St. Thomas

Located in Southern Ontario just north of Lake Erie, St. Thomas is a vibrant city that is home to just over 40,000 residents. Widely known as the “Railway Capital of Canada”, St. Thomas was founded in 1881 and was the location of several important railways in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Since its inception, 26 railways have passed through the area since the first one was completed in 1856.

Today, the city continues to grow and evolve as many new companies and industries have flocked to Elgin County and was named by MoneySense Magazine as one of the “Best Places To Live In Canada” in 2018.

Located just over two hours away from downtown Toronto, there are countless activities and attractions for both tourists and residents to enjoy. The city has managed to maintain plenty of coziness and charm while also providing countless amenities usually found in larger urban areas – Entertainment, arts, shopping, hiking, food – the list goes on and on. It also has a recently upgraded Hospital that now includes new emergency care facilities, surgical and operating room facilities, and mental health facilities.

For the golf enthusiast out there, St. Thomas is home to many critically-acclaimed 18 hole golf courses. There are a wide variety of public and private options available depending on personal preferences and budget. Some excellent private courses include the St. Thomas Golf & Country Club, which offers a world-class playing AND social experience, Redtail Golf Club, and Kettle Creek Golf & Country Club.

If you’re considering relocating to St. Thomas, ON I highly recommend reaching out to Rob James today! In a competitive market in an extremely popular city, you will need a seasoned negotiator and highly attentive realtor by your side. With our help, you will learn the ins and outs of St. Thomas while also figuring out how to get the most out of living in such a vibrant and fun city.