Thunder Bay Real Estate
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Real Estate Statistics
|Highest Listing Price:||$389,000|
|Lowest Listing Price:||$900|
Thunder Bay ON Real Estate Listings
|All Listings||Under $100,000||$100,000 - $200,000|
|$200,000 - $300,000||$300,000 - $400,000|
Thunder Bay Homes For Sale
With the breathtakingly beautiful hills of the Canadian Shield, the impressive "Sleeping Giant", and the glittering lakes and rivers, it can only be expected that the quality of life in Thunder Bay is unbeatable. The extraordinary scenery lends itself to a multitude of outdoor recreational activities for residents and visitors alike, and the indoor facilities include 15 community and fitness centres, 6 indoor and 84 outdoor rinks, indoor and outdoor pools, public beaches, city and national parks, public gardens, curling arenas, and several golf courses -- just to list some of the incredible opportunities available all year.
Fort William Historical Park is one of Canada's most famous historic sites, featuring a reconstruction of the Fort William fur trade posts: a distinguishing piece of Canadian history with its roots directly in Thunder Bay. The city also boasts the title of 2003's "Cultural Capital of Canada", a title accurately reflected by the infusion of various cultures from around the world from its establishment to present day. A rich presence of Aboriginal, French, Scandinavian, and Italian cultures can be enjoyed with their respective societies as well through the museum, art gallery -- and of course, food and drink!
Discover Thunder Bay Real Estate
Thunder Bay is situated in one of the country's most enthrallingly scenic areas, and consists of an incredibly diverse range of homes for sale. The city is comprised of Port Arthur and Fort William, two towns which used to be separate but have since joined together while still maintaining their own suburban areas. Popular neighbourhoods include the Bay and Algoma neighbourhood, Simpson-Ogden and the East End which are filled with heritage buildings, and Vickers Heights. Both recently built and heritage single-family homes are available, as well as luxurious and rustic waterfront cottages, condos, and apartments.
Many new properties have been constructed with open-concepts, making optimal use of natural light and expanses of space; other houses have been renovated with state-of-the-art appliances and fixtures but maintain their century-old character charm. Properties sit on green land with mature trees and wild and manicured gardens and shrubbery; others, in front of the gentle waves of the lake.
Life In Thunder Bay Homes
Thunder Bay is served by two railways, seaports, national and local bus systems, and an international airport, allowing the city to be extremely accessible by land, air, and sea. The city is also home to a hospital, Lakehead University, a number of medical and professional services, shopping, restaurants and cafes, as well as exceptionally-rated schools.
Thunder Bay is an ideal place for all types of people with varying lifestyles: families, working professionals, retirees, and students of all ages enjoy both the urban and natural setting of the city and its surroundings. The collection of homes for sale spans from historic to brand new and luxuriously grand to classic and manageable, but all of them maintain their own character, charm, and individual design. Life in Thunder Bay is simultaneously dynamic and peaceful depending on what you choose to discover that day: the magnificent outdoors, the cultural centres, and everything in between.
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Listing information last updated on February 27th, 2017 at 9:07pm CST.