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Woodstock - The Dairy Capital of Canada

Woodstock to London 27 miles
Woodstock to Brantford 28 miles
Woodstock to Kitchener 36 miles
Woodstock to Hamilton 48 miles
Woodstock to Port Rowen 41.5 miles
Woodstock to Mississauga 72 miles


1) 701-791 Garden Court Crescent 2) 450 Lakeview Drive 3) 500 Lakeview Drive 4) 594,598,602 Durham Cresc 5) 928 Lorene Street 6) 2-50 Marlboro Crt 7) 43-47-51-55 Blandford Crescent 8) 75,85,95,105 Springbank Ave 9) 1051-1065 Nellis Street 10) 1093,1115,1135 Nellis Street 11) 1189,1193 Nellis Street 12) 1201,1215,1227 Nellis Street 13) 247,251,255,259 Lansdowne Ave 14) 240,246,252,258 Lansdowne Ave 15) 366-400 Springbank Ave 16) 395-407 Springbank Ave 17) 43-65 Hiawatha Road 18) 46 Conestoga Road 19) 56-60-64 Hiawatha Road 20) 458-486 Springbank Ave 21) 447-463, 469-529 Springbank Ave / 70-82 Hiawatha Road 22) 615-701 Lansdowne Ave 23) 53 Herons Landing 24) 540, 558-586 Spitfire Street; 768-792 Anzio Road; 701-705 Bristol 25) 568 – 580 Hummingbird Crescent 26) Neighbourhoods of Devonshire 27) Village of Sally Creek 28) 100-130 Wedgewood Drive 29) 632-676 Baldwin Crescent 30) 201-241, 202-210, 216-228, 232-240 Palmer Lane 31) 500-508, 512-520, 524-532 Palmer Lane 32) 38-46 Vansittart Avenue 33) 35,39,59 Blandford Street 34) 1040-1060 Canfield Crescent 35) 1401-1413, 1433-1445, 1449-1461 Dunkirk Avenue 36) 247 Munnoch Blvd 37) 273 Riddel Street

Let's start with the obvious. North Woodstock is blessed with the natural beauties of "The Pittock Conservation Area" and northern surrounding farmlands. In 1967 the Pittock Dam was built on the south branch of the Thames River for flood control purposes. In doing so, a wonderful lake was formed.

North Woodstock offers condos backing onto farmer's fields, condos overlooking a Golf Course, condos overlooking parks with tennis courts and condos near the walking trails around The Pittock Conservation area. North Woodstock is a relaxing area void of major commercial and industrial activities.

New visitors to town are delighted with North Central Woodstock's classic old buildings including its Town Hall, Market Building, Churches, Court House and Armoury. Most noteworthy are the areas north of Dundas Street and east of Vansittart Avenue, with wonderful parks and old world tree line streets. This area is very much reminiscent in many ways of "Old Walkerville" in the City of Windsor.

Whether you are just starting out or are starting to slow down, you will be pleasantly surprised by the greenery and the abundance of "lifestyle" amenities found here.

Welcome to North Woodstock.