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Acton is a Souther Ontario community located in the Town of Halton Hills, in Halton Region, Ontario, Canada. Acton is located on Highway 7 and the former Highway 25. Acton is served by GO Transit bus service on the Georgetown line corridor.

Acton was first named Danville when Settler Wheeler Green opened a dry-goods store in 1828. It was later called Adamsville, after three settlers from a family of that name. In 1846, the postmaster named the community after the area of Acton in West London, England. Acton was incorporated as a village in 1874.

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Established in 1978 and headquartered in Guelph, Ontario, Thomasfield Homes has established a solid reputation in Acton Ontario for providing practical luxury new homes in Acton Ontario at surprisingly economical value. Our innovative home designs, adaptability, and above all, our commitment to quality in our new homes are trademarks contributing to Thomasfield's growing success in the homebuilding industry. With over thirty years of home building experience and 6,500 new homes in communities that include Guelph, Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, Breslau, Burlington, Woodstock, Acton and Burgessville, Thomasfield has grown on its ability to build quality new homes for many families in Southern Ontario

Crewson Ridge (Acton Ontario)

Morgan Crewson was the son of Lena Morgan and Thomas Crewson of New York. Morgan apprenticed as a blacksmith travelling through Pennsylvania to the Ohio River, and down the Mississippi to New Orleans, eventually working his way back to New York. In 1820, Morgan Crewson came to Canada to work for the Hon. William Merritt, who planned the Welland Canal. It was at that time when he met Mary Soper. Mary Soper was the daughter of a United Empire Loyalist and upon her marriage was entitled to 200 acres. She chose Lot I Concession I of Erin on the first day of her marriage to Morgan Crewson. This area was then given the name Morgantown. The Crewsons built a log home on the west side of the property near a little creek.

A decade later in 1832 the Crewsons moved into a stone house built by Morgan Crewson - the first stone house built in Erin. Shortly thereafter Morgan began construction of a large stone barn. It was completed in 1847 after 10 years of work. By then Mary and Morgan had raised 8 children.

In 1850, the Grand Trunk Railway proposed a rail line running west from Acton to Rockwood. It is said that the Railway had requested land from Morgan Crewson on which to build a railway station. Morgan refused permission and the station was built in Acton instead. Crewsons Corners developed as a cross-roads community and around the mid-1800s had an inn, a saw mill, a shingle mill, a blacksmith shop and a church.

In 2004, The town of Erin designated the Crewson barn a heritage site. Thomasfield Homes then took the opportunity to completely renovate the old stone barn and preserve the local legacy of Crewson's Corners.

Today Thomasfield Homes Limited is offering the discerning new home buyer the opportunity to make one of these 17 Country Estate lots the location for your new custom designed home in Acton Ontario. Contact us at (519) 836-4332 today to find out how.