Oakville is an idyllic suburban town located 60 kilometres west of Toronto, in the Greater Toronto Area. This Southern Ontario town is located on the shores of Lake Ontario and is home to approximately 190,000 people (2015 Census). Nestled halfway between Toronto and Hamilton, Oakville is an ideal town to raise a family with excellent Public, Catholic and Independent schools including five French Immersion schools.
Oakville offers a convenient public transit system for those commuting to Toronto. Residents can commute to the downtown core in forty-five minutes on the GO Train which runs up to four times an hour during peak rush-hour times. Oakville is home to two GO Train Stations: Oakville GO located at Trafalgar Road and Cross Avenue and Bronte GO at Wyecroft Road and Third Line.
Oakville is comprised of 16 neighbourhoods, each with their own feel, schools, and parks. Price points range from high end through to affordable, with many different housing varieties available in each community.
Stretching from the QEW south to Lake Ontario, this community is comprised of the prestigious South East Oakville Neighbourhoods, the Heritage District of Olde Oakville and post-war bungalows and family homes.
Regardless of price point, the lot sizes in South Oakville are typically generous, with mature greenery and located on idyllic meandering streets.
South Oakville is the embodiment of the Oakville lifestyle with access to lakefront walking trails, the downtown shops and restaurants as well as sought after lakefront real estate
A combination of historic heritage homes and custom built residences, Olde Oakville exudes class and charm. With the towns most prestigious streets located here, estates range in value from $5 million to $15 million and above. Olde Oakville is also comprised of Heritage Oakville primarily south of Lakeshore between Allan street and Navy street, with a number of houses scattered throughout the neighbourhood north of Lakeshore.
Heritage Oakville is protected under the Ontario Heritage Act, the modification of these homes is regulated to preserve the distinct charm of the era in which they were built.
The most desirable location for custom home building in Oakville, the area is filled with century old trees, large lots for privacy and a tranquil, cottage country feel.
Morrison is home to one of the best school districts in Ontario, with Oakville Trafalgar High School consistently being ranked as one of the provinces best public high schools for academics.
Located in the southeast corner of Oakville, Ford offers a blend of traditional family homes and newly constructed custom homes along the waterfront.
Bounded by Winston Churchill to the East, Maple Grove to the East, Cornwall to the North and the Lake to the South, this neighbourhood is ideal for those who wish to commute into Toronto or work in Mississauga while maintaining an Oakville lifestyle. Situated directly between the Oakville GO and the Clarkson GO and a 20 minute drive into the core in light traffic.
An Oakville postal code with a Mississauga flare, with a multitude of housing styles for families at every stage. With lot sizes averaging 50ft by 100ft, this neighbourhood is ideal for families with young children who need to commute via the QEW or the 403. Bounded by Winston Churchill to the East
This community is located within close proximity to the Winston Business Park and the businesses located along north service road, perfect for those looking for a short commute to work.
Situated north of the QEW, communities are largely planned and have mostly been redevelop in the last three decades. The
Town of Oakville has planned these neighbourhoods to ensure communities are well served with public places, transit and community centres.
An upscale community bound by the QEW to the South, Bronte Provincial Park to the West, Dundas Street to the North and Bronte Road to the East.
Comprised of newer single and semi-detached homes, condo and freehold townhomes, this neighbourhood is home to the new site of the Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital (OTMH) completed in 2016. Bronte
Bound by Bronte Road to the West, Dundas to the North, Third Line to the East and Upper Middle Road to the South.
An attractive neighbourhood for young families, with new schools and recreation facilities in addition to lots of parks and green spaces, in addition to easy access to the 407 and the QEW. Westmount is mostly comprised of modern detached homes.
West Oak Trails
Full of newer homes built in the late 90’s and early 00’s, bounded to the east by Sixteen Mile Creek, to the North by Dundas, to the West by Third Line and to the South by Upper Middle.
The community is family oriented with walking trails throughout the neighbourhood with playgrounds and splash pads.
Stretching from the QEW south to, Sixteen Mile Creek to the east, Third Line to the west and north Dundas.
A planned subdivision in the North West of Oakville with blended housing ranging from large detached homes to smaller semi-detached/row houses.
Bounded to the east by Third Line, the North by Dundas, the west Bronte Road, and the QEW to the South.
One of the first planned communities in Oakville, Glen Abbey is home to PGA course Glen Abbey Golf Club. This community has a developed tree canopy and generous lot sizes.
Bounded by Sixteen Mile Creek to the East, Burloak to the West, Upper Middle to the North and the QEW to the South.
College Park is where the renowned Sheridan College is situated, this area has many apartments for the students attending the school as well as many senior residences.
College Park is also home to the “The Enclaves”, a collection of quite cul-de-sacs backing onto Sixteen Mile Creek.
With easy access to Oakville Place, the Oakville Golf Club and the GO Train, this neighbourhood is ideal for students attending Sheridan College or those looking for affordable housing in-between the Uptown and Downtown cores.
Bordering the east side of Sixteen Mile Creek, this central community is home to a combination of colonial carriage homes, quaint townhomes, semis and detached in vintage style.
River Oaks residents have access to many nature trails, several parks as well as a close proximity to the uptown core.
River Oaks is bounded to the East by Trafalgar, the North by Dundas, the West by Sixteen Mile Creek and Upper Middle to the South.
This North East Oakville community is a park dense community with moderately priced homes and ravine lots closely situated to the QEW, 403, GO Stations and downtown Toronto.
Bounded by Sixteen Mile Creek to the East, Burloak to the West, Upper Middle to the North and North Service Road to the South.
Located just west of Joshua Creek, residents enjoy easy access to the 403, 407, and QEW, this area is full of large shopping plazas and big box stores.
Homes in this neighbourhood have been renovated to contemporary designs on generous lot sizes, generally homes are traditional style with a brick facade and a double car garage. Most homes are detached but there are some townhomes available.
This neighbourhood is bounded by Eight Line to the east, Trafalgar to the West, Dundas to the North and Upper Middle to the South.
One of the newer subdivisions, Joshua Creek is an upscale neighbourhood full of luxury homes. With easy access to the highways connecting Oakville to Mississauga and Toronto, this community is popular for those commuting frequently into the downtown core. For commuters not looking to brace the Gardner on their daily commute Joshua Creek is located within close proximity to Clarkson GO station where the express train to the city begins.
Bounded by Ninth Line to the East, Grand BLVD to the West, Dundas to the North and Upper Middle to the South.