Grand Bend Real Estate

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About Grand Bend, Ontario

Grand Bend Real Estate

As a lakeshore community Grand Bend offers plenty of options whether you’re in search of a peaceful retirement home, full-time year-round residence, seasonal cottage or as a commercial or residential investment.

 Our 2020 MLS market snapshot is below.  To receive information about the current market or for a specific neighbourhood or property type give us a call.

Residential – A total of 110 residential homes sold in the Grand Bend market area.  Sale prices ranged from $85,000 for a trailer in a leased land park to $2,150,000 for a waterfront lot with a 4-bedroom 2 bath vintage (1944) cottage.  From newly constructed homes to those passed on through generations the options are significant.

Ten percent of the homes sold were condominiums while nearly 40% were low to mid-price range homes located on leased land.  The balance of just over 50% of homes were of the more common place freehold variety.

Vacant Land – Residential building lots while not in abundance are still available.  Sixteen lots were sold in 2020 ranging from $200,000 to $974,900 in sale price.

Commercial – Only 9 properties were listed and sold in 2020.  They ranged in sale price from $540,000 for a former bakery with 2nd floor residential living to $2,500,000 for the sale of a landmark Grand Bend hotel.

Family & Lifestyle

Grand Bend is the greatest beach town in Ontario but it is so much more than that.  Back in the early to mid-1800’s Grand Bend was an isolated lumber and fishing community.  That all changed at the turn of the 20th century and it wasn’t long before The Bend began to flourish.  Today you will find almost everything you need within walking distance.

Main Street is alive and full of energy from the Spring to late fall providing boutique shopping, vibrant eateries and recreational activities for those so inclined.  Known for its cultural heritage you will be amazed with local art galleries and live theatre at the Huron Country Playhouse.  A different cultural phenomenon rages just outside of town limits at the Grand Bend Motorplex where they play host to the International Hot Rod Association with Canada’s longest running and largest drag race park.

Residents come from all over North America whether seasonal or year round.  For those who call Grand Bend home they are not wanting for all the comforts that life has to offer.  Your children are well looked after in town as well as when they reach the age to be bussed to nearby communities for the later grades.  Grand Bend hosts several health centers for day-to-day care and full hospital services are within 20 minutes or so in an emergency.  

Grand Bend has a year round population of about 2,000 residents and the seasonal population can bring that to over 50,000 on those long summer months and weekends.  While not always shining Grand Bend enjoys more than its share.  Average daytime highs from May through September typically range from 18° C to 26° C (64 to 79° F).

Walk the beach or the trails, bike the paths and country roads or navigate the waterways with your canoe, kayak, sail or other watercraft, swing at one of the nearby golf courses or from the old oak in front of your home or simply sit and watch the greatest sunsets that nature has to offer.

Valuable Links


County of Lambton 

Municipality of Lambton Shores  

Grand Bend Tourism  


Grand Bend Public School

 Lambton Shores Education


Grand Bend Area Community Health Centre

South Huron Medical Centre & Hospital Association

Grand Bend Dental & Health Centre  


 Grand Bend Fitness Centre      

 Oakwood Resort Golf 

White Squirrel Golf Club     

Pinery Provincial Park 

Grand Bend Yacht Club

Grand Bend – Life’s a Beach

 A Sampling of Our Commerce

The Lake Hound    

Midori Sushi            

F.I.N.E. a Restaurant 

Oakwood Resort  

Sobey’s Grand Bend 

Shopping in Grand Bend