This Northwest Burlington neighbourhood was constructed in the mid-1980’s and is well-known for spacious, single-family homes on large, mature lots. This well-established neighbourhood continues to be a popular area for families. There are three major shopping centres within its borders, so convenience is unbeatable.
Largely populated with your standard, single-family homes, there are townhomes and condos peppered throughout. However, those single family homes are still the number one seller here. Large, leafy lots characterize this area (many choose it solely for the space!) and there are good opportunities to be found for first time homebuyers.
This is Burlington, so there are always tonnes of families around. There’s a good mix of people here, from new parents, to those with children in high school.
There are great schools directly within its borders, making this neighbourhood a popular choice for families. Plus, large homes on large lots are perfect with multiple kids. Headon Forest lies in an enviable location in regards to easy access to highways, and you’re only ever moments from the QEW, the 407, and the 403.
CH Norton Public School – Grades JK – 8
Clarksdale Public School – Grades JK – 6
Dr. Charles Best Public School – Grades JK -5
Florence Meares Public School – Grades JK-8
Rolling Meadows Public School – Grades JK – 8
Sir E. MacMillan Public School – Grades JK – 8
St. Timothy’s Elementary Catholic School – Grades JK – 8
Charles R. Beaudoin – English/French – Grades JK – 8
High Schools in Headon Forest:
Notre Dame Catholic High School– Grades 9 – 12
Lester B Pearson Public High School – Grades 9 -12
MM Robinson Public High School – Grades 9 – 12
In the northeast corner of Burlington, surrounded by Bronte Creek Provincial Park on the east, Upper Middle Road on the south, Appleby Line on the west and Dundas Street on the north.