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People who live in Port Stanley, or who vacation there regularly, care little about what the beaches of Lake Huron are like. "The Port", population 2,500 people, is a fishing village on the northern shore of Lake Erie. People from the town of St. Thomas, 13 kilometres to the north and people from the city of London, 34 kilometres also to the north, have being frequenting "The Port" for years.

What makes "The Port" so unique? There are two things, the wonderful beaches and the character of the village. There are fishing boats which go out daily into the lake and there are literally hundreds of cottages built mostly in the "20's, 30's, 40's and 50's which line the beaches and hug every inch of available nearby hillsides. Living near water is where so many people now want to be.

People frequent "The Port" for its fine dining experiences, it's shopping, pubs, sailing and golfing. It's slowly transforming itself in a delightful way into something of a mini "Bayfield". ("Bayfield" is on Lake Huron about 80 km north-west of London). Things are changing. A new town pier was built in 2016 and 2017 and additional parklands were developed on both sides of the mouth of Kettle Creek. The new subdivisions of "Little Creek" and "Sunset Bluffs" have helped to bring new people into the community. Now happening in 2020 - 2022 are two additional new subdivisions. "Domus Development" is working on East Street south of the water tower on a project to be called "Landings – Port Stanley" and "Wastell Homes" have plans for "Kokomo Beach Club" on George Street.

Peter Daoust here, Broker at Remax Advantage Realty Inc with over thirty years of full time real estate experience in London, St. Thomas and Port Stanley. I can assist you with all your real estate needs.