The village of Nobleton began as a settlement about 1812. It was named in honour of Joseph Noble, who had a general store on the northeast corner of lot 5, concession 9. Many of Nobleton’s original settlers are commemorated on street signs or by plaques on designated heritage homes. One of these homes is the red brick Hambly House, an elaborate Victorian mansion with a central tower that stands proudly at the corner of Hwy 27 and King Rd.
Nobleton’s first settlers hailed from England, Scotland and Ireland, Holland, Germany and the United States. These hard working men and women were industrious and took advantage of the riches of the land around them by establishing a saw mills and other complimentary businesses. Schooling was important and Nobleton had a two room schoolhouse. Nobleman was a faith based community with a number of churches most of which are still standing today including St. Alban’s Anglican Church, circa 1845.
The nucleus of the present day Nobleton and much of the infrastructure began to take shape in the 1950s and 60s. Since then Nobleton has grown steadily transitioning from a strictly rural community to a commuter suburb with a vibrant downtown core that is making this neighbourhood an increasingly popular choice for families.
Nobleton is the second most populous neighbourhood within King Township. This community is growing steadily and is expected to have 6,750 residents by 2021. Nobleton is situated in the south part of King Township just north of the City of Vaughan. This neighbourhood is centred around Highway 27 and King Road. Fanning out from there in all directions are random pockets of stores and shopping plazas as well as new home subdivisions. Nobleton has a community centre and an arena as well as a public library and sports fields. The community is quite spread out and divided by Highway 27 and by King Road. Nobleman’s urban core is remarkably flat but outside the residential core the topography changes dramatically with impressive rolling hills that provide amazing vistas of the vast rural countryside which showcases some impressive horse farms and country estates.
Nobleton residents enjoy an ever growing amount of shopping and services including grocery stores, a mix of restaurants, health and wellness providers, medical and dental clinic, banking and a host of services catering to families including, including groceries and a variety of restaurants. Services span multiple sectors, some of which are banking, wealth management, accountants, real estate, printing & graphic design. Specialty services include day care, tutoring, karate and dance, animal services and day care.
The urban core of Nobleton centred around King Road and Highway 27 contains a small number of heritage homes. Most of the housing stock at the core consists of ranch-style bungalows and split-level homes built in the 1950s, 60s and 70s. Surrounding the core are random pockets of new home subdivisions from the 1980s 90s, 2000s and 2010s. Many of these homes have traditional Georgian and Colonial architecture and are quite spacious on good size lots. Most have a double car garage and some even have three car garages.
Nobleton’s recreational facilities are for the most part conveniently clustered in the downtown core off Old King Road. Here you will find the Dr. William Laceby Community Centre and Arena. This facility includes year-round programming for all ages. Some of the activities offered here include: hockey, pleasure and power skating, and curling. At the adjacent Nobleton Community Park residents can partake in numerous activities including: swimming, tennis, volleyball, soccer, baseball and basketball.
Nobleton residents also get to enjoy the Cold Creek Conservation Area located off 11th concession, south of 16th sideroad. Here you will find 6.5 KM of trails that are perfect for nature hikes and exercise walks.
Arts Society King is a not for profit community organization enriching all of King Township through arts and culture. Arts Society King has a gallery and office space in the King Heritage and Cultural Centre located at 2920 King Road in King City. This organization organizes a number of programs and events across King Township including: LIVE Music in King Concert Series, Studio Tour King, Schomberg Street Gallery, art shows and gallery exhibitions, theatre and dance performances, historic tours and presentations and educational workshops.
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