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Northbrook

Charmingly Rural

A little town surrounded by beautiful countryside

Throughout the early 1900’s this community was a small hamlet without much of a commercial footprint. The construction of Addington Road built on Beaver Creek, opened up opportunities for commerce and mills. By 1920, Northbrook was thriving with a new school, and many businesses.

Today, Pine Meadow Nursing Home is the largest employer and this combined with the Northbrook Medical Centre makes this little town known as a place to go for medical and social services. There are also many other stores and services located right in the town.

  • Once called Dunham and only had 25 residents.
  • Kuriosity Shop – The Kuriosity Shop is a place where local artists and artisans gather to sell their products. Stop in for some really cool local finds.
  • Explorer’s Eco-Emporium 41 — You’ll have an fun and interesting shopping experience here! Browse gifts, collectibles, household items, as well as clothing and accessories for adults & children.
  • Bon Echo Provincial Park – Often referred to as Ontario’s most beautiful Provincial Park, Bon Echo is a wonderful place to camp or visit with a day pass. The park boasts campsites, trails, beaches, boat tours and boat rentals. But, the most spectacular site is the famous Mazinaw Rock which is 100 m high and is dotted with 260 Indigenous pictographs on its front.
traffic lights in the hamlet
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Reasons to Live in Northbrook in Addington Highlands

Northbrook in Addington Highlands is a great place to live. Here are some of the reasons why residents enjoy living here.

  • Lower housing costs
  • Reasonable cost of living
  • Low crime rate
  • Great location
  • Access to health care

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