WEDGEWOOD CREEK (Joshua Creek)
East of Trafalgar Road. North of Upper Middle Road, south o f Dundas St and east of 9th Line. Bordering Mississauga on the east. Newer Luxury Homes and high-end Townhomes.
Excellent schools, parks, new rec centre and shopping. Upper Oakville Shopping Centre, Iroquois Ridge Community Centre, Iroquois Ridge High School, PGA Golf Centre (driving range). Easy access to the QEW, 403, 407 and the Go Train.
East of Sixteen Mile Creek, south of Upper Middle Road, west of Trafalgar Road and north of hte QEW. A mature area of central north Oakville offering a mixture of residential homes from detached residences on quiet courts to townhomes, apartments and condos.
Includes Oakville Place Mall, Oakville Golf Club, Sheridan College, Oakdale Park, White Oaks High School. Easy access to the QEW and the Oakville Go Station.
Above College Park, it is north of Upper Middle, and south of Dundas between Trafalgar Road and 16 Mile Creek.
A great family oriented community with great facilities, schools and shopping. Access to the Heritage Trail system. River Oaks Arena & River Recreation Centre. Access to QEW, 403, 407 and Go Trains
A live-work development made up of 2 and 3-storey towns, semis and detached homes. It features and quaint, small town streetscape with front porches, rear garages with laneways.
North of the QEW, south of Upper Middle, east of Trafalgar and west of 9th Line. A mature neighbourhood with lots of large trees and parks. A variety of homes including detached homes, townhomes and condos. Close to Oakville Place Mall, Upper Oakville Shopping Centre & Sheridan College. Easy access to the 403 and QEW.
WEST OAK TRAILS
North of Upper Middle Road, south of Dundas Street, east of Bronte Road (#25) and west of 16 Mile Creek.
A neighbourhood of newer homes with great new schools, splashpads and children playcenters. Close to Glen Abbey Arena, Recreational Center, Public Library and Swimming Pool. Quick QEW and Go Train access, Sixteen Mile Creek Trail, other local trails and parks, Glen Abbey Golf Course, Lions Valley Park.
Includes WESTMOUNT and UPPER GLEN ABBEY developments.
Located north of Upper Middle Road and west of Bronte Road, Oakville's brand new signature community, Bronte Creek Homes are inspired by the natural beauty of the Town of Oakville and Bronte Creek Provincial Park. This upscale community boasts a variety of detached homes on 36, 46 and 56 foot lots, and townhomes, all set within the rolling hills and mature trees of the surrounding area of Bronte Creek Provincial Park.
South of Upper Middle Road, north of the QEW between 16 Mile Creek and Bronte Road.
Includes Fairway Hills Community of luxury detached homes backing on to the Glen Abbey Golf Course.
Glen Abbey Community has a variety of amenities including Sixteen Mile Creek, Glen Abbey Golf Course, Deerfield Golf Course, Saw Whet Golf Course, an extensive trail system and the Glen Abbey Recreation Centre and Glen Abbey Public Library
Glen Abbey has great Access to the QEW & 403 and is close to Oakville and Bronte GO Train stations.
The old village of Bronte lies between Third Line and Burloak Drive (Burlington), south of Rebecca Street and north of Lake Ontario. Bronte is a popular tourist area with a great assortment of pubs and restaurants. The Bronte Marina was recently enlarged and includes a large new restaurant on the water. Most of the homes in Bronte are either townhomes or condo apartments.
Lakeshore Woods is a new development within Bronte - located east of Burloak, south of Rebecca and north of Lakeshore. It consists of large luxury homes and high-end townhomes.
Dorval Drive to Bronte Road, north of Rebecca Street and south of Speers Road. This area is very similar to Southwest Oakville and is primarily made up of older bungalows and split level homes in a mature, well treed setting.
Dorval Drive to Third Line, south of Rebecca and north of Lake Ontario. It is an established area of Oakville including pockets of revitalization, as well as luxury homes on the lake.
Includes Appleby College, the YMCA, access to the QEW from Dorval Dr, Go Train service from Cross Ave. Includes the Coronation Park area, a quiet residential area of large trees and sprawling bungalows.
Includes the Morrison & Ford neighbourhoods. Bordered by Chartwell Road and Winston Churchill (Mississauga) south of Cornwall and north of Lake Ontario. One of the most desirable areas of Oakville and contains a variety of homes from older bungalows and split levels to ultra luxury estates.
Features Oakville Trafalgar High School, Maplegrove village, Ford Drive commercial centre, Joshua's Creek and Valley Park. Easy QEW and 403 access from Ford Drive and GO train access from the Clarkson Station.
DOWNTOWN OAKVILLE (The Core)
Dorval Drive to 16 Mile Creek, south of Speers Rd and north of Lake Ontario. Includes a variety of homes from fixer-uppers in Kerr St village to luxury townhomes overlooking the harbour to sprawling bungalows in the Riverside neighbourhood.
Very desirable area as you can walk to the lake, marina, fantastic shops and restaurants. Easy access to the QEW from Trafalgar Rd and the Oakville Go Train station.
The Old Oakville Community extends east of 16 Mile Creek, north of Lake Ontariosouth of Cornwall Road and west of Charwell Road. It includes a fabulous array of residential homes, historical homes, architecturally significant homes, luxury waterfront condos, trendy live/work condos, hi-rise condos, townhomes & luxury waterfront estates.
The Old Oakville community contains the Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital (O.T.M.H.), located between Reynolds Street and Allan Street. Enjoy World class dinning, theaters, shopping and Oakville Harbour. QEW access from Trafalgar Rd and Ford Dr. Close to the Oakville Go Station.
Northeast Oakville, bordering Mississauga. Mostly large 2 storey detached homes. Easy access to the QEW and 403. Lots of parks. Close to the AMC complex as well as the shops and restaurants along Dundas St. Also close to the Clarkson GO Station.