Tuesday, July 17, 2018     Marion Goard     Community News and Events

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The City of Burlington is constantly rated as one of the top Canadian cities to live in, according to many media outlets, including MoneySense Magazine. Finding the perfect neighbourhood isn’t too difficult for those wanting to move to this Halton Region hotspot. The following areas are some great communities to consider. 

Elizabeth Gardens

Elizabeth Gardens is the city’s most easterly neighbourhood and borders alongside Oakville. Lakeside and Lakeview properties give home buyers a taste of lakeside life. There are six different schools and many styles of homes for young professionals and families to call home. Getting away from work life with a late night stroll or bike ride along the shoreline is another added benefit to living in Elizabeth Gardens. Situated along Lakeshore Boulevard and minutes from the 403 makes a commuter’s lifestyle very convenient.  

Aldershot

The city's largest neighbourhood and the most mature neighbourhood is receiving a facelift along Plains Road and a lot of future revitalization will be coming to the area.  The GO Station at the entrance to the neighbourhood gives Aldershot tremendous appeal for professionals that need to get in and out of the city.  Just east of Hamilton, Aldershot boasts six schools and is well equipped for recreation. Lasalle Park has everything from lawn bowling, baseball diamonds and sports fields to a splash pad, marina and lakefront trails. This sensational neighbourhood is also home to the Royal Botanical Gardens (RBG) which gives people of all ages a place to visit on rainy days. RBG runs many programs and camps throughout the year. Aldershot is the perfect westside Burlington neighbourhood for home shoppers!


Roseland

One of Burlington’s top tier neighbourhoods, Roseland is in the heart of downtown on the shoreline of Lake Ontario. This beautiful, historic community is also home to six schools with the median home average retailing for $1.4 million for detached homes to $600,000 for attached homes according to www.burlingtonneighbourhoods.com. 

Burlington has a wide range of options available for home buyers in today’s market. A little bit of research and a casual stroll around the city will make anybody fall in love with their neighbourhood of choice. Whether it’s the newly renovated boardwalk and pier, the fabulous downtown, or the abundance of recreation and conservation there are lots of things to love about Burlington!

Want to know more about the Burlington area and the exciting listings that are currently available? Contact me by email at mariongoard@kw.com or call 905-335-8808.


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