Dufferin County is a beautiful location that offers a multitude of activities for its 67,800 residents. With stunning scenery, a vibrant culture, and a convenient location just an hour from Toronto, you can have the best of both worlds. A peaceful place to call home that’s still close enough to the city for a quick weekend getaway.
Not to mention, Dufferin County is also home to several world-renowned attractions, including the Niagara Escarpment and the Bruce Trail. Here some municipalities to explore in Dufferin:
- Population (2022): 30,167
- Population growth since 2016: 4.38%
- Density: 1,989.5/km2
Orangeville is a hidden gem situated just an hour from Toronto and is home to many great amenities, including shops, restaurants, and parks. Keep an eye out for tree sculptures throughout Downtown Orangeville and see if you can spot all 55!
- Population (2022): 9,421
- Population growth since 2016: 9.43%
- Density: 33.8/km2
If you’re looking for a taste of small-town living, Mono is definitely the place to be. Known for its large rural properties, farmlands, and beautiful scenery, Mono is a great place to live if you’re looking for a quiet and peaceful setting. With its idyllic, nature-driven landscapes and friendly residents, the county is a great place to call home.
- Population (2022): 8,994
- Population growth since 2016: 10.68%
- Density: 1,370.8/km2
Shelburne is a rapidly growing town, in part due to its location, just over an hour from Toronto. Shelburne is a popular destination for city-dwellers looking for a taste of small-town life, with all the amenities of a larger town. The town is also home to several annual events, including the Shelburne Fair and the Shelburne Farmers’ Market.
Dufferin County Real Estate Market
|Average Resale Price (2016)||$450,085|
|Average Resale Price (2021)||$803,822|
|Average Resale Price by Property Type (2016)||Average Resale Price by Property Type (2021)||Change|
|All Home Types||$450,085||$803,822||78.59%|
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