Why is Oakville
Nestled on the shores of Lake Ontario, Oakville is known for its two picturesque harbours, vibrant shopping districts, active arts community and some of the best dining options in the Greater Toronto Area. Founded in 1857, the impressive town of Oakville has become one of the most sought-after residential and business centres in Ontario, and for good reason. With great neighbourhoods, quality schools, charming shopping districts, and quick access to the QEW, 403, 407, and GO Transit, Oakville has all the advantages of an urban centre while maintaining its small-town ambiance.
There’s no shortage of natural splendour in Oakville. With over 1400 hectares of parkland, 150 kilometres of trails, and 31 waterfront parks, enjoying the beauty of the outdoors is weaved into every day. Oakville also boasts the best weather in the country, according to Environment Canada, with just the right amount of precipitation and days under zero degrees. And with plenty of boating opportunities on the lake, the summer months are made even better.
Residents enjoy theatre, dance, music and comedy performances at the Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts, playing golf at one of Oakville’s many golf courses, or stepping into history at the Oakville Museum at Erchless Estate, located in the home Oakville’s founding family.
- Lakeside Park
- Coronation Park
- Waterworks Park
- Appleby College
- MacLachlan College
- Oakville Academy for the Arts
- Cucci Restaurant
- Hexagon Restaurant
- La Parisienne Creperie
- Oliver & Bonacini Café and Grill
- Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts
- Oakville Museum at Erchless Estate
- Oakville is known for its two picturesque harbours.
- GO Transit
- VIA Rail
- Quick Access to Highways
- Oakville Golf Club
- Oakville Executive Golf
- Canadian Golf Hall of Fame & Museum
- Glen Abbey Golf Club
Distrikt's newest community is located in Oakville at the foot of QEW and Trafalgar across from the Oakville GO Train.
A community of two condos with a mix of suite types, (including two-floor units) plus a separate block of towns, both condo and freehold.
Two 30-storey towers overlooking parks and ravines; close to shopping and transportation. Quick and easy access to Hwys 403 and 407, and the future Uptown Core transit hub.
This collection of modern towns feels urban, fresh, and contemporary in contrast to traditional homes. These spacious, elegant residences have a sleek, contemporary architectural signature.
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BURNHAMTHORPE / DUNDAS
Classic townhomes in beautiful Islington Village.
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BATHURST / ELDERWOOD
Exclusive 4-storey 45-suite boutique towns with private amenity spaces. Transportation links minutes to the new Eglinton Crosstown, easy access to the Allen Expressway and a short trip to downtown.
FOREST HILL VILLAGE
Two semi-detached and one detached multimillion dollar homes in the heart of Forest Hill just a short walk to great shopping and restaurants with easy access to downtown Toronto.