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West Oakville Neighbourhood

An actively transitioning neighbourhood in a setting of mature trees and ravines.

The Vibe

West Oakville is undergoing change. An appealing neighbourhood filled with parks, green spaces and streets lined by mature trees; the community is ideally situated to recreational and cultural facilities, good schools, and shopping.

It’s popular with families, downsizers, and investors looking for a relatively affordable property by way of original detached homes. Generous lot dimensions are attractive to those wishing to either replace or renovate the existing dwelling’s footprint.

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What’s West Oakville Neighbourhood all About

West Oakville is an actively transitioning neighbourhood in a setting of mature trees and ravines. Developed during the Baby Boomer years of the 1940’s to 1960’s, large lots with bungalows and split levels catered to young and growing families. Today, these same moderate homes exist alongside newly built high end custom properties. In the vicinity of Dorval and Rebecca, a more recent and affluent pocket of executive towns is within walking distance of Old Oakville and Kerr Village.

The focal point for the neighbourhood’s activities is the Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre with an indoor swimming pool, a variety of stellar artistic studios, and labs for the creative minded. Tennis, anyone? The Bronte Tennis Club, a non-profit facility in affiliation with the Town, has one public and seven club courts, a clubhouse, organized programs, lessons and summer camps.

Key to the community is the South Oakville Shopping Centre on the corner of Third Line and Rebecca for groceries, dining, professional offices, pharmacy, retail, and a fitness club. Everything from eateries, businesses catering to home or office needs and professional services are based along the length of Speers Road.

In West Oakville, the young, the young at heart, executives, working families and retirees coexist on the ever changing streetscapes of the neighbourhood. Whatever your interests, they can be discovered and enjoyed right here in this ever popular community.

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Local Attractions

The Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre first opened its doors in 2012. A multi-use facility of more than 144,000 square feet, it has become the arts and cultural hub of Oakville featuring exhibits encompassing all artistic mediums, drop in programs, classes, workshops, camps and so much more. QEPCCC is also home to many non-profit arts and cultural groups in town.

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  • South Oakville Centre Shopping
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