WELCOME TO Cachet Arthur
Established in the mid 1800’s and nestled in the county of Wellington North, Arthur presents a wonderful opportunity for homeowners in search of a balance between small-town culture, natural amenities, essential conveniences and incredible value. Lined with attractive boutiques, delicious eateries and one-of-a-kind artwork, this tight-knit community is as welcoming as it is charming, with residents who are quick to smile at you as you walk down the street. In Arthur, everyone feels like family.
A Community Rich In History
Arthur is named after Arthur Wellesley, the 1st Duke of Wellington who was best known for defeating Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815. In the 1840s, Arthur’s first settlers tilled the land together, creating the foundation for a community dedicated to collective success and happiness. This is still an important aspect of life in Arthur that remains today.
A New Era
Arthur became a natural market centre for the area’s agricultural production. After the grist mills were established, a post office, church, official newspaper and school soon followed, ushering in a new era of prosperity for the community. In 1872, Arthur was incorporated as a village.
Nestled In Nature
A myriad of vast trail systems, walks and parks make up Arthur’s landscape, giving residents access to year-round outdoor activities. Spend a sunny afternoon at the Arthur Community Park & Marvin Howe Trail, hike the River Trail right in your backyard, or take a short drive to the nearby Luther Marsh Conservation Area for a day of fishing and boating. In Arthur, outdoor adventure begins right at your doorstep.