Timberlea neighbourhood in Milton. Popular communities include Ford, Old Milton, Trafalgar, Bronte Meadows, Dempsey.
Timberlea has 3 homes on the market. Of the 448 total properties listed in Milton, Timberlea makes up just 0.7%. The average asking price of a property in Timberlea is $636,567, with an estimated mortgage of $2,156 per month. That is 1.8 times less of the average asking price of $1,133,154 in Milton. Properties listed in Timberlea are an average of 500 square feet, with 2.3 beds and 1.7 baths. Timberlea has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
First developed in the 1970s, Timberlea is a peaceful neighbourhood with plenty to offer families with young children.
Timberlea homes for sale are usually situated on deep lots, which makes for plenty of yard space. The neighbourhood is full of mature trees and recreational green space. Parks in the area inclue Sam Sheratt Park, Laurier Park, and several woodlots and parkettes.
With an abundance of nearby schools, shopping areas, recreation centres, and other amenities, Timberlea real estate provides an excellent foundation for a growing family. Because this community is located so close to Old Milton, there is always something fun to do on weekends.
MLS listings for Timberlea feature an array of detached homes, most of which are 30 to 35 years old.
Major roads near Timberlea homes for sale include Thompson Road, Ontario Street, Derry Road, and Main Street. Highway 401 is just a short drive north of Timberlea, which makes this neighbourhood very convenient for commuters.
Milton Mall (55 Ontario Street South) is just a stone’s throw from Timberlea. This mall features large anchor stores such as Target, as well as a number of smaller retailers.
For a charming local shopping experience, Old Milton’s historic Main Street is a must-see.
There are several schools located in and near Timberlea, such as E. W. Foster Public School (320 Coxe Boulevard), Sam Sheratt Public School (649 Laurier Avenue), and Gary Allan High School (215 Ontario Street South).
The Milton Leisure Centre (1100 Main Street East) is a popular spot among sports enthusiasts of all types. This facility boasts a play pool with a water slide, a lap pool, a double gymnasium, fitness rooms and weight rooms, and more.