Park-like acre setting backs on to protected conservation land and Speed River
Back gate of fully-fenced yard opens to St. Ignatius Old Growth Forest Walking Trails
60 X 20-ft elevated cedar deck with aluminum/glass railings off main floor great room/kitchen, overlooks forest (Replaced 2015)
Custom stone koi pond with cascading waterfall
Interlocking brick paver driveway, courtyard and pathways front and back
Professionally landscaped acre with 30+ year old trees
Rainbird EXP LS Plus 18 stage irrigation system
Fully serviced, screened, 12 X 20 ft octagonal gazebo
Stone fire pit designed to centre 80 X 30 ft winter skating rink
Guelph is known as “The Royal City”. In 1827, founder John Galt named the city of in honour of the British Royal family descended from the house of Guelph.
Guelph Lake Conservation Park is 1,600-hectares surrounded by a reservoir that was created with the construction of the Guelph Dam in 1974. The park has two beaches, camping and picnic areas, fishing, sailing, canoeing and kayaking. It is home to the annual Hillside Festival, and well as the Subaru Triathlon Series. The Island Stage is also available for concerts, theatre performances, weddings and other events.
Guelph has over 70 km of trails for walking, hiking or biking.
The University of Guelph est. 1964, is home over 32,000 students and is ranked 4th in the world for its veterinary medicine program. The faculty holds 39 Canada Research Chair positions in the areas of natural sciences, engineering, health sciences and social sciences.
The Basilica of Our Lady Immaculate was erected between 1875 and 1883, and took over 50 years to be fully completed. It was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1990, and appointed to basilica status by Pope Francis on December 8, 2014.
The River Run Performing Arts Centre is situated on the banks of the beautiful Speed River in historic downtown Guelph, and stages theatre, musical performances, plays and much more.
Guelph enjoys one of the lowest unemployment rates in Canada. In 2016, Stats Canada placed Guelph second on the list of cities for highest full-time employment.
Stats Canada 2015 Crime Severity Index placed Guelph as one of the top 10 safest cities in Canada.
Guelph is in the Grand River watershed and is located above two aquifers which provide the city with high quality water and is one of the largest Canadian cities to rely almost exclusively on groundwater for its drinking water supply.
Guelph has been selected as set locations for many movie and television productions including American Gods (2017), Total Recall (2012), Dream House (2011), The Heretics (2017), Dead Rush (2016) and Murdoch Mysteries (2013 & 2015).
Guelph residents enjoy many festivals throughout the year including the widely-acclaimed Guelph Jazz Festival held each year in September.
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