Trafalgar neighbourhood in Milton. Popular communities include Bronte Meadows, Dempsey, Beaty, Clarke, Harrison.
Trafalgar has 9 homes on the market. Of the 436 total properties listed in Milton, Trafalgar makes up just 2.1%. The average asking price of a property in Trafalgar is $2,388,989, with an estimated mortgage of $8,093 per month. That is 1.9 times of the average asking price of $1,225,627 in Milton. Properties listed in Trafalgar are an average of 500 square feet, with 2 beds and 1.4 baths. Trafalgar has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
The Trafalgar community in Milton, Ontario is a lush rural area set in an amenity rich town. Located just 50 km southwest of Toronto off the 401, the Trafalgar community has experienced enormous growth and offers a variety of newer Milton real estate. Milton is southern Ontario’s fastest growing community and features a charming, pedestrian friendly downtown, well-preserved historical buildings, and newly constructed homes, schools, and community centres.
The Trafalgar community is located in the scenic southeast section of Milton, between the 403 and the 407, just west of Mississauga. The Sixteen Mile Creek runs through the Trafalgar Community and the Mt. Nemo and Rattlesnake Point Conservation areas are less than 10 km away. Trafalgar real estate includes new townhomes and new single-family homes situated on larger lots.
Ample vacant parcels are also readily available in the Trafalgar real estate market. The community is home to the world-class Trafalgar Golf & Country Home in addition to the Royal Ontario Golf Club and several other golf courses. The city of Milton has many parks, biking and hiking trails, and an off-leash dog park is located close to Trafalgar. Another advantage to living in the Trafalgar community are the large number of nurseries, greenhouses and garden centers located in Milton, providing added seasonal color to the tree-filled landscape. And Lake Ontario is approximately 10 km away from Trafalgar.
Milton is one of southern Ontario’s fastest growing cities. It is a diverse, family-friendly community with excellent schools and a charming downtown. Milton also has many arts, culture and recreational activities for children, youth and seniors. Trafalgar homes for sale feature many new and under construction townhomes and larger single family homes. Developments like Wyldwood Forest Townhomes are being built in the still largely rural Trafalgar community. A number of large vacant parcels are for sale in the Trafalgar real estate market, many of which provide scenic views of nearby bluffs and forests.
Homes for sale in Trafalgar include many larger, newer construction homes full of modern amenities, and most are situated on properties of 3 acres or more. Milton’s quaint; amenity rich and walk-able downtown is about 7 km away from Trafalgar. Downtown Milton has many stores and services available to residents and the Milton Fairground is located nearby. Milton also hosts farmer’s markets, film festivals, and street fairs in addition to a wide variety of activities year round.
The Trafalgar Community was originally the Township of Trafalgar, dating back to the early 19th century. The Trafalgar Community’s history is linked with that of the Town of Milton, which was founded 1821 by Jasper Martin, who arrived from Northumberland, England, and built a grist mill along Sixteen Mile creek and what would be later called Mill Pond. The town of Milton was named after the English poet John Milton and became incorporated in 1857.
Trafalgar Township survived until the 1950s and ‘60s, when it was divided between the towns of Oakville and Milton. Trafalgar Township and Milton had a rich farming history throughout the 19th century. Later, Milton became known as a centre for brickmaking with the arrival of railroads in the 1870s. Milton made headlines around Canada in 2006 when the census showed the city grew in population by nearly 70% between 2001 and 2006, and it grew by another 56% between 2006 and 2011.
The Trafalgar real estate listings and community as a whole is still quite rural and the most common way of getting around is by car. Currently, the west lying sections of the Trafalgar neighbourhood are just a few blocks away from the bus lines servicing more populated areas of Milton. Milton is serviced by busses that run between many nearby cities to industrial corridors and to its downtown, making it easy to get to work or to shopping.
Downtown Milton has a high walk-score and many parks and cultural amenities are located nearby. Milton also features many hard surface bikeways running throughout the city in addition to rural hiking trails. The Trafalgar community is also conveniently situated near the intersections of the 403 and 407, and is just a short distance away from the 401.
Trafalgar is a paradise for those that love outdoor activities and golf, located in the amenity rich city of Milton. Trafalgar homes for sale offer views of forests, bluffs, and nearby creeks. Milton has a Centre for the Arts featuring classes for adults, children and youth, a Leisure Centre with a pool and gym, a Sports Centre, a Seniors’ Activity Centre and two public libraries. It has an extensive system of paved biking and walking and rural hiking trails throughout forests and nearby waterways. Milton hosts an annual Downtown Street Festival in addition to a Fall Fair, farmer’s markets, a film festival and other arts and culture events.
The Trafalgar community is a golf lover’s and paradise! It’s home to the Trafalgar Golf & Country Club, the Wyldewood Golf and Country Club, the Royal Ontario Golf Club, Piper’s Health and Golf Club, and the Rattlesnake Point Golf Club. Drumquin Woods and the Drumquin Park are also located in Trafalgar and the Wagging Tail Trail, a leash free dog park, is nearby.
The city of Milton has over 120 acres of woodlot, 380 acres of parks and 190 acres of open space. It has recreation facilities featuring community tennis courts, a pool, a splash pad, BMX and skate parks, an outdoor ice rink and a number of indoor and outdoor sports facilities.