This picturesque paradise in South West Burlington is known for its beautiful greenery, the stunning view of the bay, and an abundance of parks and trails. Often known as “Aldershot Village”, there’s definitely a village feel to this quaint Burlington neighbourhood. This historical area was once an export site for local production mills, and many of the street names are nods to the areas first families (Unsworth Avenue, King Road and Job’s Lane).
There’s a little bit of everything in this historic area, from luxury condos, trendy live/work lofts, and townhomes, to traditional 2-story family homes, to grandiose estates along the bay with stunning views of the water.
There’s a nice mix of families, working professionals, and empty-nesters in the ‘hood, and you’ll probably find your neighbours to be friendly, quiet, and fans of the beautiful scenescapes. People take pride in their properties here, no matter what kind they are, and ensure they keep up with areas already great beauty. Expect to see well-manicured lawns in front of houses, and cared for gardens surrounding townhomes and condos.
What’s not to like? With beautiful green space at every corner, Aldershot has tonnes of great outdoor activities for people to enjoy. LaSalle Park and Marina is a popular picnic spot for families, and the Royal Botanical Gardens are the largest in Canada, sporting more than 27km of walking trails. Oh, and did we mention it’s the home of Burlington’s IKEA?
Maplehurst Public School Glenview Public School
Aldershot Public School
Holy Rosary Elementary Catholic School
Aldershot High School (Public)
Assumption Secondary School (Catholic)
From east QEW to York Blvd. on the west, to Hwy. 403 on the north end.