In Schomberg, there is a wide range of dwelling styles - including homes from when the land was first settled in the 1860's. The sideroads and concessions consist mostly of large properties and farmland with either country homes or newly built houses that have been constructed and privately built by the landowners. Many of the residents in the community are descendents of the original families. Schomberg offers seniors affordable housing units at Kitchen Breedon Manor, and the future Signature Developments will also address housing needs of seniors.
The subdivision "Forest Brook Hills", (located just off of Main Street and Moore Park) along Roselena Dr., consists of homes approximately 10 years old and edging upon Conservation lands and walking trails. "Mason Homes" is a 5 year old subdivision located behind the Brownsville Junction Plaza and borders the Dufferin Marsh area. "Laurier Homes", Schomberg's most recently approved subdivision, is currently in phase 2 of its development schedule and will offer a variety of price ranges and styles of homes to choose from.
Schomberg's quaint charm has changed very little over the last few decades, considering the central change experienced by its population growth. The Population of Schomberg has increased steadily over the years, as new subdivisions have been approved and completed.
Schomberg Growth Prospects
Those wanting to move from more populated areas are drawn to Schomberg's quaint community lifestyle. To accomodate growth in Schomberg, the following developments have been approved.
Laurier Homes - Kingsgate Schomberg, a new residential development located at the Northwest Corner of Doctor Kay Drive and Hwy 27 which includes a two acre commercial block as part of this development. Construction commenced in the Spring 2009. Kingsgate is offering a variety of styles of townhouses and semi-detached residences to bungalows and two story homes.
52 semi-detached units
147 detached units