Bordering Lake Ontario, South Burlington is characterized by tree-lined streets, many parks and older homes (30+ years). In South Burlington, you will find primarily detached homes within a walk to waterfront trails and closest GO Stations are Appleby and Burlington GO Stations.
Elementary schools: Mohawk, Frontenac, John Tuck, Ryerson, Tecumseh, St. Patrick's, Ascension and St Raphael's Catholic.
Secondary: Nelson, Robert Bateman and Assumption Catholic
This community is located East of Guelph Line and South of the QEW. It services a large area of retail commerce and plazas. It also boasts Burlington’s second largest mall, namely, the Burlington Mall.
Located in the south-east are of Burlington. The Nelson area is generally considered more up-scale and is very mature with easy access to most major routes and highways.
This area is the farthest East community in Burlington and is adjacent to Bronte. The Sherwood area has undergone a lot of residential development, especially with high-density construction. A great neighborhood with the Appleby Go station, many parks and schools make it ideal for families to grow up here.