Virginia neighbourhood in Georgina. Popular communities include Historic Lakeshore Communities, Belhaven, Baldwin, Pefferlaw, Keswick South.
Virginia has 20 homes on the market. Of the 485 total properties listed in Georgina, Virginia makes up just 4.1%. The average asking price of a property in Virginia is $950,746, with an estimated mortgage of $3,221 per month. That is 1.1 times of the average asking price of $827,251 in Georgina. Properties listed in Virginia are an average of 653 square feet, with 2.3 beds and 1.6 baths. Virginia has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Virginia homes for sale are both excellent vacation destinations and beautiful places to live all year round, only an hour from Toronto. Nearby Keswick offers public transit options to the Greater Toronto Area, and Virginia real estate is close to schools and shopping, while offering communion with nature.
Virginia real estate offers beautiful woods and lakefront scenery bordered by farmland. The neighbouring Duclos Point Provincial Nature Reserve protects a variety of forest and wetland ecosystems.
Virginia MLS real estate listings feature luxurious lakeside retreats at a range of price points. Affordable starter homes offer updated fixtures and well maintained gardens. Virginia homes for sale offer panoramic views and lake access, including private beaches and boat launches.
Virginia has historically been “cottage country” for Toronto residents. In the early 1900s, streetcars ran from Toronto to Georgina, making Virginia Beach a popular vacation destination. Since the 1960s, many Virginia homes have been shifting from summer destinations to year round residences. Virginia history is brought to life by costumed re-enactors at Sibbald Point Provincial Park.
Virginia homes for sale are easily accessible by car. Highway 48 forms the southern border of Virginia, running from Sutton & Jackson’s Point to the west to Pefferlaw in the east. Black River Road is the main road to the lakeshore, and Highway 18 serves as Virginia’s western boundary.
Virginia is a largely rural and residential area. Schools, banks, medical facilities, and shopping serving Virginia homes for sale are close by in Pefferlaw and Sutton & Jackson’s Point.
Virginia homes for sale are located in prime spots for outdoor recreation. Sibbald Point Provincial Park offers boat launches, campsites, picnic areas, hiking trails, and beaches. During the summer, Sibbald Memorial Museum offers information on life in rural Ontario during the 1800s. Lake Simcoe offers boating, fishing, and swimming, and Georgina is known as Canada’s ice fishing capital, offering tournaments each winter.