Mostly settled by 1860, the Township of Mono officially became the Town of Mono in 1999, and lies within the South East corner of Dufferin County in Southern Ontario. Nicknamed ‘The Heart of the Headwaters,’ Mono is known for its pastoral setting, tree-covered rolling hills, and winding creeks and streams. The Niagara Escarpment runs through the Town of Mono, giving way to breathtaking views and copious hiking trails offering a wealth of opportunity for hiking, skiing, golfing, horseriding, and numerous vineyards. Enjoy Mono with its easy access to the GTA and all amenities within reach.
Located in the Orangeville area of Mono lies Purple Hill: an idyllic neighbourhood that was settled in 1833. In the early days, it was home to farmland, taverns and inns. House construction began in the 1960s and went on into the 80s. With its large lots and park-like setting, Purple Hill is a highly desirable neighbourhood, located right next to the bustling Town of Orangeville with all its amenities within easy reach.