There’s no denying that these are exciting times for Centre Wellington. Take a drive around our boundaries and through our core areas and the signs of voracious growth are obvious.
We are well into the new year, and we all know what a difference a year can make. Taking a look at how the real estate market started out in 2017 and comparing it to this year –
The anticipation is palpable and hardly bearable as the Elora Mill restoration and renovation nears its’ much-lauded completion. Weddings are booked firmly and irrevocably from June through to the fall.
To my surprise and a bit to my dismay, when I bought my first house it was not in The Ward.
For those of you who read my blogs and follow my social media, it won’t be a surprise to discover that I hands down adore Centre Wellington.
Living somewhere you feel safe and accepted is important. This is true for most people, but this is especially true for people in the LGBTQ+ community.