603441 Lime Kiln Road, Chatsworth Vacant Land For Sale


Chatsworth is a small rural township located in Grey County, Ontario, Canada. It is situated in the southern part of the province, and is known for its scenic countryside, rolling hills, and abundance of outdoor recreational activities.

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Mark Barbosa, Tim Matthews - Meaford, Real Estate Agents

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Lot Size: 90acre



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Top Things To Do Chatsworth, Ontario

Chatsworth, Ontario offers a variety of activities and attractions for visitors. Here are some ideas of things to do in Chatsworth:

  1. Visit the Keady Farmers' Market, one of Ontario's oldest and largest farmers' markets, held every Tuesday year-round.
  2. Explore the natural beauty of the area by hiking or biking on the trails at Hoggs Falls or Eugenia Falls Conservation Areas.
  3. Go fishing or kayaking on the Saugeen River, which winds through Chatsworth.
  4. Take a tour of the Williamsford Mill, a restored grist mill that dates back to the 1850s.
  5. Visit the Grey Roots Museum and Archives in nearby Owen Sound, which features exhibits about the history and culture of Grey County.
  6. Go snowmobiling or cross-country skiing on the trails at the Markdale Recreation Area.
  7. Attend the Chatsworth Agricultural Fair, held annually in August, which includes a parade, livestock shows, and other events.
  8. Enjoy a round of golf at the Scenic City Golf Course, which offers scenic views of the surrounding countryside.
  9. Visit the Georgian Hills Vineyards, a local winery that produces award-winning wines and offers tastings and tours.
  10. Take a scenic drive on the Grey County Scenic Route, which winds through the beautiful countryside of Chatsworth and the surrounding area.

Schools in Chatsworth, Ontario

Chatsworth, Ontario is served by the Bluewater District School Board and the Bruce Grey Catholic District School Board. Here are some of the schools located in or near Chatsworth:

  1. Holland-Chatsworth Central Public School - A kindergarten to grade 8 school located in the village of Desboro.
  2. École Saint-Dominique-Savio - A French-language Catholic school for students from junior kindergarten to grade 12 located in Owen Sound, approximately 20 km from Chatsworth.
  3. Grey Highlands Secondary School - A high school serving students from grades 9 to 12 located in Flesherton, approximately 25 km from Chatsworth.
  4. Notre Dame Catholic School - A Catholic elementary school serving students from junior kindergarten to grade 8 located in Owen Sound, approximately 20 km from Chatsworth.
  5. St. Mary's High School - A Catholic high school serving students from grades 9 to 12 located in Owen Sound, approximately 20 km from Chatsworth.
  6. Beaver Valley Community School - A kindergarten to grade 12 school located in Thornbury, approximately 50 km from Chatsworth.
  7. Georgian College - A post-secondary institution with campuses in Owen Sound and other locations, offering a variety of certificate, diploma, and degree programs.

History Of Chatsworth

The area is now known as Chatsworth, Ontario was originally home to the Anishinaabe people, who lived in the area for thousands of years before the arrival of European settlers.

The first European settlers arrived in the Chatsworth area in the early 1800s, and the township was officially established in 1858. The township was named after Chatsworth House, the famous estate in Derbyshire, England.

In the early years of settlement, Chatsworth was primarily a farming community, with settlers growing crops and raising livestock. Sawmills were also established in the area to process the vast forests of white pine and hemlock that covered the landscape.

In the late 1800s, the arrival of the railway brought new opportunities to the area, and Chatsworth became a hub for transportation and commerce. The town of Williamsford, located in the heart of Chatsworth, became a thriving commercial center, with stores, hotels, and other businesses catering to travelers and locals alike.

Over time, Chatsworth evolved into a mixed rural community, with agriculture, forestry, and tourism all playing important roles in the local economy. Today, Chatsworth remains a picturesque and peaceful community, with a rich history and a strong connection to the natural beauty of the surrounding area.

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