Considered by many to be one of Burlington’s best areas, the houses in this Southeast Burlington neighbourhood are truly unique. If you’ve got your heart set on a beautiful Burlington lakefront property, this might just be the place to find your dream home. This prestigious community has some refreshingly unique houses.
If you’re looking for a typical, cookie-cutter home, this probably isn’t the place. The unique homes of Shoreacres are varied, and stunning. Detached homes are the most common. There are sprawling ranch style bungalows built in the 1950’s and 1960’s, 2-storeys to accommodate larger families, as well as more grandiose mansions. There isn’t a single architectural style here, which can make searching for the ideal home and delightful adventure. There are a number of condos and townhomes in the area, but keep in mind that those prices rival downtown Toronto. And if you’re looking for a freehold? Prepare yourself: the average home often fetches more than several million.
This upscale neighbourhood has wealthy families, and sucessful young professionals. Don’t have a few million to spend? Don’t worry, there are still lots of options in the million dollar range.
Beauty and bragging rights—what more could you ask for? The reality is, if you can afford the price tag, chances are you will adore living in Shoreacres. There are parks galore, the location is convenient, and the schools are great. All in all it’s fantastic place to raise a family.
John T. Tuck Public School (Grades K-8)
Pineland Public School (Grades K-8)
Nelson High School
New Street to the North, Walkers Line to the West, Appleby Line to the East and Lake Ontario, Burlington Beach to the South.