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Campbellford is a small town in Northumberland County,
Ontario, Canada, in the Municipality of Trent Hills. Located at 44°18′N
77°48′WCoordinates: 44°18′N 77°48′W, Campbellford lies approximately midway
between Toronto and Ottawa. It is situated on both the Trent-Severn Waterway
and the Trans Canada Trail. It can be reached from Highway 401 by exiting at
Brighton (Exit 509) and going north on County Road 30. It can be reached from
Highway 7 at the Havelock exit going south (also on County Road 30). Campbellford
is surrounded by prime agricultural land which is home to many farms. In recent
years, some of the town's agricultural sector has diversified into
non-traditional areas such as bison farming, rare breeds farming and there are
many horse farms in the area. The town has a farmers' market that is open two
days a week in the summer. -from the pages of Wikipedia
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Date: September 20 - 24, 2017 Web site: www.lindsayex.comHighlights: Livestock Shows, 4-H, Horse Pull, Demo Derby, Concerts, Truck/Tractor Pulls, Homecrafts, Jr. Arts, Midway, Children’s Activity Centre, Ambassador Competition, Parade, Vendors. Contact InformationPhone: 705-324-5551 Fax: 705-324-8111 Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgAddress: 354 Angeline Street S PO Box 752 Lindsay, Ontario K9V 4W9
2017 Admission Prices: Adults: $10.00Seniors: $8.00Youth 12-18: $8.00Children 12 and under: Free when accompanied by an adult.Parking $5.00LEX Party! Tickets: $15 for Track and Grandstand General Admission (does not include admission to the LEX).
The LEX Grounds are at the corner of Highway 7 and Angeline St. S. (Entrance off of Angeline St.) View map
Flat Rate Realty, how the system works and more importantly how will this system save you money and not cost you end sales dollars!
I have been with Flat Rate Realty for over a year now. Before Flat Rate Realty I spent 10 years working under one of the "franchise" Brokerages. I can tell you there is only one change in my full MLS® service from the time I worked at a "franchise" Brokerage and now. That change is I can now offer you Full Service for 3.75%. You loose nothing more on marketing, service and exposure with Flat Rate Realty but what you win is up to 1.25% in savings. For a house valued at $350,000 that is over $4300 back in your pocket. Why would you give that away? Same service (or better) same marketing (or better) and same exposure (or better) with $4300 back in your pocket! (if your house is valued at $350000)
Hey! Even though you read this statement I know what you are asking yourself. Will my property be on MLS®? Absolutely, your house will be on ML…
Fenelon Falls is a village in Ontario, Canada, part of the city of Kawartha Lakes. Nicknamed the "Jewel of the Kawarthas," it has a population of 1,800 permanent inhabitants, which swells in the summer due to tourism and cottaging. Fenelon Falls is home to lock 34 on the Trent-Severn Waterway between Sturgeon Lake and Cameron Lake. It is primarily a tourist town and therefore is most active during the summer season. The main street of Fenelon Falls is called Colborne Street.
The eponymous falls are hidden from plain view, because the main road crosses over the river just upstream; however, the falls are easily viewed from a nearby restaurant or from a path on the north band of the Fenelon River. The falls power a hydro-electric dam, which diverts some of the water flow.