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Here you’ll find everything you need to find your new home in South Windsor. Spend all the time you need to get acquainted with South Windsor Real Estate, get information on homes for sale, find out how to buy a home in South Windsor and Much More!

Why South Windsor is a Great Place to Live!

This quaint community is an established neighbourhood belonging to the City of Windsor. This area is home to approximately 3,000 people- many of whom are school-aged families. It is situated along the Detroit River and opposite the US city of Detroit. It is bordered by the Herb Gray Parkway to the West, Cabana Road to the South, Division Road to the East and E.C. Row Expressway to the North.
South Windsor is picturesque! Mature trees line the streets, there is plenty of green space and parks and even a golf course in the centre! Many of the homes in South Windsor were built in the 1950’s and are a pleasing blend of ranch style homes along with newer designs.
Two of the highest rated schools in Ontario are located in South Windsor! There are a number of public, private and Catholic elementary, middle and senior schools including those with French Immersion as well as the International Baccalaureate® (IB) program.
There are dining options to whet every appetite- from coffee shops to fast-food to deli’s to family style diners to pubs to five star restaurants.

Tour the Canadian Club Brand Centre (and taste!). Everyone knows that Canadian Club is a brand of Canadian Whiskey. But what many people don’t know is that it was founded in Windsor and you can tour the historic site.

Shop! With South Windsor being a border community, it is a shopper’s haven. There are duty free shops, outlet malls, specialty shops and shopping malls that will please any shopaholic.

Take a walk through the historic neighbourhood of Ford City.


Golf or curl at the Roseland Golf and Curling Club. The facility comprises an 18-hole, Donald Ross designed, championship golf course, a challenging 9-hole Par 3 and a 6-sheet curling rink.

Ojibway Nature Centre, Dieppe Gardens, Sculpture Park and the Riverfront are all highly rated attractions within minutes of the community. You can also try your luck at Caesar’s Casino!

Call me and I’ll happily take you for a tour through this picturesque community!

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What to do in and around South Windsor

Yes, there is a beach in Windsor! It is at the mouth of the Detroit River on the northeast corner of the city. Sandpoint Beach is backed by a gorgeous park- perfect for relaxing, sunbathing and picnicking. Or be active on a hot summer day windsurfing, boarding or swimming. There are also barbeque areas, volleyball courts and shady treed areas, as well as ice cream stands and other concession booths.

Cross the Ambassador Bridge to Detroit! The two cities enjoy a close relationship- so much so that every July there is the Windsor-Detroit International Freedom Festival, hosted by both cities. The festival is held during both Canada Day (July 1st) and the Fourth of July. It features one of the world’s biggest fireworks displays.

Hangout at Peche Island. This 36-hectare island sits on the Canadian side of the Detroit River, is completely uninhabited, but is open to the public for day trips. On the island there are beaches, trails and picnic areas. It also boasts spectacular views of Detroit.