Friday, January 4, 2019
The City of Burlington is consistently ranked as one of the top cities to live in Canada, according to Moneysense. The following are a few hip neighbourhoods for young families and new homebuyers.
This hip community is situated in the north-west corner of Burlington, seconds from Highway 407. Brant Hills is an established community that features lots of properties including entry level, freehold town homes, semi-detached and linked properties. A great place for growing families, the Hills has seven different schools and is home to many parks and trails. Another fantastic draw of Brant Hills is Amherst Community Garden. This large community garden is a perfect place to escape hectic work life.
This neighbourhood is roughly 30 years old and is also home to seven different schools. Established forest and tree lined streets of double car garages are the norm in Headon. The community is also home to the heritage site, Ireland House. Established in 1837, the Ireland House hosts many community events through out the year to help families celebrate. Foodies love Headon Forest, with plenty of diners and cafes as well as 5 West Brewpub and Kitchen. This British pub has plenty of craft beers, trivia and live acts throughout the calendar year.
Families of all shapes and sizes, as well as all age groups will love the community of Corporate in Burlington. Loaded with condominium buildings as well as a long-term care facility and daycares, Corporate is aimed at facilitating families old and young. This uptown community is within walking distance of many amenities as well as the massive Des Jardines Park. Find all sorts of fun and entertainment through recreation and community events in Corporate, Burlington!
If you’re planning a move this coming spring, the time is now to start looking around Burlington. Visit www.burlingtonneighbourhoods.com for all sorts of listings.