Welcome to Oakville
Founded in 1857, the beautiful Town of Oakville is nestled on the shores of Lake Ontario with Toronto to one side and Hamilton to the other. A wonderful place to call home, Oakville is known for its picturesque harbours, vibrant shopping districts, active arts community and some of the best dining options in the Greater Toronto Area. Conveniently located, Oakville is a 60 minute drive to the U.S. border, with easy access to the major highways: QEW, 403, 407 and 401.
Known for the Harbour and great restaurants, Bronte living is also perfect for lakeside walks!
You will find a mix of bungalows on large lots, condo towers and newer homes that are more expensive than the ‘average’ home in the area.
The village of Bronte lies between Third Line and Burloak Drive, south of Rebecca Street along the shoreline and is well situated for easy commuter access.
Bronte Creek is a newer community that borders Oakville’s gorgeous Bronte Creek Provincial Park – known for their yearly Maple Syrup Festival.
Built on the old golf course, much of the natural landscape was preserved. You can expect to find large detached homes and luxury townhomes, great for growing families.
Commuters will enjoy being around the corner from the 407 and a quick drive down to the QEW and GO station.
Home to trendy Kerr Village where you will find an abundance of eateries, shops, and cafes. A walker’s paradise just steps to downtown and the lake as well as the YMCA.
The area has a good mix of newly renovated homes, those in need of upgrading, and condo living.
Central Oakville is bordered by Dorval Drive to Sixteen Mile Creek, south of Speers Road and north of the lake.
This area is the place to be if you want the quickest access to Mississauga or Toronto as you will benefit from highway proximity as well as the Clarkson GO station.
The area is located within the area bounded by Winston Churchill, Royal Windsor Drive, the QEW, and Ford Drive.
The neighbourhood has lots of parks and open greenspace but is also close to an entertainment and shopping hub located at the Oakville Entertainment Centrum. Homes in the area are a mixed bag of detached, towns, semis, and links.
This is an established area home to the Oakville Golf Club, the Oakville Place Mall, and Sheridan College. For this reason, you will find many students living and renting in the area.
The area is great for young families seeking easy access to parks, schools, the QEW, and the Go Train station on Cross Avenue.
You will find a mix of high-rise buildings and detached homes built in the 1960s and 1970s.
Best known for larger and well-treed lots, Falgarwood is positioned just above the QEW, East of Trafalgar Road, and West of Ninth Line just South of Upper Middle Road.
Established in the 1960s, the area offers ranch-style bungalow homes as well as double story homes. There is lots of potential for renovating homes in this neighbourhood.
Nice trails, walking distance to schools, and good access for commuting.
Here in Ford, you will find quiet and secluded living and therefore, fewer amenities.
The area is bordered by Maple Grove Drive from Cornwall Road, east to Winston Churchill Boulevard and south to the Lake.
Being the most Southeastern corner of Oakville, if you are Toronto bound, the GO ride is approximately 20 minutes!
The homes are traditional, detached 2 car garage on large lots or expensive high-end custom built homes with a hefty price tag.
Best known for Oakville’s Glen Abbey Golf Club, one of Canada’s most famous golf courses, in Glen Abbey, you will find large detached homes – built in the 1980s and 1990s that sit on 50×110 ft lots as well as some condo townhomes.
This established neighbourhood has mature trees and nice walking trails and is close to a rec centre and library.
The area stretches from Bronte Road to Sixteen Mile Creek, south of Upper Middle Road, and down to the QEW.
North Oakville’s Glenorchy community was established in 2012 and includes open spaces, squares, parks, and neighbourhood retail for convenience. The area also boasts the state-of-the-art Oakville Hospital and Sixteen Mile Sports Complex.
Homes here provide plenty of choice: 2 or 3 storey townhomes, semi-detached homes as well as fully detached.
With a mix of 2 storey detached homes, upscale townhomes and even some bungalows, Joshua Creek was established in the mid 1990’s.
Anyone commuting to Mississauga or Toronto will like the proximity to all highways and the Clarkson GO train station. This upscale community is close to big box stores and eateries and offers schools and parks close by.
Joshua Creek sits south of Dundas, West of Ninth Line, south to Upper Middle Road and over to Eighth Line.
Boasting prime plots of land, Morrison is ideal to build your custom luxury home where it will sit tucked away from the street.
Most lots are 100×150 ft offering privacy with 100-year-old trees! Situated close to Oakville’s downtown core, this cottage-feel neighbourhood still allows you to enjoy eateries, cafes, and trendy shops.
Located south of Cornwall Road, west of Maple Grove Drive, east of Chartwell Road, and down to the Lakeshore, Morrison residents enjoy a quick commute to Toronto.
The area is also home to high-ranking Oakville-Trafalgar High School.
With downtown living at its finest, get ready to fall in love with the charm that this area has to offer.
The homes are a mix of heritage, renovated and estate in the area south of Cornwall Road, west of Chartwell Road, east of Sixteen Mile Creek, and right down to the waters of Lake Ontario.
Enjoy a coffee at the waterfront marina, a show at the Oakville Centre for Performing Arts, or a meal at any of the upscale restaurants.
Old Oakville offers predominately detached homes with a mix of townhome and luxury condo living… all with the price tag to go with it!
This family oriented neighbourhood is located south of Dundas, west of Trafalgar Road, north of Upper Middle Road and east of Sixteen Mile Creek.
This area offers parks and trails, arenas, a community centre and schools.
There is a good range of housing available for the first time home buyer that includes townhomes, detached homes and high rise condos.
This area offers easy access to the highway and the Bronte GO Train station and is known for the lovely Coronation Park.
Situated south of Rebecca Street, East of Third Line, and West of Dorval, living in this area means lake and waterfront access.
You will find a mix of property types here ranging from bungalows and split-level homes built in the 1960s to newer larger homes replacing tear-downs.
Established in the 1980s, this area is abundant with amenities and retail shopping. Families will enjoy the community centre, library, pool, children’s playground, tennis courts, skateboard park, and leash-free dog park.
Mostly 50×110 ft lots with mature trees, some homes are being renovated to meet more modern needs. You will also find some semis and townhomes here.
Wedgewood Creek is east of Trafalgar Road, south of Dundas, and is west of Eight Line and up until Glenashton Blvd where it continues to Grand Blvd and down to Upper Middle Road.
This family-oriented community is located east of Third Line, south of Dundas Road, north of Upper Middle Road, and west of Sixteen Mile Creek and was established in the mid-1990s.
This younger neighbourhood has newer schools (including French immersion), an abundance of parks, splash pads, open spaces, shopping, and trails. Commuters enjoy easy access to all the highways, transit, and the Bronte GO station.
Home styles here are quite mixed offering towns, semis detached with both single and double car options.
This area mostly attracts those looking to build new homes south of the QEW on a large lot replacing the bungalows and split levels that were built in the 1940s to the 1960s.
With good proximity to downtown Oakville, the QEW, and the lake, this area is also known for the local community and cultural centre as well as shopping amenities.
Stretching from Bronte Creek to Dorval Drive, north of Rebecca Street and south of Pinegrove Road, the Bronte Go Station is nearby.
Located in the upper west end of town, Westmount has been in development since the mid-1990s.
Similar to Westoak Trails, this area benefits from highway access including the 407, QEW, and proximity to the Bronte GO train station.
Home to the Oakville Hospital, plenty of parks, trails, soccer fields, splash pads, a sand park, and many school options, the area attracts first-time home buyers and families with young children. Home styles here are quite mixed offering towns, semis detached with both single and double car options.
This neighbourhood is east of Bronte Road, north of Upper Middle Road, south of Dundas Road and west of Third Line.