Alton neighbourhood in Burlington. Popular communities include Shoreacres, Appleby, Roseland, Orchard, Palmer.
Alton has 70 homes on the market. Of the 793 total properties listed in Burlington, Alton makes up just 8.8%. The average asking price of a property in Alton is $1,154,595, with an estimated mortgage of $3,911 per month. That is 1.2 times less of the average asking price of $1,442,770 in Burlington. Properties listed in Alton are an average of 1496 square feet, with 3 beds and 3 baths. Alton has 1.4% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Alton is among the newest communities in Burlington, with the first development in this area beginning in 2006. This neighbourhood is bounded by Highway 407, Bronte Creek, and Dundas Street.
Alton real estate listings feature homes situated along neat new streets lined with young trees.
Parks near Alton homes for sale include Taywood Park and Berton Park.
For families looking for a place to grow, Alton MLS listings are a great place to start. Alton is still receiving some final touches, so it will grow with the families who move in. There are many very spacious detached homes for sale in Alton.
Alton’s proximity to Highway 407 makes the area particularly convenient for commuters to Toronto and other cities. Other major roads near Alton real estate include Walkers Line, Appleby Line, and Dundas Street.
The Burlington North SmartCentre, located at Dundas Street and Appleby Line, features a variety of retailers, restaurants, grocery stores, and other businesses.
Schools near Alton include Charles. R. Beaudoin Public School (4313 Clubview Drive) and Notre Dame Roman Catholic Secondary School (2333 Headon Forest Drive).
There are plenty of places to spend the afternoon golfing near Alton. Millcroft Golf Club (2155 Country Club Drive) has been voted Burlington’s “Best Golf Course” by the Readers Choice Awards for the past ten years.