Georgina is a town in southeastern Ontario that spans 287.75 square kilometres along the southern shore of Lake Simcoe. Over 45,000 residents live in Georgina, which includes small towns like Balfour Beach, Franklin Beach, Mossington Park, McRae Beach, Port Bolster, Udora, Sutton, and Keswick.
Highway 48 runs through Georgina's northeastern and central areas, connecting the town to major highways nearby. The Black River flows from Lake Simcoe through Georgina's central district before being dammed further south.
In the western section, single-family homes are usually large and costly, with a combination of older and newer construction. Homes near the lake are typically more expensive than those farther away, and homes in the heart of the communities are usually less expensive. This segment has a lot of vacant land, which can be costly.
The price of single-family homes in the central section is equivalent to those in the western section. There are also high-cost vacant land and commercial properties, as well as moderately priced row housing options.
Single-family homes in Georgina's eastern section vary in price from mid to high, and are often found on big, sprawling lots with a rural feel. There is also a lot of available vacant land here, at different price points.
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