Homes in King
Homebuyers should note that at the time of writing Schomberg is the only community in King Township that offers full municipal services. Schomberg has a nice collection of heritage homes that line its Main Street. This community also contains a large number of ranch-style and split-level houses built in the 1960s and 70s, and more recently built new home subdivisions. King Township’s two other urban centres: King City and Nobleton have municipal water service, but rely on private septic systems. King City has the largest number of new home subdivisions in King Township. These homes range from modest detached homes, to the Kings Cross Estates, which is a collection of estate homes built at the north-end of King City.
Nobleton also has a diverse housing stock with some heritage homes, mixed together with ranch-style bungalows and estate homes.
King Township’s vast rural countryside is known for its Estate Home subdivisions. These subdivisions have their own internal road system, as well as private water and septic systems. These awe-inspiring mansions are situated mostly on 2 acre lots or larger. Many of these estate home subdivisions are associated with golf courses.