Oakville > Bronte

Located in the southern west corner of Oakville, Bronte is situated on the shores of Lake Ontario. Founded in 1834, Bronte Harbour Village was established as a small fishing village at the mouth of Twelve Mile Creek and has become a popular attraction for tourists and locals. Known for it’s accessibility to the waterfront, parks, shopping and restaurants. The boundaries of this area are south of Rebecca Street, north of Lake Ontario, east of Burloak Drive and west of Third Line.

What you’ll find in Bronte

Bronte is an area in transition and there are many renovated or new custom-built homes. A typical house in Bronte would be a side-split, back-split, bungalow or newer 2-storey with a single or double car garage. Lot sizes vary and prices range from $770,000 to $3,600,000 (with a few higher sales noted). Prices for townhomes up to 3 bedrooms would range from $440,000 to $1,500,000. This area has several condominium buildings with 1-and 2-bedroom units ranging from $315,000 to $1,410,000.

Community features

  • Bronte Village with restaurants and shopping
  • Bronte Harbour and Lighthouse and Pier
  • Bronte Harbour Yacht Club
  • Waterfront park and walkway
  • Multitude of parks, promenades and trails
  • Mature neighborhoods
  • Close access to major highways and GO station

Schools in Bronte

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Parks in Bronte

12 Mile Lookout Park
Applewood Park
Bronte Athletic Park
Bronte Beach Park
Bronte Bluffs Park
Bronte Creek Lands
Bronte Harbour Park
Bronte Heritage Waterfront Park
Chalmers Park
C. Volkes Memorial Park
Jennings Crescent Park
Lawson Playground
Mohawk Park
Riverview Park
Sheldon Creek Park
Shell Park
South Shell Park
Sovereign Park
Spruce Park
Tecumseh Park
Thornlea Park
Victoria Park
Village Wood Park
Water’s Edge Park
Westbrook Park
Wilmot Park