Spectacular Century Home. One Of Schomberg's Most Historical Buildings Known As "The Garret Brown Banking House". Fully Renovated With All The Original Charm And Character Of Its Time. Features Elegantly Crafted Mouldings, 7" Wide Plank Floors, 15" Baseboard, Wainscoting, Crown Moulding, French Doors & Lrg Windows With Semi Circular Transoms, Exposed Brick Thru-Out. 10Ft Ceilings On Mail Floor, 11Ft On 2nd Floor. Located On Approx 1/3 Acre.
Frontage - 29.54 Depth - 41.6 Irregular - Irregular 47.59 Metres Wide At Rear
Detached garage (1)
Total Parking Spaces
Park nearby Ravine Schools nearby
|Kitchen||Main level||4.87 x 4.87 (meters)|
|Living room||Main level||6.09 x 4.57 (meters)|
|Dining room||Main level||6.09 x 4.57 (meters)|
|Family room||Main level||5.48 x 6.09 (meters)|
|Office||Main level||4.57 x 4.57 (meters)|
|Sitting room||Main level||4.26 x 4.57 (meters)|
|Master bedroom||Second level||6.09 x 4.57 (meters)|
|Bedroom 2||Second level||4.86 x 3.96 (meters)|
|Bedroom 3||Second level||3.65 x 4.57 (meters)|
|Bedroom 4||Second level||4.57 x 2.43 (meters)|
|Bedroom 5||Second level||3.04 x 3.96 (meters)|
Schomberg is a quaint village located in King, boasting a very family friendly, welcoming community. A great place to live, work and raise a family, this village is truly one of the hidden gems of Southern Ontario.
Each year, this proud agricultural town hosts the Schomberg Fair. This fair offers a chance for local artisans to display their work, local cooking to be served, and the talents of the youth of the town to be showcased.
Schomberg is easily accessible via Hwy 9 which links Orangeville and Newmarket and is an easy drive to both Toronto and Barrie, making it an ideal location for commuters.
If you love the outdoors, you'll love Cold Creek Conservation Area.
Cold Creek features several hiking trails that cover the Oak Ridges Moraine as well as a boreal peat bog. This ecologically diverse area is 190 hectares and part of the Humber River watershed. Spend the afternoon on the trails, observing the natural wildlife, including over 110 species of birds.
Schomberg was originally named Brownsville, as the first settlement of the area in 1830 was by the four Brown brothers from Pennsylvania. It wasn’t until until later that the village became know as Schomberg after Meinhardt Schomberg, the third Duke of Schomberg, a general serving under King William III of England.
In the early 20th century a railway was built that connected Schomberg to Toronto. It was a great way to allow people to venture into this village from the city but it was not used as much as was anticipated, and was later removed. Greater travel to and from the city, along with rapid settlement and expansion of the village took place when roads were developed, generating easier access to the village.
The goal of this museum is to preserve, interpret and celebrate all of the rich history of King Township. This museum is housed in Old Kinghorn School, which was built in 1861, and is home to over 1,800 artifacts, delicately preserved from all over the township. These artifacts include books, clothing, tools, and more. The museum also serves to display works of local artists, as well as being a host to a weekly concert that celebrates musicians from the region.
Schomberg is a very family oriented community and is a great place to raise children. Schomberg has a community centre and an arena for children and families to participate in many recreational activities.
Schomberg has a local yoga studio for residents to take in some Hatha yoga classes. There are also many garden centres and agricultural groups and clubs.
Each year Schomberg has an event called Main Street Christmas where the town participates in carolling, hay rides, and other festival activities.
Do you love ice sports? Stop by the Trisan Centre in Schomberg and enjoy hockey and curling in this large and environmentally friendly facility. Home to the Schomberg Cougars, taking in a hockey game is a delight in the Trisan Centre as it houses an NHL size ice rink, seating for 600, a snack bar, and a pro shop. If curling is more your speed, come and enjoy playing on one of 4 curling sheets, which is also where the King Curling Club meets.
Need to work up a sweat off the ice? Come and take advantage of the fitness centre, complete with cardio and strength training machines as well as an aerobic studio and walking/running track.
Do you have an important meeting or function coming up? With program rooms and meeting spaces, the Trisan Centre is the perfect place to host any event. With so many amenities, everyone can find something to enjoy at the Trisan Centre. Stop by today!
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