Living in Burlington
AldershotAldershot Neighbourhood, sometimes known as Aldershot Village, stretches along the shoreline of Hamilton Bay from Q.E.W on the East to York Blvd. on the West. It is bordered to the north by Hwy. 403. The community of Aldershot is located in the west end. It features beautiful scenery of the bay, parks, trails, and beautiful greenery.
The Aldershot neighbourhood was one of the earliest established areas in Burlington.
Alton VillageAlton Village is located on the North side of Dundas Hwy between Appleby Line to the East and Walkers Line to the West. Alton Village is one of the newer developed neighbourhoods in Burlington, Ontario. Constructed in 2006, Alton Village was created with a strong vision towards great urban design with an attractive streetscape. Situated around the beautiful Niagara Escarpment, Alton Village provides its residents with everything you would need: parks, community centres, schools, shopping centres and more.
Brant Neighbourhood incorporates part of the downtown business district and borders the QEW to the north, Lake Ontario to the south and Brant Street on the west. Guelph Line is the eastern boundary.
Neighbourhood amenities included an extensive selection of restaurants and specialty shops offering an excellent choice of cuisines and shopping options. Throughout the year Brant and Maple Neighbourhoods are home to major events including Ribfest, Sound of Music Festival, Taste of Burlington, Winter Carnival, Festival of Lights, and Youthfest to note a few. If dining out or shopping is not your cup of tea, the Burlington Art Centre and Discovery Landing are within easy walking distance of Brant Street and Lakeshore. Spencer Smith Park, along the waterfront, is another great way to enjoy Brant Neighbourhood.
Brant HillsLiving in Brant Hills means close proximity to parks, schools, hiking trails, golf courses, library, shopping and the Brant Hills Community Centre. The neighbourhood, bounded by Dundas Street (Hwy. 5) to the North, Brant Street to the West, Guelph Line to the East and the Hydro Parkway to the South, is situated on the Niagara Escarpment. This Mountainside Community is family-oriented and an ideal place to live. A wide variety of housing is available. Located a stone's throw from the Bruce Trail and rural Burlington, Brant Hills offers easy access to golf courses, hiking on The Bruce Trail, scenic drives and fast access to major highways 407 and Q.E.W. Burlington Transit provides bus service connecting to GO Transit at Burlington and Appleby Stations.
Located in central Burlington, Ontario, Dynes is a community centered in the heart of Burlington. The Dynes neighbourhood offers convenient access to shopping, transit, services, downtown, and Lake Ontario. The Maple neighbourhood is bounded by Q.E.W to the North, Guelph Line to the West, Walkers Line to the East and New Street to the South.
Elizabeth Gardens is conveniently located near the shores of Lake Ontario at the east border of Burlington and Oakville.
The Elizabeth Gardens neighbourhood is located on Lake Ontario bounded by New Street to the North, Appleby Line to the West and Burloak Drive to the East.
This well-established area offers plenty of shopping options, Go Transit, and a large variety of house options including, homes located near the shores of Lake Ontario.
Headon ForestThe Headon Forest Neighbourhood in Burlington Ontario started construction in the mid 1980's. This neighbourhood community offers a wide variety of family housing close to a variety of shopping areas, parks and schools. Headon Forest consists mainly of detached, single family homes with large mature lots. The neighbourhood is located between highway 407 to the north and Upper Middle Road to the south. The westerly boundary is Guelph Line and to the east, Walkers Line
Living in Longmoor, you are in the core of Burlington. Located in the heart of the city, Longmoor has everything you need, including numerous shops, services and restaurants at your convenience. The Longmoor neighbourhood is conveniently located near Lake Ontario and offers plenty of family-friendly residential areas. The Longmoor neighbourhood is bounded by the Q.E.W to the North, Appleby Line to the East, Walkers Line to the West, and New Street to the south.
MapleLiving in Maple means close proximity to Lake Ontario, and easy access to Downtown Burlington. This neighbourhood features plenty of housing options within walking distance of many Burlington treasures. The Maple neighbourhood is bounded by Q.E.W to the North, Q.E.W (South to Niagara) to the West, Brant Street to the East and Lake Ontario, Burlington Beach to the South. Located in the west end of Burlington, Ontario, Maple is nestled along the beautiful shores of Lake Ontario. Considered as part of the Downtown core, Maple offers plenty of shopping options, services, and restaurants.
MillcroftMillcroft is a wonderful place to live, featuring a prestigious golf course and a variety of upscale family-focused homes.
Burlingtons' Millcroft neighbourhood began construction in the late 1980's and holds approximately 3,400 homes. Known for its award-winning 18-hole Millcroft Golf Course by the Reader's Choice Awards, Millcroft appeals to the many high-end home owners looking for large spacious lots and parks.
This neighbourhood spans from Appleby Line on the east to Walkers Line on the west running south to north from Upper Middle Road to Dundas Hwy.
MountainsideThe Mountainside Burlington community offers a variety of home options in Burlington, Ontario. It is located in the north end of the city, and is close to numerous shopping outlets, schools, and parks. This Burlington neighbourhood is bounded by HWY 407 ETR to the North, Brant Street to the West, Guelph Line to the East and the Q.E.W to the South. This Mountainside Community is family-oriented and an ideal place to live. The neighbourhood was named after its proximity to the Hamilton Mountain. Mountainside Burlington has developed a very well-established reputation for neighbourhood comfort, as it offers plenty of older style homes with plenty of large, mature lots.
The OrchardThe Orchard community is located in the very northeast corner of Burlington, Ontario. It features plenty of house options, comfort, and plenty of local shops.
The Orchard neighbourhood began construction in the late 1990's and currently houses approximately 3,800 homes. It is a family oriented neighbourhood, and offers a wide variety of homes in every price range.
The neighbourhood is bounded by Dundas Street (Hwy. 5) to the North, Burloak Drive to the east, mainway to the south and Appleby Line to the west.
PalmerThe Palmer neighbourhood was constructed in the late 1990's. This Burlington neighbourhood is family-friendly and offers a wide variety of restaurant and shopping options. Palmer is made up of a variety of semi-detached, detached, townhouses and condominium homes. This Burlington neighbourhood is bounded by Upper Middle Road to the North, Guelph Line to the West, Appleby Line to the East and the Q.E.W to the South.
PinedaleLiving in Pinedale means being part of a primarily residential community. This Burlington Neighbourhood is a family-friendly community offering convenient shopping options, schools, services and recreation. Pinedale is located on the eastern border of Burlington in close proximity to Oakville, Ontario. There are plenty of parks including Sherwood Forest Park, Sheldon Park and more. Appleby Village Mall, located at the corner of Appleby Line and New Street offers a variety of Pinedale Restaurants, grocery stores, movie theatres, and home-improvement services.
RoselandLiving in Roseland means being close to the lake, grand old tree lined streets, large lots, and beautiful homes. The Burlington Roseland neighbourhood was first developed in 1925. It is close to Burlington Mall as well as the downtown core making it easy for residents to access stores, services, and restaurants. Roseland features the oldest park in Burlington: Paletta Lakefront Park. It offers beautiful trails and parks for your family to see and explore.
ShoreacresThe Shoreacres Neighbourhood is a great place to live. This Burlington community offers beautiful homes along the shores of Lake Ontario, and is known for some of the most unique houses in the city. The Shoreacres neighbourhood is bounded by New Street to the North, Walkers Line to the West, Appleby Line to the East and Lake Ontario, Burlington Beach to the South. Shoreacres is conveniently located near Burlington Mall and Appleby Village Mall, providing residents easy access to shopping, and services.
Tansley WoodsThe Tansley Woods neighbourhood was constructed in the late 1990's. This Burlington neighbourhood is family-friendly and offers a wide variety of restaurant and shopping options. Tansley is made up of a variety of semi-detached, detached, townhouses and condominium homes. This Burlington neighbourhood is bounded by Upper Middle Road to the North, Walkers Line to the West, Corporate Drive to the East and the Mainway to the South.
TyandagaThe Tyandaga community is located in the north-west end of Burlington, Ontario. It features plenty of parks, golf-courses, detached homes, and stunning views of Lake Ontario.
The Tyandaga Burlington neighbourhood began construction in the early 1970's and is named after Joseph Brant (Thayendanegea), a historical war chief and Burlington icon.
The neighbourhood is bounded by Dundas Street (Hwy. 5) to the North, King Road to the West, Brant Street to the East and the Q.E.W to the South.