Sunningdale Sunningdale (often referred to as Richmond Hill) is considered to be one of London’s most upscale neighbourhoods. Found in the North West area of London, Ontario, the Sunningdale area was developed around 2001 and it offers a mix of custom built and estate homes.
Hunt Club An Old Hunt Club address is considered by some as the most prestigious address you can have in London, Ontario. With homes backing onto the world famous London Hunt and Country Club, enchanting tree lined streets, beautiful landscaping and a true community feel, the Hunt Club, both old and new, is a gem of London.
Riverbend As the Thames river starts its large curve northward you will find the neighbourhood of Riverbend. Surrounded on three sides by the River this is a sought after neighbourhood in London’s West End.
Oakridge Established in the 1950s, Oakridge is the consummate family neighbourhood. Original home owners are slowly making way for younger families but the sense of community remains. Large tree filled lots make up the bulk of the neighbourhood.
Downtown London (Woodfield) Downtown London is a vibrant mix of parks, restaurants, Victorian homes and modern condos. In the summer months, London’s main downtown parks, Victoria and Harris Park, host various festivals almost every weekend. Rock the Park, Sunfest and Ribfest are just a few of the many events downtown hosts.
Old North Old North is one of the more prestigious neighbourhoods in London, Ontario which is full of older, well-cared for, charm filled homes. Mature, tree-lined streets are quiet and everyone is happy to be a part of the community.
Old South (Wortley Village) The heart of Old South can be found in Wortley Village. Named Canada’s Best Neighbourhood in the “Great Places in Canada” 2013 competition, the proud residents of Wortley Village would tell you it was about time it received recognition.
Kilworth / Komoka Komoka & Kilworth sit just to the west of London, Ontario. Made up of several golf courses, Komoka Provincial Park, a railway museum and a few commercial areas, this is a quaint and popular area for those wanting to escape the city.
Byron Byron is without a doubt one of the most desirable place to live. It is a self contained village in the heart of the west end of the city.
Old East Village (OEV) Old East Village is a neighbourhood in East London, ON. It’s bordered by Central Ave (North) and York Street (South) and Ashland (East) and Adelaide (West).
Lambeth Lambeth is located just south west of London. It’s bound by the Wharncliffe Road South (North), Wonderland Road (East), the 402 (South), and Colonel Talbot Road (West).
Foxfield Foxfield is a new development in London, Ontario. Located at Fanshawe Park Rd. between Hyde Park Rd. and Wonderland Rd. N., at the heart of London’s growing North end. Just minutes from the University of Western Ontario and some of the city’s best schools, shopping, and dining
Masonville The heart of the north end of London, Ontario is Masonville. Masonville is home to one of London’s major shopping districts: Masonville Place. The large shopping area is located in the Richmond Street and Fanshawe Park Road area and is home to more than 150 stores.
Arva What is Arva most famous for? Apart from being where Stewart got married? Well the White Stripes played at the historic Arva Flour Mill in 2007.
Ilderton Follow Hyde Park Road about ten minutes north of London and you will come across Ilderton. In the 80’s Ilderton was a rural community of maybe 80 homes. Now home to over 2500 and growing.
Lucan Lucan is actually a village and a township that formed together in 1999. The village of Lucan and a township of Biddulph. Lucan is located roughly half way between London and Stratford. Offering a much more rural feel. It is well known for its excellent youth hockey programs. Lucan has a population of just over 4,000 people
SOHO SoHo is located in the heart of London, Ontario just south of downtown. Home to several excellent restaurants SOHO offers vibrant arts & culture community. SOHO is home to London’s ever growing tech community. Companies such as Northern have flourished in this area. The Roundhouse project ( http://londonroundhouse.com/ ) will not only incorporate our future offices but a number of local tech firms as well.
St Thomas St Thomas is a city of 38,000 + located just a few minutes south of London, Ontario. St Thomas was founded in 1810 and quickly became a major railway transportation hub for Canada. Jumbo the circus elephant died here on September 15, 1885, when hit by a locomotive following a performance. There is a life-sized commemorative statue that was erected in 1985.