Welcome to lovely Lambeth, a rural neighbourhood in the southeast end of London, Ontario! This small community was a township before its amalgamation with London in 1993. It is located immediately north of Highway 402 and directly east of Colonel Talbot Road. Because of its history, Lambeth possesses a strong, small-town sense of community. Main Street runs right through the centre and oozes small-town charm with small, locally owned shops and conveniences tucked in the middle of a residential suburb. For those who enjoy the small-town feel with benefits of living in a big city, Lambeth is an ideal location.   The housing market in Lambeth is suited for households who fall in the middle to upper-class income bracket. Buyers can expect to see a decent range of housing within the area. These types of houses vary from low-density single detached dwellings, post-war bungalows and twentieth-century farmhouses to larger family homes. The residential streets within this neighbourhood are ideal for homebuyers, lined with towering streets and foliage. There are newer areas in the district with less mature foliage, but residents will see plenty of growth in the years to come which will only increase the beauty and value of the neighbourhood.

Residents who live in Lambeth have plenty of options for outdoor activities. Ralph Hamlyn Park, Lambeth Optimist Park and Lambeth Centennial Park are all within the vicinity of the neighbourhood. Together, these parks provide accessible baseball diamonds, soccer fields, swing sets, play structures, boardwalks, pathways, spray pad and walking trails. There is no shortage of outdoor activities for the family while residing in Lambeth. 


There are options for public and Catholic schooling for students within proximity. In addition to elementary and secondary schools, London is home to two renowned post-secondary institutions; Fanshawe College and Western University. Whether students are interested a career in the public health sector, trades, business management etc., London will undoubtedly cater to their career ambitions.



  The amenities directly available to Lambeth residents reflect its small-town vibe. Tenants can head to Main Street to shop locally-owned stores rather than the big-box names that are found in other London neighbourhoods. Jaydancin & Zoe’s Marketplacethe Beer StoreMcLennan FlowersGreenhills PharmacyShaw’s Dairy Stores and many more amenities including hair salons, small restaurants and health food stores are all available in Lambeth. Avid golf lovers will love this location as it is right beside Greenhills Country Club. Since its opening in 1975, it has become esteemed for its eighteen-hole championship course, magnificent greens and event facilities. For mainstream shopping, residents can head just nine-minutes northeast to the intersection of Wonderland Road South and Southdale Road West. This plaza is home to plenty of necessary amenities including LoblawsLCBOHome DepotCanadian TireHome SenseIKEA etc.  The sense of community in Lambeth is undeniable. As this neighbourhood was once its own township, there is a rich agricultural history connected to it. To celebrate this history, Lambeth hosts Harvestfest. This is an annual, community-operated event that provides fun activities for people of all ages during the second week of September. These events include, but are not limited to, a softball tournament, paint night, pancake breakfast, outdoor movie night, community barbecue dinner, golf tournament and fireworks. This is a beloved tradition that celebrates the history and brings together the residents of Lambeth and London. 

Potential buyers who are looking for higher priced homes in a rural area, look no further than Lambeth! This end of town is acclaimed for its small-town feel, lovely scenery and sense of community. Don’t be afraid to contact our team with any further inquiries about Lambeth and all other real estate matters.

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