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Paisley Real Estate and Homes for Sale

As real estate agents who specialize in Paisley, let us be your guides to what Paisley Ontario has to offer as a neighbourhood to finding homes for sale in the area.

Known as the "Village of Bridges", Paisley is located at the union of the Teeswater and the Saugeen Rivers in the municipality of Arran-Elderslie. Surrounded by rich farmland, rolling hills and crisp, clear water, the village is perfect for the sports enthusiast. There are four riverfront access points for canoeing, kayaking and fishing, as well as several scenic walking and biking trails. Sports are a year round passion in Paisley with snowshoeing, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing popular activities for the active winter athlete.

Paisley was settled in 1851 when Simon Orchard and Samuel Rowe loaded their family and belongings onto a raft in Walkerton and floated down the Saugeen River in search of a place to call home. They settled at the spot where the Teeswater and Saugeen Rivers meet and were later joined by other family members. The village was first known as Mud River but the name was changed in 1872 in honour of a town in Scotland where many of the settlers first lived.

Today, the village maintains its close-knit feeling with a vibrant mix of family-owned shops and businesses. In keeping with its spirit of community, volunteers from the Paisley Chamber of Commerce put out a monthly newspaper called The Paisley Advocate filled with local articles, photographs and event information. While the village may be small, service clubs, churches and recreational groups such as the Horticultural Society offer plenty of opportunities to socialize.

If you are looking for a home in a community where you can greet your neighbours by name, Paisley is the place to be. Its scenic waterfront area, quaint business district and friendly residents make Paisley a special place to live, whether you are looking for farmland, a stately Victorian home or a vacation property.

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Paisley Neighbourhood Events

A visit to Paisley is not complete without exploring the area. Experience what makes Paisley a vibrant place to live by taking in an event.

2018 Bruce County Heritage Farm Show
A Fun filled weekend for all. Lifestyle program, Crafts & Flea Market, Beef BBQ, Kiddies Tractor Pull, Teen Obstacle Course, Antique Vehicles, Horse Plowing Demos, working displays including a Steam Shovel, Sawmill, Shingle making, a Tractor Pull, Model Trains, live entertainment in the auditorium, a Tractor Parade, Corn Roasts, & much more. Located 2.5 km south of Paisley on County Road 3. August 17th for 3 days

2018 Paisley Santa Clause Parade
Come watch Santa make his way down Queen Street. November 23rd for 1 day

162nd Paisley Fall Fair
Theme for 2018 is Home Grown and Home Made. The entire family will enjoy the famous heavy horse show, 4-H beef & dairy invitational shows, homemade food, interactive games, Agricultural Education tent, live musical entertainment & interesting exhibits. Feel the small town exuberance & warm hospitality! Once into Paisley, follow signs to Rotary Park, located along the Saugeen River. September 9th for 1 day

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