Cramahe Real Estate Community

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Northumberland County

Welcome to Cramahe Township

The first step to knowing if Cramahe real estate is the right fit for you, is to learn about the community.

Founded by Vermont Empire Loyalists in 1792, Cramahe Township has a rich historical background, and the charming Village of Colborne showcases a distinctive “main square” layout from the late 1790’s. Cramahe Township offers rolling hills, orchards, farms for picking produce, vintage stores, cafes, restaurants, campgrounds, riding stables, fishing, boating, and nature trails.

The Big Apple Theme Park is easily identifiable by Mr. Applehead, the worlds largest apple-shaped structure (40 feet tall and 38 feet wide); a welcoming landmark guiding people from far and wide to their delicious pies, cakes, tarts, petting zoo, mini-golf, children’s playground and much more.

Cramahe Township provides a unique combination of historical significance, tourist attractions, and economic development, making it an appealing place to live.

Find additional and detailed information by clicking this handy link to the Township of Cramahe website

The Township of Cramahe real estate resulted in 161 single family residential sales in 2023 with an average selling price of $675,848. Check out the Cramahe real estate stats below for more specific and interesting sales statistics which include the most recent three year trends.

If you’re looking for a Real Estate Agent to connect with, specializing in listing, selling and working with both sellers and buyers for residential and luxury properties in the Township of Cramahe, you can read more About me on this page and you can Contact me through the webform, email or call/text my personal cell 289-251-2947.

The Cramahe Sign is elegantly presented with a rustic wooden backdrop and bold lettering, flanked by Canadian flags and natural scenery, welcoming visitors to this historic community in Ontario.

Cramahe Community Resources

A few interesting links for the Township of Cramahe

  • Colborne Art Gallery

    An artist-run co-operative featuring contemporary visual art by members and guests. 51 King Street, East, Colborne (905) 355-1798

  • The Big Apple

    Pies, breads, pastries, petting zoo, mini-golf and activity for children. 262 Orchard Rd. , Colborne (905) 355-2574

  • Old Mill Alpacas

    Alpaca tours by appointment only and events venue. 13557 Little Lake Road, Colborne (905) 269-4402

Cramahe Real Estate FAQs

  • Pomona Ristorante located on 43 King Street, East, Colborne. Open Wednesday to Saturday 5pm to 8:30pm. This is surely a Colborne jewel, but you better make a reservation; food this good is popular.

  • The Wing House has a number of restaurants across Ontario and it’s for good reason. You can find them at 28 King Street, East, Colborne. Try not to get stuck on just one great flavour – they have so many… .

There are a number of pleasant surprises to be found in Cramahe Township and one of them is the fine art displayed from local and guest artists at the Colborne Art Gallery.

The Colborne Art Gallery is open from March through December on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 12pm to 4pm.

The hub of Cramahe Township would be the village of Colborne’s downtown square. From there it is an approximately a 50 minute drive to Peterborough, 1 hour and 30 minute drive to Toronto, 1 hour and 5 minute drive to Kingston and a 2 hour and 40 minute drive to Ottawa.

The Big Apple is famously know for there pies and all sorts of apple products; from breads and pastries to sauces, jellies, beverages, candies and the list goes on… . There’s no shortage of maple products as well.

There’s also no shortage of seasonal activities for the family; including mini-golf, children’s carousel and train rides and petting zoo.