Welcome to Chatsworth, Grey County
Chatsworth is home to an immense amount of natural beauty with plenty of opportunities to “get back to nature”. With its quiet, peaceful atmosphere, visiting Chatsworth is described as taking a step back in time with its significant Amish community and its strong emphasis on farming and agriculture.
Chatsworth is a township in Grey County, Ontario that is home to an immense amount of natural beauty with many rivers, streams, inland lakes, rolling landscapes of hills and rocks, the Niagara Escarpment, and the beautiful Walter’s Falls. A quick drive will take you to William’s Lake and McCullough Lake where you can enjoy great boating, fishing, and swimming.
If you want to check out one of the biggest and best farmer’s markets in the area, head to the Keady Livestock Market on a Tuesday morning. Located just 10 minutes west of Chatsworth on Grey Road 3, the market has over 250 vendors. Here you’ll find locally grown vegetables and fruits as well as other specialty items. The market also hosts a livestock auction starting at 9 a.m., which is fascinating to watch. It opens every Tuesday at 7 a.m. and closes around 2 p.m.
Nellie McClung was born in Chatsworth in 1873. McClung was a feminist, politician, and social activist who helped Canadian women get the right to vote as well as be identified under the term “person”. Recently, McClung was on the long list of Canadian women who may be featured on a new Canadian banknote to commemorate 150 years since Confederation.
Chatsworth has all the amenities you may need such as banks, a post office, and two hospitals less than 25 minutes away. There are plenty of small businesses such as restaurants, cafes and shops located throughout the town. Close by is Owen Sound which has a great variety of stores, boutiques, department stores, large supermarkets, cinemas, and fine dining. Chatsworth is the perfect option if you want to enjoy country living and lifestyle without sacrificing any convenience.
With such a variety of activities and points of interest from exploring the outdoors to learn about local history, Chatsworth has something in store for everyone. Add in the short distance to Owen Sound and it is clear to see why Chatsworth draws people in from near and far to visit and live! It’s only a 1.5-hour drive from Kitchener/Waterloo and a 2-hour drive from the GTA!
Chatsworth Community Profile
July Chatsworth Real Estate Market Report
The Municipality of Chatsworth saw 17 listings added to the market this month, the same number as in June, and more than twice the number listed in July 2021.The number of homes sold fell by 73% in July compared to last month, and by 70% year over year. The Municipality of Chatsworth had a big change in the listing to sales ratio, moving from 60-40 in June to 85-15 in July. With far more listings than sales recorded, the Municipality of Chatsworth’s months of inventory was 4 times higher in July than in June, sitting at 16. At this time last year, the municipality had 3 months of inventory listed. The average sale price for a home in the Municipality of Chatsworth slipped 10% lower this month, falling to $630,000 from $700,000 in June.