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Spencerville, Ontario is a small rural community located in Eastern Ontario, about one hour south of Ottawa on Highway 416. It falls within the municipality of Edwardsburgh/Cardinal in Leeds and Grenville United Counties.

The South Nation River runs through the village and it was founded by David Spencer in the early 1800's   Spencerville is a historical village with many old houses, churches, farms, cemeteries and other buildings dating back to the 1800s. The most notable old structure is the Spencerville Mill, a stone gristmill on the site of the Spencer family’s original mill.

Schools:  Elementary school, Centennial ’67 Public School. For secondary education, students in the area commute to high schools in nearby Kemptville or Prescott.

Amenities:  Public library, a Canada Post outlet, a restaurant, laundromat, two general stores, a gas bar that offers Beer Store and Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) products, a Royal Bank branch, a home heating and cooling dealer, a heritage restoration and construction business, a mechanic's garage, a small engine repair shop, an insurance company, a computer store, a funeral home, senior-living apartments, a Royal Canadian Legion branch and several home-based businesses. In addition, a Home Hardware franchise is located just outside the village limits.

Spencerville also has an arena that hosts minor league hockey tournaments from across Ontario, and also offers public skating..The land for the arena was donated by the Spencerville Agricultural Society and the arena was constructed by volunteers. The newer buildings on the fairgrounds were built by the George Drummond family of Drummond's gas franchises.

For more information about homes available in Spencerville, contact one of our Ottawa Living Real Estate Sales Representatives at 613.858.1151


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