Puslinch Real Estate

Puslinch is a township in south-central Ontario, Canada, in the County of Wellington, south of Guelph. The area is rich in natural gas resources. The main source of production is agricultural, bottling and mining. Mining has been dominant throughout the county. About half of the township is forested, and a conservation area lies to the southwest. Near the western edge of the township, just outside of Cambridge, Ontario is Puslinch Lake, the largest kettle lake in North America.The township was named after Puslinch House in Devon, England, where Elizabeth Yonge, the wife of Lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada Sir John Colborne, was born.The township includes the communities of Aberfoyle, Aikensville, Arkell, Badenoch, Barbers Beach, Corwhin, Crieff, Killean, Little Lake, Morriston and Puslinch.Aberfoyle is the administrative centre for Puslinch Township and is home to the municipality's administrative offices and fire station. It is located at the headwaters of Mill Creek, approximately ten kilometres south of Guelph. Aberfoyle was first settled in the 1840s and is named for Aberfoyle, Scotland. It is famous for its spring water Aberfoyle Spring Water, which is bottled from Aberfoyle (formerly Aberfoyle Spring Water Company). Nestlé bought the company in 2002.Other features include an elementary school (Aberfoyle Public School) and the Aberfoyle Mill, a popular restaurant.
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Puslinch Listings Summary

Puslinch - Town vs. Region Stats

Avg Price in Puslinch: $2,789,600 / Region Avg $1,029,200


Avg Sq. Ft. in Puslinch: 3,333 / Region Avg 1,710


Avg Price per/sqft in Puslinch:$837 / Region Avg $602


Avg Walkscore in Puslinch: 12 / Region Avg 50


Avg Year Built in Puslinch: 1999 / Region Avg 1997


Avg Days on Website in Puslinch: 91 / Region Avg 40


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