Steps from Lakeshore Drive with numerous amenities, these 3-storey buildings on a tree-lined street are ideally situated near schools, shops, and parks. Walking distance to the lake, a block away from the bus stop and Trafalgar Park, and 2 km from the QEW and Dorval Drive.
193 & 205 Maurice Drive, Oakville, Ontario
The elegant, completely renovated 14 storey apartment building and the spacious multi-level townhomes of Wallace Pines are centrally located in the heart of Oakville near Trafalgar Road.
1260 Marlborough Court, Oakville, Ontario
Oakville, with a population of nearly 194,000 according to the 2016 Canada census, is just 30 minutes from downtown Toronto and only an hour’s drive from Niagara Falls and the United States border. In 2018, MoneySense magazine named Oakville as the ‘best place to live in Canada’ by analyzing over 400 Canadian cities based on the economy, affordability, safety, culture, as well as access to health care services, transit and schools. Activities and amenities abound in Oakville: Bronte Provincial Park hosts a maple syrup festival, there is a jazz festival downtown, there are shows at the Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts and art at the Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre and numerous galleries in the historic downtown. Oakville offers 1,420 hectares of parkland, 150 kilometres of trails, and more than 200 parks, garden plots, off-leash dog parks, playgrounds, skateboard parks, splash pads, sports fields, tennis courts, two scenic harbours (Bronte Harbour and Oakvile Harbour) and 31 waterfront parks.
Oakville is also renowned for its beautiful shopping and dining districts, which include the historic and sophisticated Downtown Oakville — one of the foremost shopping and dining destinations in Ontario with architecturally preserved storefronts. The old-world charm of the waterfront Village of Bronte and the eclectic and multicultural Kerr Village have something for everyone.. Oakville is home to a variety of renowned attractions including the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame and the Glen Abbey Golf Course, host to the Canadian Open for numerous years.
Oakville is covered by the Halton District School Board, Halton Catholic District School Board, Conseil scolaire de district du Centre-Sud-Ouest, and Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud. The city is also home to Appleby College and Sheridan College.