Beautiful Essex County
Live in Essex County
Essex County offers you a more versatile lifestyle. Here you will find a relaxed small town atmosphere that is ethnically diverse and rich in culture. However, the entertainment, conveniences and excitement of big city life are only moments away in Metro Detroit!
Here are some of the incredible lifestyle opportunities available to you in Essex County:
Essex County is surrounded on three sides by Lake St. Clair, The Detroit River, and Lake Erie, with many beautiful managed beaches and water activities for you to enjoy.
You'll love to take a stroll along the beautiful waterfront park as well as experience a wide variety of parks and recreational facilities.
From small suburbs, to condominiums, to country estates - Essex County has a wide variety of friendly communities that you will quickly call home.
You'll have access to an International airport just outside of Detroit, with flights to worldwide destinations. The local Windsor Airport also provides commuter flights to Canadian destinations as well as charter flights.
World Class Sporting Events
Detroit is home to four major sporting franchises - several with championship titles! As well, you'll enjoy exciting Jr. A hockey and University level sporting events.
The Best In Theatre
Detroit has a steady line up of broadway plays like Phantom, Cats, Chicago, Lion King and more. You'll also enjoy our local theatre companies and University Drama department productions.
Detroit and Windsor Symphonies
If you love the symphony, you can't get much better than the top-ranked Detroit Symphonic Orchestra. As well, Windsor's Community Orchestra puts on a great program throughout the year.
There are so many festivals in the area that we couldn't possibly list them here. One of the world's largest and longest running fireworks displays happens every summer. As well, there are incredible seasonal and ethnic festivals you can enjoy on both sides of the border.
Casinos & Racetracks
If gaming is part of your lifestyle you'll love Essex County with Casino Windsor and Windsor Raceway & Slots. Detroit also hosts several major gaming establishments where you can enjoy top notch entertainment and dining.
Experience world class dining with restaurants that provide a wide variety of experiences throughout the region.
Escape for the day or just the evening aboard the local river cruise boats that feature site seeing, great dining, and entertainment!
Essex County has several large malls and many unique boutiques that are sure to satisfy the most discriminating shopper. Take a quick trip to Detroit and you'll be astonished at the variety of shopping experiences there as well!
Windsor Essex County has everything the Toronto area has to offer and more. It's all within minutes of your doorstep!
You'll love all the local amenities and enjoy all the comforts of a quiet small-town atmosphere. Plus, you'll be just minutes away from Detroit, Michigan. Check out these great highlights of the lifestyle you'll enjoy:
You'll have everything you love about the big city life, but in a small town atmosphere. And I know you won't miss the traffic!
Imagine your new life in Essex County. A beautiful home, living the lifestyle you deserve, and money in the bank too!
The next step is easy. Just contact us and one of our relocation experts will contact you to answer all your questions. There's no obligation. There's no pressure. Just a friendly voice on the other end of the line that wants to help you live the life you've always wanted!
Kingsville Kingsville, Canada’s most southern Town, is situated along the north shore of Lake Erie. Known for its favourable climate and productive soils. The Town of Kingsville presents a unique profile: a thriving downtown environment surrounded by traditional agricultural farming, cottage industry, together with an ever-expanding greenhouse industry. Conveniently located with easy access to international border connections and the 401, Kingsville is attracting the attention of manufacturing enterprises, and tourism development. Kingsville offers various types of housing that's sure to appeal to both your budget and your taste. Kingsville has many new subdivisions which offer large or small lots that are ready for construction and recently constructed homes which are ready for purchase. Also, Kingsville's downtown core offers many Victorian style housing choices that are sure to appeal to the senses.
Essex Essex, the largest community within the municipality, is a great place to live, work and play! Rich agricultural lands are some of the most productive in the province. Roadside stands and pick-your-owns are plentiful throughout the municipality, making it easy to eat local. The Town of Essex also is known for sports; home to the Essex 73's, the most successful Junior C hockey team in Ontario, and the original home of the championship-winning Essex Ravens Football Club. Outdoor fields and sports facilities support a very active community. House prices in Essex are among the lowest in Canada which makes the region a very affordable option for young families and seniors.
Amherstburg Amherstburg, one of the oldest towns in the province, fully landscaped in historic charm and situated on the banks of the Detroit River at the mouth of Lake Erie. Its unique, century old buildings and lovely waterfront settings makes this historic town one of the most desired places to live. Home of Fort Malden, a designated National Historic Site. Amherstburg is a city of trade and services to support regional agriculture. It has also become known for several wineries in the area.
Lakeshore Lakeshore, known as the 14th safest community in Canada, is the fastest growing, highly educated as well as high income, and the largest concentration of families and seniors in the region. The Town of Lakeshore is a focal point for all manner of economic, commercial and industrial activity. It has industrial areas, continually expanding commercial enterprises, a multi-screen movie theatre, new educational facilities and increasing numbers of new homes, both in areas previously built up and in entirely new subdivisions.
LaSalle LaSalle, is an active-friendly community just South of the City of Windsor. Along with Windsor, it is one of the oldest French settlement area in Southwestern Ontario, and the oldest continually inhabited European settlement in Canada west of the Quebec border. The town was named after explorer René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle. With its close proximity to private and public schools as well as St. Clair College and the University of Windsor, it is no surprise that LaSalle is one of the top choice locations for young families. Water sports and marinas dominate the Detroit River area of LaSalle.
Riverside Riverside is a neighbourhood on the eastern edge of Windsor, Ontario. It is best defined by the waterfront road, Riverside Drive, which runs parallel to the Detroit River. Riverside was a town until it was annexed by Windsor on Jan. 1, 1966. Prohibition had a huge influence on this area. The proximity to the monied interests of the U.S. led to the flourishing of several taverns that served not only as watering holes but as ties for American interests to secure alcohol. Today it is known as one of the most desired family neighbourhoods of the Windsor-Essex County area with many parks and trails.
Walkerville Walkerville (originally called Walker's Town), a heritage precinct of Windsor, Ontario was officially established in 1890, founded by Hiram Walker, owner and producer of Canadian Club Whisky. He then opened up a distillery on the Detroit River, diversifying the business by growing grain, milling flour, and raising livestock. Later, the town supported other major industries, notably automotive manufacturing. Today, Walkerville is known as one of the most trendiest neighbourhoods in Windsor and the surrounding counties with their social scene & small business establishments.