Milton is home to Rattlesnake Point and Hilton Falls, some of the Halton Region’s most beautiful natural attractions. Milton’s population has gone from just over 30,000 to over 100,000 people, making it one of the fastest growing communities in Canada. Many commuters to either Hamilton or Toronto choose to live in Milton because of its convenient services and central location.

Compared to nearby Burlington and Oakville, Milton sits between the two in terms of average sale price. Milton offers detached homes, apartment-style condos, townhouses, and semi-detached properties.

Increased demand for GTA bedroom communities inspired a flurry of expansion and development for towns like Milton. During this period, Milton earned its reputation as one of the fastest growing towns in Canada, so it’s no surprise that the majority of neighbourhoods in Milton were actually developed post-2000.

Old Milton is the original area of town. It has the widest ranges of home prices and ages, from heritage buildings to suburbs built in the 60s and 70s. Old Milton can be further divided into the core Old Milton, Bronte Meadows, Dorset Park, and Timberlea.

New Milton wraps around Old Milton, with newer neighbourhoods to the East, South, and West, all located south of the 401. Development began in the East end of Milton around the year 2000 and brought the neighbourhoods of Dempsey, Clarke, Beaty, and Coates to life. The neighbourhoods West of Old Milton are slightly newer, with development beginning here after 2005. The western area includes the neighbourhoods of Harrison, Scott, and Willmott.

There are no shortages of conveniences in Milton. From shopping areas, to schools, libraries, public programs, and transportation, the services in Milton have kept up with the town’s rapid growth and are some of the biggest highlights of the area. Milton Transit operates 13 bus routes and connects to the GO Transit network. The town has endless home-grown attractions to ensure that you don’t have to go far to make the most of your evening or weekend.

Milton’s Farmers Market is one the best ways to spend a Saturday morning in downtown Milton. Another popular summer attraction in Milton is the Downtown Milton Street Festival and the local farms that are open to the public! If you love outdoor activity, Milton offers beautiful views, trails, parks, and sites for family-fun. Milton’s stunning natural beauty is largely thanks to its position on the Niagara Escarpment. Visitors and residents to any of Milton’s many parks can experience the views and biodiversity that make this region of Ontario so special. Milton operates six parks and conservation areas, Rattlesnake Point, Crawford Lake, Hilton Falls, Kelso Conservation Area, Mountsberg Conservation Area, and Robert Edmondson Park. These parks are popular spots in any season with trails, camping, and fishing opportunities in the warmer months and cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and even snow-camping at some locations during the winter!

If you are looking for a quieter GTA experience that still feels vibrant with family and community activity, then Welcome Home in Milton.

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Office: 905.331.6790

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