A lot of people think that Roseland is one of Burlington’s best neighbourhoods. And when you take a drive down some of the majestic boulevards, chock full of sweeping trees and oversized lots, you can see the storybook appeal of this Southeast Burlington neighbourhood. A historical part of the city, the area was established in 1925, and now has a charming mix of older houses and newer builds.
Naturally, many people associate large, grandiose mansions with Roseland—and there are plenty of those—but there is really an eclectic mix of detached homes, custom builds and rebuilds, as well as plenty of condos and townhomes. Architectural styles vary greatly in this area, so there’s something for every kind of homebuyer. Homes in this area do come with a considerable price tag, so keep that it mind.
Roseland’s residents are as delightfully eclectic as its real estate, with everyone from young families, to working professionals. There are many people who commute to nearby Hamilton, as well as other neighbouring cities such as Oakville.
If you’ve got a dream of a custom build, this is an ideal spot to find a lot. There’s also the pride that comes with owning a home in one of Burlington’s finest suburbs. There are beautiful parks like the Paletta Lakefront Park, and the popular Roseland Country Club, both of which are lovely places to enjoy with a family.
John T. Tuck Elementary School
Nelson High School
Walkers Line to the east, New Street to the north, Guelph line to the west, and the Lakeshore to the south.