Alton Village

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Burlington’s newest residential community also referred to on occasion as Alton Village Cornerstone is located in the North East Corner of the city. The homes lie within the street parameters of Walker’s Line East, North of Dundas Street (Highway #5), to Appleby Line and North to the 407 ETR Toll Highway.  You will find residential homes known as “work-and-live” units which serve the Alton Village Cornerstone community. The residential real estate development started in 2006. The properties in Alton Village are known for being attractive, modern and spacious.  Many of homes have a combination of stone and stucco facings, with large windows and grand entrance ways. Vaulted ceilings are common, and high-end finishes can be found in many of the homes in Alton Village.

This neighbourhood is ideal for the buyer who values square footage over lot size Most of the home styles are two story’s, comprised of detached homes, semi-detached and freehold townhomes along with an upscale low-rise condominium apartment buildings at the corner of Dundas Street and Rotary Way. This area features a state of the art skateboard park, a leash-free area for dog-owners, a splash pad, playground, a walking trail and several soccer fields.  For some indoor fun, the brand new Haber Recreation Centre has just opened. This area is ideal for couples and families who are looking for a beautiful, modern turn-key home.  Easy access to the 407, QEW and Appleby GO station make this area perfect for commuters.  Although this area is located on the outskirts of Burlington, you can find all the necessary amenities, such as big box retailers, grocery stores, gas stations and restaurants only a few minutes away.

Elementary schools: Clarksdale, Rolling Meadows, Elizabeth Seton Catholic.
Secondary: M.M. Robinson, Corpus Christi Catholic.

High school: Dr. Frank J. Hayden. The school will offer both English and French Immersion, and share this property with the Haber Sport & Recreation Centre, and an integrated library.

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