Orchard neighbourhood in Burlington. Popular communities include Tansley, Bronte Creek, Headon, Appleby, Palmer.
Orchard has 22 homes on the market. Of the 686 total properties listed in Burlington, Orchard makes up just 3.2%. The average asking price of a property in Orchard is $842,899, with an estimated mortgage of $2,855 per month. That is 1.9 times less of the average asking price of $1,560,004 in Burlington. Properties listed in Orchard are an average of 760 square feet, with 2.5 beds and 2.5 baths. Orchard has 22.7% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Orchard is an attractive, family-oriented community in the northeast corner of Burlington. The neighbourhood is bounded on the north by Dundas Street, on the east by Bronte Creek, on the south by Upper Middle Road, and on the west by Appleby Line.
Orchard features homes situated on peaceful, neatly manicured streets and crescents lined with young trees. Because Orchard real estate is geared toward families with young children, there are many parks located throughout the neighbourhood.
For families looking for a conveniently located neighbourhood close to all amenities, Orchard real estate listings might be the first place to look. Orchard real estate agents’ MLS listings are quite diverse, and feature a wide variety of price ranges to meet any family’s budget.
Most Orchard homes for sale were built in 1990 or later. There are many spacious, multi-story detached homes, as well as semi-detached homes, townhouses and apartment-style condominiums. Some of Orchard’s most sought-after real estate backs up to scenic Bronte Creek.
Orchard is a convenient neighbourhood for commuters to Toronto and other cities, as it is located just a few minutes south of Highway 407 and just north of Highway 403. Other major roads near Orchard homes for sale include Dundas Street, Appleby Line, and Burloak Drive.
Public transportation is available near Orchard from Burlington Transit, with connections to the Appleby GO Station for rail commuters.
Because Burlington real estate is located near so many major roads, shopping is easily accessible. Shopping plazas can be found along streets such as Appleby Line, and feature a wide selection of brand-name retailers, restaurants, professional offices, and other businesses.
There are plenty of schools to choose from in Orchard. Elementary school options include Orchard Park Public School (5151 Dryden Avenue), St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Elementary School (5070 Dryden Avenue), and Alexander’s Public School (2223 Sutton Drive).
Corpus Christi Catholic Secondary School (5150 Upper Middle Road) is just one secondary schooling option available to Orchard residents.
There are countless ways to spend the day at Orchard’s many parks and playgrounds. Families can wander along hiking paths, have an afternoon picnic, play on the jungle gyms, and play on sports fields.