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1) 24 Sydenham Street 2) 199 Talbot Street West 3) 201–213 Talbot Street West 4) 214 South Street 5) 22 Linwood Drive 6) 1-23 William Drive 7) 91 Spruce Street 8) 85 Front Street 9) Willowdale, Pine View, Cedarville, Poplar and Maple Avenue

Southwestern Ontario is dotted with a number of wonderful small towns, each with a slightly different personality.

Aylmer, population 7,000 is 20 km south of Hwy 401, 16 km east of St. Thomas and 16 km north of Port Bruce on Lake Erie. Having easy access to the beaches, lakeside cliffs and fishing in Lake Erie is, for many, a welcomed reprieve.

Aylmer is known for its wildlife management areas, its parks, museums, farmer’s markets, fruit farms and gift shops. Its fair in August has run since 1846. Downtown Aylmer has some wonderful walking trails along with Catfish Creek and it has a number of popular “speciality shops” which attracts both local and out of town people.

Is Aylmer big on condo living? Well the recent conversion of an apartment building on Spruce Street into condos and the recent construction of the new “Aylmer Trillium Park” condo building downtown helps to prove that Aylmer is a community where people want to be.

Small town living, friendly people, upscale shopping, downtown walking trails and reasonable home and condo pricings! Why not rediscover what Aylmer now has to offer?

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