Outdoor activities, cultural diversity, wonderful restaurants, kayaking, fishing, bike trails and affordable real estate.
Thomas Peter Henderson 1816-1887 who was a former Baptist Minster and school inspector in Paris, encouraged the Bell family to move to Brantford in 1870. Alexander Graham Bell is credited with the invention of the first electronic telephone and hence Brantford has been named the “telephone City”.
Henderson Survey is one of the most sought after areas in the City due to its’ mature, quiet tree lined streets, convenience to amenities. Henderson Survey has a reputation of being a clean, well maintained subdivision where pride of ownership is evident. The turnover of housing in this area is less than many others in the City. Although Henderson is located close to the King George Road restaurant corridor, it still enjoys a low level of local traffic.
James Hillier public school located on Queensway Drive in Henderson Survey was named after Dr. James Hillier who was one of Canada’s greatest scientists and inventors. Dr. Hillier was the recipient of many honours and awards for his work as an early pioneer in electron microscopy. Along with Thomas Edison and Alexander Graham Bell, he was named one of the early inductees into the National Inventors Hall of Fame.
Henderson Survey is noted as a peaceful, clean place to live and raise a family.
Russel Reid-Coronation School
Tollgate Technological Skills Centre (Secondary)
St. Johns College (Secondary)
Brantford Collegiate Institute (Secondary)
North Park Collegiate (Secondary)
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