Variety is the name of the game in this Oakville suburb. Though densely populated, this area is still very much in development—and has a little something for everyone.
Developed during the 90’s and 2000’s, the area began with the usual detached, two-story homes. However, over time we’ve seen high and low rise apartments built, as well as urban-style semi-detached homes, townhomes, and condos. All of these are new, so this area is clean, well kept, and—as always—that delightful Oakville green that makes people leave Toronto.
There is definitely more variety to residents in this are than in much of Oakville. There are many first-time homeowners and young families, long-term Oakville residents who have downsized to smaller residences. A detached home will usually go for more than 750K, so you’ll frequently see dual income families with children. However, the presence of those condos and apartments also means you’ll see pretty much all kinds.
Sixteen Mile Creek, and the adjacent Oakville Heritage walking trail, is without a doubt the shining highlight of this area, and there are plenty more parks, trails, and outdoor activities in this area. There’s also the convenient location, great schools, and some seriously in-demand daycares. Sounds like paradise for a family with kids!
River Oaks Public School JK-8
Sunningdale Public School (French Immmersion) 1-7
St. Michaels Elementary School (Catholic Board)
St. Johns Elementary School (Catholic Board)
St. Andrew Elementary School (Catholic Board)
Our Lady Peace Elementary School (Catholic Board)
White Oaks Secondary School 9-12 (Also French Immersion)
Holy Trinity Seconday School 9-12 (Catholic Board)
16 Mile Creek to the west, Dundas Rd. to the north, Trafalgar Road to the east, and Upper Middle Rd. to the south.