Houses for sale in Rockwood

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Located on Highway 7 (Main Street) between Acton and the City of Guelph, Rockwood is a vibrant and attractive community to live, work and visit!

Whether you’re visiting the nearby Rockwood Conservation Area or just passing through, we encourage you to stop and shop at the many businesses located in Rockwood.

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For sale $699,900
houses for sale in rockwood, Ontario

132 Princess Street

Rockwood, Ontario

3 Bedroom 1 Bathroom 1334
Welcome to 132 Princess Street located in one of Rockwoods most sought-after neighbourhoods with a large 66 x 132-foot mature lot, close to parks and schools. This quaint three-bedroom bungalow was retrofitted in 2017 to accommodate full Wheelchair access with an entry ramp, roll-in shower, and grab bars. Today it is just in need of your own personal touch including the basement with side entrance to be finished to your liking if needed. The large backyard hosts a huge deck that can be accessed from both the Kitchen and Primary bedroom. This property is perfect for a young growing family or a senior(s) looking for a home suitable for their long-term needs. (id:40958)
Homes for sale in Rockwood
For sale $3,495,000
houses for sale in rockwood, Ontario

5487 3rd Line

Rockwood, Ontario

5 Bedroom 4 Bathroom 5494.6800
The long tree lined driveway surrounded by open meadows & walking trails, winds its way along to the charming red roof horse barn & follows through the trees to the most magnificent country home I have ever seen with amazing views of the countryside. This is your 51 acre sanctuary away from all the stresses of day-to-day life. Lovingly crafted custom built 4673 sq.ft. ecological home offers post and beam construction, strawbale insulation, passive solar windows & geothermal heating. Main FL Master w 5 pc wshm, W/I closet, the best sun rises you have ever seen plus sitting area and W/O to private hot tub. The Gourmet kitchen will satisfy even the most deserving chef w large centre island, BKFT bar, sky lights, coffee/ bar, cozy window seat & W/O to covered front porch for stunning summer sunsets. Cozy L/R W wood stove is great for evenings in front of the fire w an easy transition to the D/R for entertaining or family get togethers. The F/R features a spacious entertaining area with home theatre & plenty of space for the growing family and friends to gather. 2nd floor with exposed post and beams allows a catwalk to secluded yoga area & short walk to sep 2 B/R plus sitting area & 4 pc wshm. The legal 2-bedroom apartment is an amazing addition for family & friends to visit & relax in their own suite w a sep entrance & balcony. The third floor can be yours alone for a private office or library. The choice is yours! (id:40958)
Homes for sale in Rockwood
For sale $649,900
houses for sale in rockwood, Ontario

122 Main Street S

Rockwood, Ontario

3 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 2125
A Great Opportunity to Live where you Work and Work where you Live! This property offers a 1750 sq. ft. 3 Bedroom house + a 300 sg. ft. Storefront and office area. Right in the heart of Rockwood with high traffic exposure and street parking! Only 20 minutes to Milton and the 401 and 10 minutes to Guelph. Vacant and easy to arrange a showing, come see it before it's gone! (id:40958)
Homes for sale in Rockwood

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The 200-acre park is located in the heart of Rockwood, the urban centre of the Township of Guelph/Eramosa in Wellington County. “If you talk about the biggest strength in this community, it’s the Rockwood Conservation Area,” says Mayor Chris White.

Rockwood’s population hovered around 900 for years but began to grow in the 1980s. Today, about 5,500 of the Township’s 13,000 residents call the community home. Lured by attractive housing prices and a slower pace of life, many relocated from Brampton, Mississauga and Milton. But some agricultural families can trace their roots back to the 1820s, when Quaker settlers began to arrive.