Historic Bronte, situated on Lake Ontario between Oakville and Burlington, is bound by the QEW to the north, Lake Ontario to the south, Burloak Drive to the west and Third Line to the east. Transforming itself into a vibrant residential community, Bronte’s older homes are giving way to custom-built estate homes, many on premium waterfront lots. New budding subdivisions feature single, semi-detached, condos and townhomes offering buyers affordable choices while still enjoying the waterfront appeal of Bronte Harbour and Marina.
For commuters, Bronte is ideally situated close to major arteries like the QEW and the 407. Rail and bus service operates from Bronte GO Station, situated on the Lakeshore West line connecting Bronte to communities along the shore, including Toronto.
Access to the lake, great schools, hip restaurants, independent boutiques and a laid-back vibe has long made this neighbourhood sought-after for young married professionals interested in raising a family.