Windsor and Essex County are located in Canada's southernmost region in the Province of Ontario on the same latitude as northern California and southern Italy. Comprised of nine municipalities, the 100 Mile Peninsula extends from Lighthouse Cove on Lake St. Clair, along the shoreline to Wheatley on Lake Erie, and includes Lakeshore, Tecumseh, Windsor, LaSalle, Essex, Amherstburg, Kingsville, Leamington and Pelee Island. Come experience the southern climate, lower cost of living, cultural diversity, and friendly communities, right along the U.S. border. A move here could launch your small business dreams and a fulfilling retirement. Plan a visit. Tour real estate.View All Waterfront Properties
For those relocating with no previous experience owning a home on the water, or who may be new to Windsor-Essex County, I can help you navigate the often overlooked elements of purchasing a waterfront home. As a full-time REALTOR® since 2004, helping buyers find the perfect gem is a genuine passion of mine. It can get discouraging looking on your own but I have the inside scoop to find the perfect home for your family.
Windsor-Essex real estate offers homebuyers an exceptional selection of waterfront property options with fantastic water views. Waterfront properties range from single-family homes and townhomes, to upscale condos, expansive estates, and everything in between. With an abundance of lakefront lots, homebuyers are certain to find the perfect place to call home on the water.
I not only pride myself on professionalism and knowledge, but also my ability to use my broad experience of both the industry and the region to get the results my clients expect, and deserve.
The Waterfront Trail starts right here in Lakeshore, Ontario and stretches all the way to Quebec. Stretching over 1400 km along the Canadian shores of Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, Lake St. Clair and the Niagara, Detroit and St. Lawrence Rivers, the Waterfront Trail connects 67 communities and over 182 parks and natural features. Over the years, the Trail has served as a catalyst for the regeneration of Lake Ontario and has become a much loved and well-used fitness, recreation and tourism attraction.Find Out More