Nestled in the Southeast corner, this Oakville neighbourhood is a popular spot for families because of the easy access to highways and the manageable price tag. commute into the city. Developed largely during the 1960’s and 1970’s, Ford got its name just where you expect—from the company. Still present there to this day.
This area has pretty much exclusively detached homes. You’ll find a mix of traditional bungalows and split-level homes, as well as newer builds. There is still opportunity to find moderately priced homes in Ford, even though many people are opting to tear down those original builds.
This is a traditional family neighbourhood, so like most of Oakville you’ll see families with kids. The location lends itself to an easy commute, so you’ll definitely see high earning double income families, especially in those beautiful lakefront properties.
Quick access to The Oakville Waterfront Trail is ideal for a family stroll, and more moderately priced homes in the North end of Ford can enable people to finally get that sought-after Oakville postal code. Plus, you’re minutes away from Oakville’s top-rated high school, Oakville Trafalgar High.
St. Vincent Elementary (JK-Gr 8)
St. Joseph Elementary (Gr 5-8) (Fr. Imm.)
St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary (Gr 9-12) (Fr. Imm.)
New Central Elementary (JK-Gr 6)
Maple Grove Elementary (JK-Gr 8)
E.J. James Elementary (Gr 1-8) (Fr. Imm.)
Oakville Trafalgar High (Gr 9-12) (Fr. Imm.)
Maple Grove Dr. to the west, Cornwall Rd. to the north, Winston Churchill Blvd. to the east, and Lake Ontario to the south.