This area is undergoing a bit of a rebirth at the moment. Developed during the 1950’s and 1960’s, this neighbourhood has slowly climbed the ranks and become an up-and-coming hotspot for Oakville estates.
Many of the original spilt-level homes from the 1950’s have since been torn down (or renovated to the max) to make way for larger, custom builds. There are a number of luxury developments south of the lakeshore such as Bailey Estates, and the exclusive residences on Shorewood Place and Birch Hill Lane. This location offers stellar views of the Toronto skyline, so its not surprising that the average selling price of a detached home is close to 1.5 million.
There’s a reason that families flock to South-West Oakville: it’s simply lovely! The location gives easy access to the enjoyable amenities of downtown Oakville, there are great schools, and wonderful family facilities such as the state-of-the-art YMCA.
Coronation Park is a lovely green space for families to enjoy and hosts a range of cultural events during the year, and has a water park to boot. The residential streets around this area still have many families living in the original builds.
St. Joseph Catholic Elementary (JK-Gr 8) (Fr. Imm. Gr 5-8)
St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary (Gr 9-12) (Fr. Imm.)
Brookdale Elementary (JK-Gr 8)
Pinegrove Elementary (Gr 1-8) (Fr. Imm.)
Thomas A. Blakelock Secondary (Gr 9-12) (Fr. Imm.)
Fourth Line to the west, Rebecca St. to the north, Dorval Dr. to the east, and Lake Ontario to the south.