Downsizing Experts Owen Sound
Downsizing in Owen Sound
Owen Sound Profile
Owen Sound Amenities
Rightsizing in Owen Sound offers the best of both urban amenities and outdoor activities and of course, water activities including sailing, boating and public beaches on the pristine waters of Georgian Bay.
You’re never far away from the water in Owen Sound, home to some of Ontario’s best sportfishing plus several waterfalls, including the 20 m braided Inglis Falls and several falls in nearby Harris Park.
Home to the Ontario Hockey League’s ‘Attack’, this modest city of 22, 000 boasts several bistros, down-home diners, bakeries, supermarkets, and a variety of international cuisines in the city’s historic downtown area.
Owen Sound also boasts a complete medical infrastructure including a modern hospital, several wellness spas and massage therapists. For those looking for outdoor adventure, Owen Sound has its’ own sandy, shallow beach, Kelso Beach Park in the heart of the city, as well as countless hiking, snowshoeing and snowmobiling trails along the Niagara Escarpment.
For those seeking arts and culture, Owen Sound is home to a surprising number of cultural spaces including the Billy Bishop Home & Museum, the Tom Thomson Art Gallery and several artists spaces including the Artists’ Co-op, Gallery de Boer, Santa Fe Gallery, Grey Gallery, and the 2nd Avenue Gallery. Owen Sound is also home to the world’s oldest Emancipation Festival, dating back to 1862, celebrating those who made the Underground Railroad possible.
Transitioning your lifestyle to Owen Sound means having all the amenities of a larger city at your disposal, with the charm of a quintessential historic Ontario small city.
Our services are a hassle-free way of downsizing in Owen Sound. We can help you get started with a one-on-one consultation. It’s the best way for us to understand how to put together a personalized transition plan that fits your new life in Owen Sound. Contacting us is easy. Once you do, you can start imagining your new life where the Niagara Escarpment meets Georgian Bay.