Location, location, location. It’s something that differentiates 37 Church Street, which is seated in Paris, Ontario, voted "the Prettiest Little Town in Canada" by Harrowsmith Magazine. Represented by Tina Goldrick and Ray Jeffers, this charming, rustically stylish home is set mere minutes from downtown and a short distance from the Grand River waterfront and Lion’s Park, luring buyers looking to take advantage of the delightful town’s offerings.

The town of Paris was established in 1850, 17 years before Canada became a country. Referred to as "the cobblestone capital of Canada" for its historic cobblestone buildings, the town is located where the Nith River empties into the Grand River, providing plenty of opportunities for water sports and activities.

To get a local peek into the prettiest little town in Canada, The Agency asked Paris experts Tina and Ray to share their favorite things to do in the area.

1. Lions Park—In the center of the city, this beautiful park features a playground, splash pad, and an amphitheater. It’s the perfect spot to head out with the kids or grandkids for a perfect family day outdoors.

2. Elberta Farms Country Market—Enjoy the farmers’ markets every weekend throughout the year and also during the week in the summer months. Family-run, this charming market focuses on providing the community with local, farm-fresh Ontario produce.

3. Pinehurst Lake Conservation Area—For picnics, water, fishing, boating, and camping, this is the place to go. With a 23-acre lake formed by a single piece of ice, sandy beaches, and a mature Carolinian forest, enjoy water recreation during the summer and snowshoeing and ice-fishing in the winter.

4. Grand River Rafter Company—Choose your own adventure with canoeing and kayaking day tours as well as tubing, hiking, and camping trails.

5. Fine Dining—With restaurants and cafes galore, Paris is a foodie’s paradise. Eat a delicious meal with the Grand River as a scenic backdrop at 2 Rivers Restaurant or Stillwaters Plate and Pour.

6. Festivals and Fairs—Paris is known for its Maple Syrup Festival in the fall Paris Fair, and nearby St. George hosts the annual AppleFest.

Neighboring these hotspots, 37 Church Street captures the best of modern rustic city living. With three bedrooms, two bathrooms, chic slate, engineered hardwood floors, crown molding, and eye-catching, rustic-chic light fixtures, and large windows, enjoy generous views of the beautiful natural setting. The open-plan kitchen features granite counters and opens to a lush, summer-ready backyard with a gazebo, fire pit, and greenhouse. With a home theater, dedicated laundry room, and ample space for a home office, the home is moments from downtown Paris’s bakeries, boutiques, and fantastic restaurants.