Erin Glen is a new single family home development by Cachet Homes currently in preconstruction at 10 Line & Side Road 15, Erin.
At the headwaters of the Credit and the Grand Rivers, midway between Guelph and Orangeville is Erin, a charming small town in close proximity to big cities. Minutes from the quaint downtown, the first master-planned community, Erin Glen, is the perfect place to put down roots. Surrounded by phenomenal schools, adventure parks, convenient shopping, a lush link to the Elora Cataract Trailways and over 500 more trails to explore, Erin Glen is where families feel at home.
The mill industry helped to establish Erin as a thriving economy in the 1800s. The village, located on the West Branch of the Credit River, is known for its pure cold water and trout fishing as it flows toward Lake Ontario. To the west is a drumlin, a long rounded hill deposited by a glacier 12,000 years ago, just one of the many green spaces enjoyed by Erin residents still today. With significant lands preserved in the Greenbelt, Erin balances vast forest and wetlands with a lively economy, a strong arts and sports culture and a real sense of community.
Erin Glen is a charming village in close proximity to big towns and bustling cities. Midway between Guelph and Orangeville, just 12 minutes to Caledon Village and within 30 minutes of Highways 401 and the 407, you can get anywhere you want to go, and in any direction.
Schools, teachers, clubs, and sports all play a significant role in our life and in our community. The Erin Centre 2000 facility on Boland Drive is home to Erin District High School and the Erin Branch Public Library. All of Erin’s public and Catholic elementary and secondary schools are vibrant and welcoming community hubs and gathering places for children and families.
Erin’s first master-planned community, Erin Glen, is a new kind of connected community. From your front door follow pathways to parks, playgrounds and splash pads. Pack a picnic and meet friends on the riverbank. Bike to the lush link and explore the Elora Cataract Trailway and 500 more trails including the Trans Canada and Bruce Trails. Connection is at the heart of everything at Erin Glen.