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Welcome to Your Chatsworth located in the Municipality of Chatsworth and the best place to find Chatsworth Real Estate & Properties For Sale, local information about the history of Chatsworth, Holland Centre, Williamsford, interesting points of interest and landmarks, Activities & things to do in the Chatsworth area including outdoor recreation and winter activities, Chatsworth area businesses & local services, Country Living in Chatsworth for Zoomers & people 50+, upcoming events in Chatsworth & so much more!

About Chatsworth

Chatsworth is a township in Grey County, located in South-Western Ontario that was formed in 2000 by amalgamating Holland Township, Sydenham Township and the village of Chatsworth.

The township of Chatsworth is made up of several small communities including Arnott, Berkeley, Chatsworth (village), Desboro, Dornoch, Glascott, Grimston, Harkaway, Hemstock Mill, Holford, Holland Centre, Keady, Keward, Kinghurst, Lily Oak, Lueck Mill, Marmion, Massie, Mooresburg, Mount Pleasant, Peabody, Scone, Strathavon, Walter's Falls, Williams Lake & Williamsford.

Chatsworth is the birthplace of feminist, politician and social activist Nellie McClung and it also the only location outside of the U.S. to have been known to have a population of one of the most critically endangered insects: Hungerford's crawling water beetle.

Chatsworth is home to an immense amount of natural beauty with many rivers, streams, scenic waterfalls, inland lakes, rolling landscapes of hills and rocks, Niagara Escarpment, as well as many forests.  With a quiet, peaceful atmosphere, visiting Chatsworth can be described as taking a step back in time with it's significant Amish community and it's strong emphasis on farming and agriculture. There are plenty of opportunities to "get back to nature" be it through hiking, cycling, swimming, boating, paddling, hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, skating, and much more.  Come explore Chatsworth for yourself - you won't be disappointed!


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