10 Reasons Living in Niagara is Hard to Beat

We are so proud to be top producing real estate agents in Niagara because we love this area and love helping others enjoy it, too. Living in Niagara, we know the region inside and out and can honestly say that there’s no better place to set your roots. So, if you are considering moving to Niagara, consider these amazing benefits.

 

1. Niagara Wine Country

Niagara is home to many award-winning wineries. With over 50 wineries to choose from, you could go wine tasting every weekend if you want. Many wineries are also located on gorgeous, scenic properties to enjoy an amazing view while you sip.

 

2. It’s Brimming With Fun Family Activities

Everywhere you look in Niagara, there are fun things to do with the kids. Clifton Hill in Niagara Falls has enough attractions for an entire family. There are also plenty of options for laser tag, mini putt, escape rooms, SkyZone trampoline park, and bowling, among so much more.

 

3. There Are Plenty of New Communities in Niagara

There are many new homes under construction in Niagara, from brand new subdivisions to condo buildings and townhome. Just take a look at the Fonthill Yards townhome development in Pelham, or the brand new two-storey homes on Berkshire Drive in St. Catharines.

 

4. Delicious Fresh Seasonal Produce

Niagara produces a significant amount of locally grown seasonal items that just taste so much better. From peaches to plums, cherries, and apples, taking a stroll through a farmers’ market or driving out to the fruit stands in Niagara-on-the-Lake will land you some delicious rewards.

 

5. Amazing Views and Lush Landscape

The cities of Niagara are surrounded by the gorgeous Niagara Escarpment, which is part of the Ontario Greenbelt protection area. It is also nestled between Lake Ontario and Lake Erie, providing scenic lake views in either direction.

 

6. History is Everywhere

Many of our local towns were involved in historic events, such as the War of 1812. Additionally, some significant buildings such as Fort Erie still stand. For example, Niagara-on-the-Lake boasts original 19th-century buildings, including the oldest operating inn in Ontario.

 

7. Central Access to Toronto and the U.S.A.

One of the most convenient things about living in Niagara is that you are centrally located between Toronto and the U.S.A. border. This way, you get to visit as often as you like, or even commute to work every day, while still living in the peaceful, beautiful Niagara region.

 

8. Entertainment Options For Everyone

Niagara is full of entertainment options, from plays and concerts at the Performing Arts Centre to watching the local OHL team, the Niagara Ice Dogs, at the Meridian Centre. You also don’t want to miss some of the fun yearly events and festivals that take place here.

 

9. Post-Secondary Education

Brock University and Niagara College both make their home in Niagara, which brings in tens of thousands of eager students every year. These institutions are also highly recognized in the Canadian post-secondary education industry.

 

10. Affordable Quality of Life

You often hear about the skyrocketing prices of homes in Toronto and the GTA. However, in Niagara, the real estate market is quite different. Homes are affordable here, which is why many big city folks have made the move already. If you’re thinking about joining them and moving here, let one of our real estate agents show you what there is to offer.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Nicholas Pasquale
nicholas@revelrealty.ca
Nicholas Pasquale joins the Barry Team with his wife, Elissa, under Biagi Pasquale Real Estate. He helps his clients reach the networks they need, with a strong background in technology and education that helps him make sure everyone is making an informed, knowledgeable decision.
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