One of Burlington’s newer suburbs, Alton Village was built in 2006. In the short time since then, it’s quickly become one of Burlington’s most popular areas. This well-constructed community is urban design at its finest. Beautiful streetscapes are juxtaposed against the ultimate convenience lifestyle—it’s not hard to see why people are so attached to this pleasant Burlington neighbourhood.
There’s a little bit of everything in Alton Village. As with much of Burlington, large, detached homes are the most prominent. However, there are also plenty of semi-detached options, town homes, and even a few luxury low-rise condos. Many families find their starter homes in this area, since the newly constructed homes often offer plenty of space to grow a family.
Because of the space available, families are the name of the game here. There are lots of great community amenities like the Haber Recreation centre, and the popular skate park in Norton Community Park. Because of the proximity to the 407, this also tends to be a commuter community, with many residents driving daily into neighbouring Oakville, Hamilton, Mississauga, and even Toronto.
Green space! Running along the picturesque Niagara Escarpment, the sheer beauty of the many local parks is enough to sway most people into considering an Alton Village address.
Alton Village Public School
Dr. Frank J. Hayden Secondary School
St. Anne Catholic Elementary School
From the North side of Dundas Hwy between Appleby Line to the East and Walkers Line to the West.