Tuesday, November 19, 2019 / by Team Glasser
Like most neighbourhoods in London, Ontario, Hyde Park started as a small rural community and was annexed by the City of London in 1993. Although this is one of the newer neighbourhoods in the city, this community definitely shines. If you're thinking about moving to Hyde Park or just going for a visit, our article will guide you on everything you need to know!
With plenty of options for shopping and beautiful homes, Hyde Park is a standout family-friendly neighbourhood that is an ideal choice for anyone. There are also plenty of parks, and some of the best schools in the city, making it a great neighbourhood to raise kids. Hyde Park is also host to the lovely Bellamere Winery and Event Centre, a truly gorgeous place for weddings and social gatherings. Its status as a busy shopping centre does not detract from its intimate community feel and wonderful hidden gems throughout Hyde Park.
As of 2016, the population of Hyde Park is 8,170 people, of which 33% ...
Saturday, October 19, 2019 / by Team Glasser
Old South is one of London’s oldest and most vibrant neighbourhood. Home to Wortley Village, which was picked as Canada’s Best Neighbourhood in 2013, this community in the heart of Old South adds flair and originality to London Ontario’s cultural landscape. Whether you’re considering moving to Old South or just stopping by for a visit, this article will give you all the information you need about the neighbourhood and all that it has to offer!
Old South first developed in the middle of the 19th century and was eventually annexed by the City of London in 1890. This historic neighbourhood is located just south of London’s Downtown, and its homes range in style from large estate homes, single family homes, and smaller cottages. At its centre, Old south is home to the wonderful community of Wortley Village. Celebrating a distinct small-town feel, Wortley Village has a variety of exciting restaurants and shops, all radiating the same warmth that i ...
Tuesday, July 16, 2019 / by Team Glasser
Are you considering moving to the lovely Byron neighbourhood in London, Ontario? Then you’ve come to the right place! This article will tell you everything you need to know about Byron: what it has to offer and all the wonderful reasons to choose a home in this charming and close-knit community.
Byron was originally settled as a village in 1804 before becoming annexed by the City of London in 1961. Stretching alongside the Thames River, Byron continues to uphold its original amicable village atmosphere today. It is truly amazing what Byron has to offer: stunning historic homes, unique restaurants, great shopping, and some of the best activities in London year round. Perhaps best known for being home to Boler Mountain, Byron has even more going on than you might think. We chose some of our favourite local spots to give you a glimpse into this exceptional little community. So, whether you’re looking for great schools, diverse activities, great dining experience ...