Kleinburg

Kleinburg sits comfortably within the Vaughan region of Toronto between two branches of the Humber River. It’s best known for dense, lush forests and a village-type atmosphere. Founded in 1848 by German settler Nicholas Kline, the area started out with a reliance on flour and wheat mills, but it later became a hotspot for affluent individuals looking to settle down.

The area is dotted with approximately ten parks and parkettes for those who enjoy a relaxing escape, and cultural events such as the Binder Twine festival continue to attract tourists and locals alike. Parents also have a choice of several public and private schools to send their children to, making it a great place to raise a family.

Kleinburg

Kleinburg sits comfortably within the Vaughan region of Toronto between two branches of the Humber River. It’s best known for dense, lush forests and a village-type atmosphere. Founded in 1848 by German settler Nicholas Kline, the area started out with a reliance on flour and wheat mills, but it later became a hotspot for affluent individuals looking to settle down.

The area is dotted with approximately ten parks and parkettes for those who enjoy a relaxing escape, and cultural events such as the Binder Twine festival continue to attract tourists and locals alike. Parents also have a choice of several public and private schools to send their children to, making it a great place to raise a family.

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