This family friendly neighbourhood stretches across a significant part of town and offers an affordable option in south Oakville. In general, properties are a generous size and homes can range from bungalows, splits and 2 storeys. Although some homes may be considered small in comparison to more modern building expectations, the feeling of privacy and space appeal to many buyers. There are however a significant number of renovations, additions and rebuilds in the neighbourhood.
Good access to parks and schools is another attractive quality of the west. The recently opened Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre is an amazing addition to the area with an indoor pool and is home to many not-for-profit arts and cultural groups. Available amenities include pottery and wood working studios, a fine arts studio, a digital arts lab, a recording studio and much more! Adjacent to the QEPCCC is the Bronte Tennis Club which has 7 club courts and 1 public court and offers affordable memberships, programs and camps, a league and a social environment.
West Oakville provides great access to Oakville’s Bronte GO Station, Q.E.W highway, Hopedale Shopping Mall, popular Bronte Village and its gorgeous Marina and is also close to Lake Ontario and beautiful Downtown Oakville.
- Eastview Public School (West of Walby Drive) JK-8
- Brookdale Public School (East of Walby Drive) JK-8
- Pinegrove Public School JK-8 French Immersion
- St. Joseph Elementary Catholic School JK-8
- École élémentaire Patricia-Picknell
- Thomas A. Blakelock High School 9-12
- St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary School (Catholic School Board)9-12
- Appleby College 7-12
All information is believed to be correct however, it is not warranted nor been independently verified. Please confirm all school boundaries through appropriate websites as they can change.