Bronte Creek

Bronte Creek is located on the very North West Corner of Oakville.  The area is located just west of Bronte Road, North of Upper Middle and South of Dundas Street. 

Bronte Creek is located on the very North West Corner of Oakville.  The area is located just west of Bronte Road, North of Upper Middle and South of Dundas Street. 

Bronte Creek is one of Oakville's new"er" upscale developments.  The area was built roughly between 2004 and 2014 by the following builders: Monarch, Branthaven, Fernbrook and Mattamy.

Unlike so many cookie cutter developments, Bronte Creek has the appeal of an abundance of greenspace.  Homeowners in the area enjoy access to kilometres of walking trails just steps away in Bronte Provincial Park.  There is also a wide expanse of greenspace running between Colonel William and Valleyridge which offers great trails and natural beauty.  When you buyers drive through this community for the first time they often comment on the fact that the neighbourhood feels much more mature than the homes within it because of all the trees and trail systems.  It's a special neighbourhood that offers the size, features and finishes home buyers are looking for in a home combined with mature landscapes and lots of greenspace.  

Bronte Creek offers a good mix of starter ($400K+) and high end townhomes ($800,000-$1,300,000+) as well as smaller 3 bedroom one car garage detached homes and larger 3000-3500 sqft homes on ravine lots.  Detached homes range in price from the low $600,000's to over $1,500,000.  For the coveted two car garage, 4 bedroom detached homes, buyers can expect to pay in the low $900,000+ range.  While bungalows are not typically built anymore, there are a handful of bungalow loft style homes that start around $800,000 that have master bedrooms on the main floor.

Bronte Creek offers a choice of two new (less than 5 years old) elementary schools, Palermo which offers dual track French immersion and English programs as well as St. Mary's Catholic schools.  Both schools are kindergarten to grade 8.  Currently high school students are bused out of the district to either Garth Webb(English) or Blakelock (French immersion) or St. Thomas Aquinas (Catholic).