Homes in Burlington
Burlington has one of the most diverse housing stocks in the Greater Toronto Area. The downtown core features an excellent variety of 1910s and 20s, Edwardian, Tudor, and Arts and Crafts style homes, mixed in with Cape Cod two-storey homes and post World War 11 bungalows. There are also a fair number of condominium and rental apartment buildings in the downtown core.
East of the downtown along “Old Lakeshore Road”, you will find Burlington’s upper-end district. This area which features grand old houses and new money mansions on mature tree-lined crescents, and stately boulevards, is referred to as “Rosedale”. The houses situated on Lakeshore Road enjoy magnificent views of Lake Ontario. The North Shore neighbourhood just west of the downtown core also features high-end executive homes. The historic Aldershot community located at the southwest end of Burlington, and Tyandaga a pretty neighbourhood at Kerns Road south of Dundas Street, both exude the ambiance of an English garden suburb.
In midtown Burlington, just north of the Queen Elizabeth Way, the housing stock is comprised of a vast array of townhouse enclaves, apartment buildings and condos, as well as ranch-style bungalows. This part of Burlington also contains new home subdivisions including the award winning Millcroft Golf Course community located off Appleby Line, north of Upper Middle Road. The predominantly rural north-end of Burlington contains a few small hamlets including Lowville, a picturesque community, situated near Guelph Line and Britannia Road.
* BURLINGTON REAL ESTATE UPDATE 2015
Composit average sale price of all homes $591,495
Composite Median sale price of all homes $541,0002,
Average list to sale price ratio 98%
Average days on the market 27
Average price Detached $750,072
Average price Semi-Detached $507.070
Average price Attached/Row/Townhouse $469,891
Average price Condo Townhouse $394,551
Average price Condo Apartment $310,328