Welcome to Chatsworth
With its quiet, peaceful atmosphere, visiting Chatsworth can be described as taking a step back in time with its significant Amish community and its strong emphasis on farming and agriculture. Chatsworth is a township in Grey County, Ontario that is home to an immense amount of natural beauty with many rivers, streams, Walter’s Falls, inland lakes, rolling landscapes of hills and rocks, the Niagara Escarpment, as well as many forests. A very short drive away, William’s Lake and McCullough Lake are home to great boating, fishing and swimming. Chatsworth also hosts one of the biggest & best farmer’s markets in the area: Keady Livestock Market on Tuesday mornings.
Chatsworth Community Profile
January Real Estate Market Report
While the Municipality of Chatsworth saw a 100% increase in the number of new listings from last month, it is down 25% compared to January of last year. The number of properties sold is up with a 25% increase from last month and saw a 67% increase compared to January 2019 with the highest number of sales being in the 2-3 hundred thousand range.
Holland-Chatsworth Central School – Holland Centre
West Hill Secondary School – Owen Sound
Grey Roots Museum and Archives – Georgian Bluffs
Owen Sound & North Grey Union Public Library – Owen Sound
Centre Grey General Hospital – Markdale
Grey Bruce Health Services – Owen Sound
History of Chatsworth
Chatsworth is a township in Grey County, located in South-Western Ontario that was formed in 2000 by amalgamating Holland Township, Sydenham Township and the village of Chatsworth.The history is Chatsworth is found in it’s small villages and hamlets that make up this rich community. The village of Chatsworth at the junction of Highways 6 and 10, was settled in 1842 when a tavern was built by a man named Coyer…