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This quaint town is precisely the kind of place families seek out to settle down and make their home. Without a doubt, it holds a special place in our heart.
With musical shows, festivals, parks and trails - we love every nuance of this gorgeous and glowing area. So naturally we want to help you find a Holland Landing Realtor that can help you land your dream home or sell your house.
Our unwavering appreciation for this town motivates us to focus full force on getting you the best deal possible.
We know the real estate here quite well and have acquired priceless insights that will pay dividends.
As a top Toronto Real Estate Agent we aim to help local home buyers and sellers snag the perfect home or maximize the value of your sale.
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Holland Landing is a village in the town of East Gwillimbury, located in the northern part of the Regional Municipality of York, in south-central Ontario, Canada.
Its major road is Yonge Street (bypassed by the former Highway 11) and the village has bus service by GO Transit route 68 and York Region Transit route 52 (Monday to Saturday service).
In 1793, Governor John Graves Simcoe came across what would be the future site of Holland Landing, then known as St. Albans. He believed the area would make an ideal portage route and defence point between York (now Toronto) and Georgian Bay. Holland Landing was named after Samuel Holland, first Surveyor-General of British North America, who had served on HMS Pembroke, under Captain John Simcoe, father of Governor Simcoe, for whom Lake Simcoe is named.
The town proper was not formed until the early 19th century, settled by the same Quaker immigrants as nearby Newmarket and Aurora.
In 1815, a population of settlers from Selkirk, Manitoba arrived in Holland Landing after a conflict between them and the Métis.