Welcome to Cramahe Township
Port Hope is known for its charming small-town atmosphere, friendly community, and beautiful natural surroundings. On the shores of Lake Ontario, with the picturesque Ganaraska River flowing through the downtown core and a hilly topography provides the approximate 16,500 residents and visitors with postcard views.
Port Hope is also known for its well-preserved historic architecture, including many Victorian and Edwardian homes and buildings. The downtown area is home to a variety of independent shops, restaurants, and cafes, which provide residents with plenty of options for shopping, dining, and entertainment and is acclaimed for being the best-preserved 19th-century streetscape in Ontario.
Modern amenities in a charming setting.
Cramahe Real Estate Statistics
Here’s a summary of last year’s (2022) real estate stats for the Cramahe Township. These stats have been calculated using the Northumberland local Real Estate Board’s MLS system and consists of residential sales that have one kitchen (single family homes, including condos), one plus bedroom(s) and one plus bathroom(s).
108 single family residential sales in 2022.
Average selling price of the 108 sales in 2022 was $760,440.
There were 17 sales for $1,000,000 or more in 2022.
There were 5 sales for $1,250,000 or more in 2022.
There was 1 sale for $1,500,000 or more in 2022.
The highest sale price in Cramahe for a single family home in 2022 was $1,625,000.
Cramahe Community Resources
A few interesting links for Cramahe Township
Cramahe Township FAQs
Here’s a great start to some of my favourite places to eat in Port Hope:
Olympus Burger: Located on 55 Mill Street, South. Featured on Food Network’s You Gotta Eat Here, people travel from far to catch a freshly made in house burger and side – and they become repeat customers… There’s just no down side to this restaurant.
Jim’s Pizza & Pasta: Serving Port Hope since 1970. Be prepared to have a new favourite pizza joint if you should decide to eat in or take-out from Jim’s at 22 Walton Street. It’s a challenge to walk past this restaurant and not be drawn in by the aroma of pizza’s in the oven and by memories of your most recent Jim’s pizza.
The Schnitzel Shack: If you’re looking for takeout and Traditional German Schnitzel will satisfy the tastebuds, The Schnitzel Shack on 3 Toronto Road will give you a number of mouthwatering options. The portion sizes are generous and my personal favourite is the Hunter Schnitzel meal… well… I also really like the Parmesan Schnitzel meal also… well…
Port Hope’s fine art scene is diverse and flourishing, with a strong focus on supporting local artists and promoting creativity and innovation.
Some of the galleries include: The Northumberland Arts Gallery and Shop, Inuit Fine Art and Ganaraska Art & Framing – just to get you started. I can’t leave out Primitive Designs which has an 8,000 square foot gallery full of unusual antiques and handcrafted items that have been curated from around the world.
Many Port Hope Artists also participate in the annual Northumberland Hills Studio Tour which is a self-guided tour taking place each September.
Port Hope is approximately a 25 minute drive to Peterborough, 1 hour drive to Toronto, 1 hour and 20 minute drive to Kingston and a 3 hour drive to Ottawa.
Built by Famous Players in 1930, this historic theatre is the venue for music concerts, films and live theatre. Check out the website for their full calendar of diverse events.