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Horseshoe Valley Real EstateWhen you really want to spend time living in a town filled to the brim with history and culture, then your best bet would be to look at the municipality of Oro-Medonte. Oro-Medonte has plenty of history packed up within it that allows plenty of opportunities for people to be able to truly explore a place that dates all the way back to the era of the Native peoples.Oro-Medonte is the result of a massive conjoining of several different towns and villages on the shores of Georgian Bay and Lake Simcoe back in the 1990s, allowing for the various regions to become one big municipality. With the beautiful real estate in the area, there is most definitely a diamond in the rough, as many of the homes here are highly eclectic and comfortable…plus, there are many, MANY options available for homebuyers, from detached homes to semi-detached homes to family homes to even townhomes that have spacious interiors and excellent exterior space to work with (gardeners and landscapers can have a new project).When it comes to the War of 1812, this very same region actually played a significant role due to its strategic importance and location. Through a clever use of methods, the region remained very well-defended even when the main armies were off fighting in other parts of Lower and Upper Canada.While Oro-Medonte is located quite a distance from the city of Toronto, getting to the city will not be an issue for you at all. In order for you to get to Toronto, you simply need to be prepared for a bit of a long drive. By jumping onto the Highway 400 that runs all along the western edge of Oro-Medonte, you can head south to Toronto, and (traffic pending) be there in roughly an hour.Regarding parks and trails, you will be pleased to know that there are a handful in the area, ranging all across Oro-Medonte. Each park is far enough away from its park siblings that you will be able to have a different experience every single time you visit one of these parks. In the vicinity of the municipality of Oro-Medonte, you will have access to roughly 8 various schools (in the event you have a child that still needs to go through school). These schools range from Moonstone Elementary School to Twin Lakes Secondary School to even Notre Dame Catholic School. You will not be lacking in educational choices for your child/children when you are living in Oro-Medonte.
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