Oakville Real Estate

Located in the Regional Municipality of Halton, just west of Mississauga, Oakville has much to offer homeowners looking for good school, quiet streets, and charming neighbourhoods. With a history in shipbuilding, timber shipment, and wheat farming, Oakville has become one of Ontario’s more affluent neighbourhoods with top-ranking schools and a multitude of amenities and entertainment options. With many unique neighbourhoods to meet home owners’ needs, Oakville remains a highly sought after city for families.

About the Neighbourhood

Oakville offers a wide range of housing options, with many custom homes that are both new and old. There are some apartment buildings and condos available as well. Oakville homes are generally less affordable for the average buyer. Condo apartments in Oakville range from $170,000 to $1.15 million, while condo townhomes range from $215,000 to $1.28 million. Click HERE to see all available condominiums in Oakville. Freehold townhomes range from $345,000 to $1.45 million. Semi-detached homes range from $380,000 to $2.0 million and detached homes from $500,000 to $15.0 million. Click HERE to see all available single family homes in Oakville.

About the Community

Oakville has no shortage of amenities and entertainment options. With many sports teams and a wide variety of scenic parks, Oakville has plenty of outdoor spaces for residents to enjoy. It is also home to the Glen Abbey Golf Course and plenty of eating and dining options. Arts and culture are strongly supported by the Oakville Arts Council, as seen in the Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts, CommUnity Arts Space, Oakville Galleries, and the Oakville Children’s Choir. Numerous annual events are held in Oakville, including the Downtown Oakville Jazz Festival, the Oakville Waterfront Festival, and the For the Love of the Arts Festival.

Oakville is well connected to the GTA, with highways 403, QEW, and 407, as well as Lakeshore Rd. running through the city and providing access to Toronto. Oakville Transit provides public bus service, with some connections to transit systems in neighbouring Mississauga and Burlington. Go Transit provides commuter bus and train service at the Bronte and Oakville Go Stations. Via Rail operates from the Oakville train station, along the Quebec City-Windsor corridor.

Schools in Oakville

The Halton District School Board serves Oakville for public education. A number of public elementary schools are located in Oakville, such as Munn’s Public School, Palermo Public School, E. J. James Public School, and West Oak Public School. There are six public high schools in Oakville: Abbey Park High School, Iroquois High School, Oakville Trafalgar High School, T. A. Blakelock High School, White Oaks Secondary School, and Garth Webb Secondary School. The Halton Catholic District School Board provides separate education to Oakville, with many well-ranking elementary schools and three high schools: Holy Trinity Catholic Secondary School, St. Ignatius of Loyola Catholic Secondary School, and St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School. Oakville is also home to a number of private schools, as well as the Oakville campus of Sheridan College.

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