Bordering Lake Ontario, South Burlington is characterized by tree lined streets, many parks and older homes (30+ years). Its primarily detached homes are within a walk to waterfront trails and close proximity to the GO Station.
Cumberland / Dynes
This community services a large area of retail commerce and plazas. It also boasts Burlington’s second largest mall, the Burlington Centre. Buyers looking for an older home to renovate with their own finishes will find great value in these neighbourhoods. Because the homes are less expensive than the other areas in South Burlington, the Dynes neighbourhood is considered to be a hidden gem. Values continue to rise here and in the surrounding areas, but there is still time to get into this neighbourhood at an affordable price
Nelson / Longmoor
Located in the south-east area of Burlington. The Nelson area is generally considered more up-scale and mature, with easy access to most major routes and highways.
Pinedale / Sherwood
Whether you’re looking for your first starter home, or looking to settle in a more mature community, this neighbourhood has plenty of affordable options, and variety of home styles that suit your need. Pinedale community is predominantly comprised of single family detached homes that were built in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. In addition to the detached properties, the community offers a mixture of semidetached homes, townhomes and condominium apartment buildings. This area is popular for its maturity, larger lots, reasonable pricing, proximity to Toronto, and access to the GO Station
Sherwood Forest neighbourhood is located at the easternmost part (closest to Burloak). It is newer with construction starting in the 1990’s and ending in 2000, offering a mixture of 2-Storey Detached, Semi Detached, Link and Freehold Townhomes. It appeals to people who want a newer build but prefer to live south of the QEW.