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Upper Richmond Village Here are a just a few ways Upper Richmond Village has been described by those that live there and the home builders who are working there. Opulent, picturesque, and sophisticated. Located at Richmond Street and Sunningdale Road West many in London would tell you that this new subdivision is the must have address. Upper Richmond Village bills itself as a “built-in city”. The new subdivision once completed is set to feature bars, restaurants, shops and of course the exclusive Sunningdale Golf & Country Club is just minutes away.

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Stoneybrook Heights Stoneybrook Heights is a very popular family neighbourhood. Much of this can be attributed to one of London’s finest schools being located here, Jack Chambers PS. Stoneybrook is also located just a few minutes from Masonville Mall. This neighbourhood is prominently detached homes but also includes a number of condo developments as well. Stoneybrook is home to many parks and also some of London’s nature trails.

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Talbot Village Talbot Village is located on the southern boundary of London. Minutes north of Lambeth. It is a relatively new subdivision featuring apartment buildings, condos, and a mixture of executive and mid-range detached housing. The Talbot Village Wetland, which is located in the centre of the development, offers something for nature lovers. This neighbourhood is close to the 401 and the main centre of London. It also features a few plazas with bards, restaurants, and any stores you really need.

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Sunningdale  Sunningdale is one of London’s premier neighbourhoods. This neighbourhood offers a mix of  upscale condos, custom built homes, and some of the best curb appeal in the city. The area is also home to one of the most prominent golf courses in South West Ontario, Sunningdale Golf and Country Club.
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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, tree lined streets, beautiful landscaping and a true community feel, the Hunt Club, both old and new, is one of the premier neighbourhoods in London.
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Riverbend Riverbend is Surrounded on three sides by the river. You will find this sought after neighbourhood on the western border of London, On. Along with executive homes, condos, and mid range family homes, you will also find the exclusive Riverbend Golf Community. The gated, 50+, golf community sits in the middle of the development. Sitting on top of a small hill overlooking the city homes in Riverbend offer some of the best views of the city
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Oakridge Well we may be biased, Stewart lives here, but Oakridge is one our favourite neighbourhoods in all of London, On. This 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. It is not uncommon to see kids playing street hockey, walking to school or riding bikes.
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Downtown London (Woodfield) The heart of every city is it’s downtown. Parks, restaurants, old homes, infill homes and modern condos. Downtown London has it all. In the summer months, London’s main downtown parks, Victoria and Harris Park, host festivals almost every weekend. Rock the Park, Sunfest, Kidsfest, and Ribfest are just a few of the many events downtown hosts.
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Old North Steps to downtown Old North has grown in popularity and is considered by many to be one of the most prestigious neighbourhoods in the city. Old North has a mix of young families, students, young professionals and of course home owners who have spent their entire lives in the neighbourhood.
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Old South (Wortley Village) The broader Old South neighbourhood near the centre of London, On is encompassed by Wharncliffe Road to the West, Commissioners Road to the South, Emery and Wellington to the East and the Thames River to the North. The jewel of Old South can be found in Wortley Village. Named Canada’s Best Neighbourhood in a 2013 , the proud residents of Wortley Village would tell you it was about time it received recognition.

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Kilworth / Komoka Komoka & Kilworth sit just to the west of London. Surrounded by the Thames River, Komoka Provincial Park, and several golf courses this is a quaint and popular area for those wanting to escape the city. This area can offer neighbourhoods leading down to the Thames River, estate like lots, or even lots backing onto the many ponds found in Komoka & Kilworth. You can truly get the country feeling just minutes from the city.
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Byron A self contained village in the heart of the west end of the city, Byron offers a similar feel to the Wortley Village area of Old South. Home to Springbank Park, Storybook Gardens and Boler Mountain. This London neighbourhood offers a lot for London families.
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Old East Village (OEV) Old East Village has seen a renaissance of sorts in recent years. A designated heritage district Old East Village is full of young families, students, and long time home owners. It has proven to be particularly popular with first time home buyers in the last few years.
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Lambeth Another one of London’s villages within a city. Or in this case just on the outskirts of the city! Lambeth is located just south of London it has its own main street and downtown. Homes can range from stately homes to smaller bungalows. With close proximity to both the highway and the main city, this neighbourhood is becoming increasingly popular.
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Foxfield Foxfield is a new development in London. Located at Fanshawe Park Rd. between Hyde Park Rd. and Wonderland Rd. N., at the heart of London’s thriving North West end. Foxfield is home to mid range houses, condos, and some newer executive areas. Popular with younger families through to empty nesters due to it’s close proximity to shopping, schools, and many local amenities.
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Masonville At the centre of the north end of London is the Masonville neighbourhood. Home to one of London’s major shopping malls: Masonville Place. This area has everything from single family homes to condo apartments, ranging from 60 year old structures to new developments. This area is also located within an easy walking distance to Western University
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Arva What is Arva most famous for? Well the White Stripes played at the historic Flour Mill in 2007. Just 5 minutes north of London. It is home to Weldon Park, the Flour Mill and two churches. A person living in Arva, and who has been for an extensive amount of time, is considered an Arvite. In the 19th century it was a critical rest stop on the Underground Railroad, and home to several homes constructed as part of the Railroad.
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Ilderton Head ten minutes north of London and you come across Ilderton. Ilderton was once a rural community of maybe 80 homes. Now it is home to over 2500 and growing. Most homes are just a few steps away from rolling countryside providing enjoyable walks and cycle rides. The ball diamond and play fields are popular venues along with the skateboard park and splash pad provided by The Ilderton Optimists.
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Lucan Lucan and the Township of Biddulph joined forces in 1999 to form what we now call Lucan Biddulph. This town 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. The population is just over 4,000 people.
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SOHO SoHo is located just south of downtown London. SOHO in the context of London describes the area “South Of Horton”, in reality, it also includes Horton Street. The SOHO area of London is becoming synonymous with the cities ever expanding tech community. Companies such as Northern E-Commerce have flourished in this area. The Roundhouse project will not only incorporate our future offices but a number of local tech firms as well.
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Southcrest The Coves, Kensal Park, Berkshire Village and Southcrest Estates. These areas are all part of the broader Southcrest area. Southcrest is home to the Environmentally Significant Coves Ponds. Close to Downtown London, Old South, and Wortley Village this area has a wide variety of homes to choose from. Home to a broad range of Londoners. A popular area for those priced out of a move to some of the closer by areas.
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St Thomas St Thomas is a city of over 38,000 located just a few minutes south of London. 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.
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Summerside The Summerside development started in in the mid 90’s. It consists of mainly mid range two storey and ranch/back split style homes. Close to Veterans Memorial Highway. It offers great access to the 401. Summerside is located in the South East corner of London.
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Westmount Designed around a mall, outdoor pools and parks Sifton properties designed the Westmount subdivision in the late 60’s. Westmount offers a mixture of condos, family homes and apartment buildings. Close to downtown and the amenities offered around the outskirts of London. This neighbourhood is popular with families and empty nesters.
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Stoney Creek Stoney Creek is a neighbouhood in North East area of the city. The neighbourhood has homes ranging from starter condos to executive family homes. It is also home to some of the cities finest schools. A new YMCA also recently opened in this area. ( YMCA )