Bayview neighbourhood in Burlington. Popular communities include Grindstone, Tyandaga, Brant, Freeman, Mountainside.
Bayview has 9 homes on the market. Of the 856 total properties listed in Burlington, Bayview makes up just 1.1%. The average asking price of a property in Bayview is $969,500, with an estimated mortgage of $3,284 per month. That is 1.4 times less of the average asking price of $1,339,417 in Burlington. Properties listed in Bayview are an average of 1500 square feet, with 2.3 beds and 2.8 baths. Bayview has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Bayview is a mature, family-oriented waterfront community. This neighbourhood is located south of Highway 403 and west of Waterdown Road.
Bayview real estate listings feature a diverse selection of homes situated on streets lined with mature trees.
There are plenty of parks near Bayview homes for sale. Hidden Valley Park and LaSalle Park are located in the eastern part of the neighbourhood. The Royal Botanical Gardens is also located in Bayview.
Bayview real estate agents’ MLS listings might be the first place to look for families who want a peaceful, scenic neighbourhood close to all amenities, as well as a wide variety of fun things to do.
There are many detached single-family homes available, as well as semi-detached properties and some condominium complexes.
Bayview homes for sale are conveniently located within minutes of several major roads, including Highway 403, Plains Road, and Waterdown Road.
A variety of retailers, restaurants, grocery stores, and other businesses can be found along Plains Road. Downtown Burlington, which is centred at Brant Street and Lakeshore Road, is also just a few minutes east of Bayview.
Elementary schools near Bayview include Aldershot Elementary School (50 Fairwood Place) and Glenview Public School (143 Townsend Avenue). Aldershot High School (50 Fairwood Place) is just one secondary education option in the vicinity.
The Royal Botanical Gardens is a popular weekend destination for Bayview families. This is one of the largest botanical gardens in Canada, as well as a registered heritage site. Families can spend the day wandering the paths and admiring seasonal foliage, dining at one of the teahouses or cafés, and shopping at the gift shop.