Your dream home nestled on 3.37 acres of tranquility in the heart of West Grey! This exquisite Mulligan home, custom built in 2017, offers unparalleled craftsmanship & exceptional amenities with room for your personal touch! As you step onto the covered front porch & through the foyer, you're welcomed into an open-concept living space with a captivating cathedral ceiling. The gourmet kitchen is a chef's delight, featuring granite countertops, a convenient island, & a generously sized pantry. Three spacious bedrooms provide ample space for your family, with the primary bedroom boasting a walk-in closet, an ensuite featuring a fabulous large glass shower (accessible), & a walk-out to the serene back deck. With three well-appointed bathrooms, this home ensures both convenience & luxury. The basement, with its expansive layout, holds incredible potential, ideal for an in-law suite or a separate living area.

West Grey is a municipality in southwestern Ontario, Canada. It is located in Grey County, and is made up of several small towns and villages, including Durham, Neustadt, and Hanover. The municipality is primarily rural, with a strong agricultural community.

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Property Details

Lot Size: 3.370 Acres

Water: Drilled Well

Sewage: Septic

Year Built2017


Interior Details

Square Footage: 1,776

Total Bedrooms: 3 (2+1)

Bathrooms: 3 (3+0)

Basement: Full, Partially Finished Basement

Heating & CoolingForced Air Propane w/ AC

Top Things To Do In West Grey, Ontario

There are a variety of things to do in West Grey, including outdoor activities, cultural and historical attractions, and events and festivals. Some popular activities include:

  • Hiking and cycling: The municipality is home to a number of parks and conservation areas, including the Durham Conservation Area and the Inglis Falls Conservation Area, which offer hiking and cycling trails with scenic views.
  • Fishing and boating: The Saugeen River is a popular spot for fishing and boating. The river is home to a variety of fish species, including bass, trout, and pike.
  • Skiing and snowmobiling: West Grey is home to the Glenelg Ski Club, which offers alpine and cross-country skiing in the winter months. There are also miles of snowmobiling trails in the area.
  • Visiting historical sites: West Grey is home to a number of historical sites, including the Durham Heritage Centre and the Neustadt Mill.
  • Festivals and events: West Grey hosts a variety of festivals and events throughout the year, such as the Hanover Poultry Fest, Durham Fall Fair, and the Durham Christmas Craft Show.
  • Golfing: West Grey has multiple golf courses, such as the Hanover Golf Club, The Durham Golf Club and The Saugeen Golf Club.
  • Shopping and Dining: The municipality has a variety of shops and restaurants to explore, from antique shops and local boutiques to farm-to-table restaurants and cozy cafes.

Schools in West Grey, Ontario

West Grey is served by the Bluewater District School Board, which operates several elementary and secondary schools in the municipality.

Elementary schools in West Grey include:

  • Durham Public School
  • Hanover Heights Community School
  • JDSS
  • Keppel-Sarawak Public School
  • Durham Catholic Elementary School

Secondary schools in West Grey include:

  • John Diefenbaker Secondary School
  • Sacred Heart High School

In addition to the public schools, there are also private and Catholic schools in West Grey.

It's important to note that the schools and their availability may have changed since my knowledge cut-off, I recommend checking the school board website for the most up-to-date information on schools in West Grey.

History Of West Grey

West Grey has a rich history dating back to the Indigenous peoples who lived in the area long before European settlement. The area was first surveyed in 1837 and was named after the British politician Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey.

The first European settlers arrived in West Grey in the 1840s, mostly from Scotland, Ireland, and Germany. They cleared the land for farming and established small towns and villages such as Durham, Neustadt, and Hanover. The municipality's economy was primarily based on agriculture, particularly wheat and dairy farming.

During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, West Grey saw significant growth and development, with the construction of railroads and highways, as well as the establishment of schools and other public institutions.

During the world wars, West Grey played an important role in the war effort. Many young men from the area served in the military and a number of local facilities were used for training and other war-related activities.

In 2001, West Grey was formed as the result of the amalgamation of the towns of Durham, Neustadt, and the Township of Bentinck, the Village of Hanover, and the townships of Glenelg and Normanby. Today, West Grey is a thriving rural community with a strong agricultural base and a growing tourism industry.

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