Burlington city is in the middle of the vibrant city life and the rural living which provides its residents with well balanced life. The downtown core of the city has many things to offer such has restaurants, malls, nightlife and many more. Walking through the streets which has homes of many families, retirees and young professionals are very quiet. Burlington is the perfect place for a family to grow. It has many elementary and secondary schools, so children will have many opportunities when it comes to education.
Along the Lake Ontario the city has beautiful and spacious waterfront. Along the most southern and southeastern sides of the city the lake stretches exactly between the Hamilton and Oakville. With no doubt the most popular lakefront entertainment area is the Spencer Smith Park with many restaurants, children playgrounds, boardwalk, greenery and walkways. Other famous recreational areas include LaSalle Park Mount Nemo Conservation Area Lowville Park Sherwood Forest Park, Paletta Lakefront Park, and Nelson Park.
Maple view Mall and Burlington Mall are the two malls of Burlington. Sephora, Forever 21, H&M, The Bay, Indigo, Winners, and Apple, among many others are the enticing and most popular retail stores that are present in these elite shopping centers. There are many big amenities such as libraries, banks, coffee shops, hockey rinks, home and garden stores, restaurants, recreational areas, swimming pools that Burlington offers to its residents.
Sound of Music Festival is the most popular festival occur in the Spencer Smith Park of the Burlington at the beginning of the summer. In this festival the residents experience products and services of the local business, vendors, vibrant music, food trucks and art and culture of the local or resident artists. Annual Ribfest is the other festival that Burlington hosts and it occurs when the Hamilton hosts Super crawl. There are many festivals that Toronto hosts at the same tie such as Caribana and Canadian Music Week, Toronto Jazz Festival, Digital Dreams, and North by Northeast (NXNE).
Many major GTA highways can be access easily. The city has three GO transit stations which include Appleby GO, Burlington GO, and Aldershot GO. From these residents can take GO trains, city buses, and GO buses. So, living in Burlington makes the life easy.
Average House Price;
The average price of a two-bedroom detached house with two-bathroom is $1.0M, while of a four-bedroom house with four-bathroom is of $1.2M, a five-bedroom house with five-bathroom is of $1.3M and a six-bedroom house with six-bathroom is of $1.6M. the prices of townhouses are less than that of detached houses. A single bedroom townhouse with one bathroom is of $632K, a double bedroom townhouse with two-bathroom is of $712K, a three-bedroom with three-bathroom is of $724K and a four-bedroom town house is of $800K. The prices of a condominium are even less than that of town houses. A single bedroom condo is of $433K, a two-bedroom condo with two-bathroom is of $526K and a three-bedroom condo is of $630K.
The affordable neighborhoods of Burlington to live in are
- Dynes, Longmore, Pinedale
- Central, plains, Maple
- Tyandaga, Brant Hills, Mountainside