Oakville’s oldest neighbourhood is comfortably nestled within the boundaries of the Sixteen Mile Creek to the west, Chartwell Road to the east, Cornwall Road to the North and Lake Ontario to the south.
Rich in heritage properties and new builds alike, Olde Oakville is one of the higher priced and sought after neighbourhoods in the town of Oakville. Olde Oakville gains its popularity from the close proximity to Lake Ontario, Downtown Oakville and its heritage distinction.
Within walking distance to the quaint and highly active Downtown Oakville core, the Olde Oakville neighbourhood offers some of the finest dining in town as well as a classic main street shopping environment. Culture lovers will enjoy proximity to the Centre for the Performing Arts as well as sightseeing opportunities including several Downtown festivals and events.
Houses for Sale and Pricing
Real estate prices in Olde Oakville are well above the Oakville average. Detached houses for sale in the area begin at $650,000+ and reach toward $5,000,000. There is great opportunity for a wide range of budgets, as condos for sale in the area begin in the $275,000 range with townhomes for sale starting at the $750,000 mark.
Access and Activities
Trafalgar Road provides access to the QEW, 407, 401 and the Oakville GO train station.
The abundance of public parks in the area make it easy to enjoy the charm of Olde Oakville. Below are additional activities within walking distance of the Downtown core:
(Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts, Centennial Pool, Oakville Library, and Oakville Art Gallery)
Erchless Estate Museum
The Oakville Club
Oakville Yacht Squadron (OYS)
Burloak Canoe Club
The Oakville Power Boat Club (OPBC)
MacLachlan College (private school)
- New Central (elementary public school)