Clearview neighbourhood in Oakville. Popular communities include Winston Park, Iroquois Ridge South, Iroquois Ridge North, College Park, Rural Oakville.
Clearview has 28 homes on the market. Of the 1427 total properties listed in Oakville, Clearview makes up just 2%. The average asking price of a property in Clearview is $1,130,931, with an estimated mortgage of $3,831 per month. That is 1.6 times less of the average asking price of $1,829,735 in Oakville. Properties listed in Clearview are an average of 1167 square feet, with 3.5 beds and 3.3 baths. Clearview has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Clearview, developed in the 1980s and ‘90s, is a family-friendly community that features a well-planned interconnected park system.
Clearview homes for sale are surrounded by trees and greenery. Parks in this area—including Jonathan Park, Avonhead Ridge Trail, Bishopstoke Park, and Kingford Gardens—are connected by a trail system.
Clearview has much to offer young families looking for a first home, including affordable real estate and easy access to schools, shopping, and other amenities.
MLS listings for Clearview primarily feature detached homes and link homes, but townhouses are also available.
Major roads near Clearview homes for sale include Highway 403, Queen Elizabeth Drive, Winston Churchill Boulevard, Ford Drive, and Royal Windsor Drive.
Grocery stores, restaurants, and other businesses can be found along major roads such as Ford Drive. The Upper Oakville Shopping Centre (1011 Upper Middle Road East) is also just east of Clearview, and features many big-box retailers.
Schools available to Clearview families include James W. Hill Public School (2860 Kingsway Drive), St. Luke Elementary School (2750 Kingsway Drive), and Clarkson Secondary School (2524 Bromsgrove Road).
Joshua’s Creek Arenas (1663 North Service Road East) is a must-visit for hockey enthusiasts of all ages. This facility boasts two large ice arenas and two smaller shooter pads, and is the home of the Oakville Hornets. Families can participate in public skating hours, skating classes and clinics, pickup hockey games, and more.