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London Ontario

City of London, Ontario - North Elm Realty Group

The City of

London Ontario

London Ontario is a vibrant and growing city located in Southwestern Ontario, Canada. With a population of over 400,000, it is one of the largest cities in the province and offers a range of amenities and attractions for residents and visitors alike. Known for its beautiful parks, cultural events, growing technology sector, education and healthcare, London is a great place to live, work, and explore. The City of London is home to the notable Western University, Fanshawe College and Budweiser Gardens. Begin searching for homes in London Ontario and surrounding areas with a licensed Real Estate Agent or Broker at North Elm Realty Group with CENTURY 21 First Canadian Corp., Brokerage. You can also view our guide on how to purchase a home in London Ontario.

Amenities

London Ontario is a large and vibrant city with numerous amenities throughout. Crowning the nickname as the Forest City, there is a significant focus on outdoor amenities including Springbank Park, Boler Mountain, Fanshawe Conservation Area, Westminster Ponds, and Conservation area, along with numerous parks and trails throughout the city. London is home to Budweiser Gardens a well-known venue for events, concerts, and ice hockey, as well as The Factory – Canada’s Largest indoor adventure park. For the most up-to-date list of events, entertainment, and things to do, Tourism London is full of all things London Ontario.

Homes & Architecture

The growing City of London is home to numerous styles of properties including brand new, traditional and historic as early as the mid 1800’s. With the expansion of the City, there are homes for just about every budget, throughout you can find starter homes, midsize family homes, luxury homes, estates, townhomes, mid-rise condominiums, high rise condominiums as well as trailer homes. Some of London’s most historic areas for homes include Old North, Old South, Wortley Village, Old East Village, Woodfield, Bishop Hellmuth Heritage District, Central London, and Blackfriars Community.

Schools & Education

The City of London Ontario is home to excellent schools and education. Western University, Kings University College, Huron University College, Brescia University, Ivey Business School, and Fanshawe College are the most recognized in the city and are some of the top schools in Canada. London, Ontario has multiple elementary and high school options with the Thames Valley District School Board, London Catholic School Board, and other private schools. For a comparison of school rankings in the city visit the Fraser Institute website or click the links for Elementary and Secondary School rankings.

Getting Around

London Ontario has a wide range of transportation available throughout the city. While the city is large in landscape and having a vehicle is important, the London Transit Commission also known as the LTC is a robust public bus transit system throughout the City of London. With a focus on the environment, there has been a large push to continue to increase the bike transit safety and usability throughout the city. London is home to the London International Airport with growing demand and an increasing number of destinations available throughout Canada, the United States, Mexico, and the Caribbean.