Collingwood, Ontario, is a city on the southern shore of Georgian Bay with a population of over 21,000 inhabitants. The town has a total area of 33.78 square kilometres and is located near Owen Sound, Barrie, Orillia, and Orangeville. Admiral Cuthbert Collingwood, who fought in the Battle of Trafalgar off the coast of Spain, was given the name Collingwood. Until the late 1980s, the town was known for its shipyards and shipbuilding facilities.
Collingwood's western portion features a combination of condominiums and higher-priced single-family homes. In this section, single-family home lots are typically large. Vacant land and large commercial properties are also available. The central section of town includes the majority of the town's real estate options, which include older, more affordable single-family homes, newer and more expensive single-family homes, commercial property, and some vacant land. In the town's eastern portion, there are several large luxury homes with higher price tags than the smaller, older homes nearby. The lot sizes are usually big, giving each property a rural feel. Homes on the water usually sell for more money than those farther inland. Vacant land and commercial properties are also available in this region.
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