Lot Size: 90.22 x 202.34
Square Footage: 1900 sqft Bungalow w/ walkout
Total Bedrooms: 3
Basement: Full Basement
Heating & Cooling: Forced Air, Gas
Huron-Kinloss is served by the Bluewater District School Board, which operates several schools in the area. The schools in Huron-Kinloss include:
The Huron-Kinloss area has a long and rich history. The indigenous people of the area were the Neutral Nation, who were displaced by the Huron and Ojibwe tribes. The first Europeans to settle in the area were French fur traders and Jesuit missionaries, who arrived in the 17th century. The area was later settled by British and Scottish immigrants in the 19th century. The main industries in the area were agriculture and logging.
The village of Lucknow was established in 1857 and became the main commercial and residential center in the area. The village of Ripley was established in 1872 and became an important center for shipbuilding. The Huron-Kinloss area was officially incorporated as a township in 1879.
In the 20th century, the area saw a decline in the logging and shipbuilding industries and an increase in the number of farmers. The area also became a popular vacation spot, with the development of resorts and cottages along the lake shore.
Today, the area continues to be primarily rural and agricultural, with a growing number of residents working in the service and tourism sectors. The area is also home to a number of wind turbines, as part of the Huron-Kinloss Wind Farm.