In 2011, 31 homes changed hands in Komoka with the average asking price of $347, 491 which actually sold for 97% of asking which was $338,543 and these were on the market for 48 days.
Komokais less than 15 minutes west of London with easy access to Highways 402 and 401. Komoka is between Mt.Brydges and Kilworth and from London, head west on Oxford Street.
Komoka is a crossing point for many railway lines and was formerly a railway hot spot featuring various hotels and development. Today, the Komoka Railway museum keeps the local railway history alive and features unique artifacts such as a 1913 Shay Steam Engine and a 1972 Grand Trunk & Western caboose. Go to http://www.komokarailmuseum.ca/ for more information,
There is an elementary school, Parkview Public School, and Providence Reformed Collegiate, a private Christian high school in the village. The village also supports a number of youth sports teams, including baseball and soccer.
Komoka is currently experiencing a population growth due to a new subdivision developments. Consequently, the elementary school's enrolment has rapidly increased resulting in substantial renovations.For a list of available homes for sale in Komoka and surrounding area, just drop me a quick email.
One of the most famous spots in Komoka is the Little Beaver Restaurant, always crowded and a meeting place or stop off point for those heading to or from London.
In partnership with Delaware and Mount Brydges, the three communities rotate responsibilities of hosting Canada Day celebrations. The partnership is called "Del-Ko-Bridge". The celebrations feature a free pancake breakfast, morning parade, events and competitions throughout the day, a baseball game at night with fireworks following the game.