The Ponds in Tavistock

The Ponds in Tavistock

Apple Homes prides itself on finding peaceful, quiet communities to build in, so when the opportunity presented itself to return to Tavistock after building on Frederick Court and Bender Ave, Apple Homes moved ahead quickly.

Tavistock is located just 35 Kilometers west of Kitchener/Waterloo, off Hwy 7, and 15 Kilometers southeast of Stratford. It is a community where you can enjoy long walks, enjoy community parks and create friendships that will last a lifetime.

Tavistock is a German/Scottish community founded in 1848 and famous for its cheese production and fresh meats. It host's an Annual Sauerkraut Supper, Annual World Crokinole Championship, and this year the Southwestern Ontario Open Fiddle and Stepdance Competition.

Tavistock was founded in 1848 by Capt. Henry Eckstein on the boundary between Oxford and Perth Counties. It served as a gathering place for agricultural workers and soon became equipped with taverns, flour mills, blacksmith shops, general stores and small tradesmen.

It is today a warm established community, away from the hustle and bustle, yet still close enough to allow you to enjoy large city amenities and activities.

Tavistock is also the home of the Tavistock Braves, a junior hockey team that plays in the Southern Ontario Junior Hockey League, and the Tavistock Royals, a senior hockey team that plays in the Western Ontario Athletic Association Senior Hockey League.

We invite you to contact Brian Wilhelm today. Brian will be happy to answer any questions you may have, and assist you in choosing your new home in Tavistock!