London & Area Neighbourhoods
Calamity Corners, so named by local residents, was born out of two disastrous accidents at the intersection of Highways 4 and 22. (Richmond Street and Fanshawe Park Road) However, the actual name of the Corners was Masonville... (Click here to read more history)
This area was mostly developed during the 1960's so many of the homes are influenced by Frank Lloyd Write, or the "Contractor" Style. There are a few original turn of the century homes in the Victorian and Queen Anne styles.
The school facilities listed show the schools located in the area. No assumption of automatic enrolment of your child into any particular facility is implied. Parents must speak to the school board of interest for child enrollment.
St. Thomas More
Blessed Kateri Separate School
Secondary: No secondary schools are located in this subdivision. The closest Public is Lucas Secondary School. The closest Catholic is St. Thomas Aquinas.
Post Secondary Institutions
University of Western Ontario: Located at the southern boundary of Masonville.
Fanshawe College: The LTC bus trip to Fanshawe college is about 30 minutes.
Masonville (A neighbourhood located within the Masonville Disctrict)
Sports Facilities and Parks
Elsie Perrin Williams Estate
Helen Shaw Park
Stoney Creek Off-leash Dog Park
Medway Valley Heritage Forest
North London Sports Field
North Branch Park
Proposed Gainsborough Windermere Pathway Connection
Masonville Public Llibrary
London Health Sciences University Campus: located at the south border of Masonville subdivision.
St. Joseph's Health Care: Located south of the Masonville subdivision on Richmond Street.
London Transportation Commission Ride-Guide Map
Fanshawe Park Road,(Hwy 22) is the northern border of this area which allows for approximately an hour long drive west to Sarnia or the USA border at Bluewater Bridge, which takes you into the Port Huron Region in Michigan. Richmond Street (Hwy 4) allows for a quick trip north to Arva, Lucan, Mitchell, etc., and is known locally as "The back way" to the Georgian Triangle Region.
Masonville Place and other stores and plazas offer a full range of shopping locations for sports, food, clothing, technology and more. Masonville Place is one of London's more popular shopping malls and is known locally as "Masonville."