The majority of the homes in West Oakville were built between the 1940s to 1960s. Predominately small bungalows on good size lots. More recently, there has been a surge in development and investment with new custom homes replacing the originals and increasing values. There is also a small subset of townhomes.
1940s – 1960s
Good proximity to Central Oakville and Lake Ontario, easy access to the QEW and Oakville YMCA.
Young families or right-sizers looking for varying options in south Oakville; townhomes or bungalows surrounded by large trees and lots of green space. Generous lot sizes also attract those looking to build custom south of the QEW.
Original bungalows and splits are quickly being refreshed or replaced with larger two storey homes.
Families looking to build a new home on a large lot south of the QEW with mature trees in a family centric neighbourhood.
The proximity to downtown, local shops and amenities and Bronte Village and Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre.
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