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Steven Burrows
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Community of BRONTE


  • Very diverse selection of housing including High rise Condominiums, Luxurious new Townhomes & Detached homes, older renovated "Character" Homes, and Lakefront Estates
  • Modest two-storey Homes to Large Executive Homes on Lake Ontario 
  • Unique Bronte harbour location with many shops & restaurants, and new Senior's Recreation Centre within walking distance.

Old Village of Bronte is loctated between Burloak Drive (Burlington) and Third Line, South of Rebecca Street and North of Lake Ontario. Bronte, a popular tourist area with a great assortment of pubs & restaurants. Bronte Marina, recently enlarged and includes a large new restaurant on the Lake. Most homes in Bronte are either Townhomes or Condo Apartments. 



Lakeshore Woods Development


Lakeshore Woods, new development within Bronte – Located East of Burloak, South of Rebecca & North of Lakeshore. It consists of Large Luxury Homes and High-end Townhomes.


Bronte Village, West Oakville

Bronte Community
Town of Oakville Planning Services Dept.
Long Range Plans

Oakville is a city of about 135,000 people. There are three harbours, many parks, shops, malls, libraries, cinemas, theatres, clubs, beaches, museums, galleries, sports facilities, cafés, bars and restaurants. There is the popular Waterfront Festival during June with other celebrations and parades at different times of the year. This is a wonderful place to live and work. Oakville is a lovely, safe area with a high standard of living. Situated a few minutes walk from the lake, parks, post office, banks, pharmacies, shopping malls, coffee shops, cafés, fast food shops, stores and services. Oakville is about 30 minutes by car or 40 minutes by train from Toronto and an hour from Niagara Falls and the US border.

Hi, my name is Steven Burrows. I am a sales representative with Coldwell Banker Home & Family Realty in Oakville.
The Oakville, Milton and District real estate board released figures recently that show the number of properties coming onto the market continues to rise and that the trend toward a balanced market continues, as we have been saying for several months, the real estate market has become a much more balanced arena for both buyers and sellers.

Changes to the market may mean that sellers should consider longer lead times to market a property and that an expectation of a higher price than your neighbour may not materialize the way it might have a year ago. With such a wide range of homes to choose from buyers would be wise to engage the services of a realtor at an earlier stage in the process to ensure that the don’t get bogged down in their search.

I would encourage both buyers and sellers, to make use of the unique knowledge a local realtor has about the neighbourhoods of Oakville, their amenities and the value of the homes in those neighbourhoods. As the market changes, the knowledge a realtor has, regarding those subtle changes can make a huge difference in the experience you have in a Real Estate transaction. Realtors are required to take ongoing training as part of licensing requirements, continue to improve their skills and update their knowledge of the market regularly.

Some Unique Facts about Oakville’s Waterfront:
Since 1987, we’ve been recording and tracking the activities on the waterfront here in Oakville, as well as Burlington. There are some remarkable facts that make this waterfront unique. Burlington has 178 properties on the lake with only 5 non-riparian properties.
Oakville’s waterfront starts at Burloak Drive at the Burlington / Oakville border in the West and stretches to Winston Churchill in the East to Mississauga. Oakville has 278 waterfront properties in total. 163 with riparian and 115 with non-riparian rights. Only 12 properties are greater than 3 acres and only 32 properties are greater than 1 acre. The low levels of availability keep prices rising due to the increasing interest and desire to live on the lake.
The demand for lakefront has intensified even more over the last couple of years as more homeowners have taken to design their dream homes & estates that reflect their tastes and lifestyle and yet are also investing in the realization that they are not alone and as more money is invested, it continues to keep the values high and secure.
Nowhere in Canada has the investment in land and new homes been matched. No wonder the decision to invest in our lakefront properties is continuing to grow, as these unique facts and the realization that Oakville is the Best little town in Canada, where our waterfront has a unique blend of Public Parks, Marinas, Shopping and private residences.

You won't want to miss the sights + sounds of the Oakville Waterfront Festival!


 June - Coronation Park

  Oakville is a wonderful destination for visitors looking for big name entertainment without big city hassles.  Offering a dazzling array of attractions and events year ‘round, it absolutely bursts with fun summer festivals. Visit Oakville this summer and discover why the Oakville Waterfront Festival is voted one of the Top 50 Festivals in Ontario.

The Festival is excited to be hosting two fabulous new attractions, Celebrate Oakville Homecoming Weekend to recognize the Town's 150th anniversary, and Garden Smart with some of your favourite TV gardening personalities showing us how to be kinder to the environment while still having a beautiful garden. Oakville does Festivals well.  Come and indulge in the excitement!  Visit www.oakvillefestival.com for more information.


Here’s what a REALTOR can do for you:

  • A REALTOR will help you determine a price range you can afford. Often a REALTOR can suggest ways to accrue the down payment and explain alternative financing methods.
  • A REALTOR knows the local money market, and can also tell you what personal and financial data to bring with you when you apply for a loan.
  • A REALTOR is already familiar with current real estate values, taxes, utility costs, municipal services and facilities, and may be aware of local zoning changes that could affect your decision to buy.
  • A REALTOR can usually research your housing needs in advance through a Multiple Listing Service – even if you are relocating from another city.
  • A REALTOR will be well acquainted with all you’ll want to know about a neighbourhood you may be considering, like the quality of schools, the number of children in the area, the safety of the neighborhood, traffic volume, and more.
  • A REALTOR can show you only those homes best suited to your needs–size, style, features, location, and accessibility to schools, transportation, shopping and other personal preferences.

With immediate access to homes as soon as they’re put on the market, a REALTOR can save you hours of time hunting for the perfect home. When it’s time to make an offer on a home, a REALTOR can point out ways to structure your deal to save you money. He or she will explain the advantages and disadvantages of different types of mortgages, guide you through the paperwork, and be there to answer last-minute questions when you sign the final papers at closing.
Where do I find a REALTOR?

Look for a REALTOR who listens well and understands your needs, and whose judgment you trust. The ideal REALTOR knows the local area and has resources and contacts to help you in your search. Overall, you want to choose an agent that makes you feel comfortable and can provide the knowledge and services you need.

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