The majority of the homes in West Oakville were built between the 1940s to 1960s. Predominately small bungalows on nice size lots. Recently, there has been a lot of turn over and the neighbourhood is attracting buyers looking to build custom homes close to downtown Oakville. There are also a small number of townhomes that make up West Oakville, which are well located close to many amenities.
1940s – 1960s
Affordable homes with good proximity to Central Oakville, and Lake Ontario, and easy access to the QEW.
Young families, or downsizers looking for affordable options in Oakville, like townhomes or post war bungalows surrounded by large trees and lots of green space. Generous lot sizes also attract those looking to build a brand new custom built home in Oakville, south of the QEW. Oakville Transit provides public transportation throughout the neighborhood.
Modest, 3 bedroom split-levels and post-war bungalows are quickly being replaced with larger two storey new homes.
Families looking to build a new home on a large lot south of the QEW with mature trees and existing surrounding neighbourhoods.
Detached bungalow homes fetch between $400,000 to $700,000 and newer homes on larger lots can go up to $2,000,000.
The proximity to downtown, shops, restaurants and amenities. The new Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre.
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