This well-established, upscale Burlington suburb was built directly on the prestigious Millcroft Golf Course. Built during the 1980’s, this high end community comes with a price tag, but that hasn’t stopped it from continuing to be one of the most sought after areas.
Homes in Millcroft are nothing short of stunning. We’re talking sprawling lots with manicured lawns, long private driveways, and bold, large-scale mansions. There are definitely homes that are less grandiose than that, but pretty much everything is well above average. Pride of ownership is highly visible, and every kind of residence is well cared for in the neighbourhood. Space is in abundance in Millcroft. Its 3400 homes take up more than 650 acres of space. There are also some luxury condo options available, though they tend to also be expensive.
Wealthy families, usually with children, tend to populate those spacious residences. Because many of the homes literally back onto the golf course, it attracts many golf enthusiasts. There are also many retirees who enjoy this quiet neighbourhood.
If you can afford it, this is a beautiful upscale area, and there’s not much to dislike. Rated one of the safest neighbourhoods in Canada, it’s an ideal place to raise a family. There are plenty of amenities right at your fingertips, so you’re only ever a short drive away from shops, restaurants, and more.
Florence Meares Public School
Charles R. Beaudoin Public School
Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Elementary School
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.