetown has never been better. The Town of Halton Hills has been developing the hiking trails in Hungry Hollow over the past years with new bridges, boardwalks and limestone screening paths. The new Regan Ridge bridge is a 43.5m pedestrian bridge that will connect two major trails in Hungry Hollow. The Town has plans to develop the trail system right through to Cedarvale Park which will provide for direct access to Downtown Georgetown.
Download a copy of the Town's Trail Map here: Halton Hills Trail Map.
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