About Old Milton
Old Milton neighbourhood in Milton. Popular communities include Ford, Timberlea, Trafalgar, Bronte Meadows, Dempsey.
Old Milton has 33 homes on the market. Of the 450 total properties listed in Milton, Old Milton makes up just 7.3%. The average asking price of a property in Old Milton is $610,100, with an estimated mortgage of $2,067 per month. That is 1.9 times less of the average asking price of $1,133,154 in Milton. Properties listed in Old Milton are an average of 500 square feet, with 2 beds and 1.5 baths. Old Milton has 6.1% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
With its picturesque downtown area and stately old homes, Old Milton is both a charming place to visit and an excellent area to live.
Old Milton real estate listings feature properties situated in a neighbourhood with a distinct historical flavour, with plenty of mature trees and well-maintained century homes.
There are several parks near Old Milton homes for sale, including Rotary Park and Dempsey Neighbourhood Park.
Old Milton is an area steeped in culture and history, with plenty of events to attend year-round. It is also a very conveniently-located neighbourhood for commuters, as Highway 401 is just a short drive away.
MLS listings for Milton feature detached homes both old and new, as well as condominium complexes along Main Street near Ontario Street.
A grist mill built along Sixteen-Mile Creek by English settler Jasper Martin was the backbone of the settlement that would become Milton. By 1837, the settlement became known as Mill Town, which was eventually shortened to Milton.
Main Street, Ontario Street, Martin Street, and Thompson Road are the major routes through Old Milton. Highway 401, located just north of Old Milton, is accessible via Martin Street.
Historic Main Street is a popular shopping destination among both locals and visitors. Shoppers can explore local boutiques, restaurants, art galleries, salons, and more.
Schools near Old Milton homes for sale include Martin Street Public School (184 Martin Street), J. M. Denyes Public School (215 Thomas Street), and Gary Allen High School (215 Ontario Street South).
Main Street is the site of several popular cultural events and festivals. The Milton Street Festival is one of Milton’s most popular events, and has been lauded by Festivals and Events Ontario as one of the top 100 in the province. This festival features live performances of all types, including music, comedy, and dance. Kids can also enjoy crafts, carnival games, and more.