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Milton Ontario Homes For Sale
October 20, 2021
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Milton Ontario Overview

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For a period in the early 2000s, Milton, Ontario was Canada’s fastest growing municipality. The town now has a population of over 100,000 people, showing that the growth has slowed in recent years, but only by a little. Milton is a part of the Greater Toronto Area, located within the Halton Region. Residents are drawn to Milton because of its easy access to Toronto and its own booming commerce sector.

Real Estate in Milton Ontario

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Firstly, where is Milton? It’s 25 minutes north of Burlington, 25 minutes northwest of Oakville, and just 50 minutes southwest of the Toronto core. The city spans about 40 square kilometres and has direct access to the 400 series Highway. Milton may have grown rapidly, but along the way, it has developed a strong community and a commitment to industry that makes this town more than just a commuter hub for Toronto.

Milton’s closest neighbour, Oakville, sports some of the highest real estate prices in the area. Unlike Hamilton, Burlington, and Oakville, Milton isn’t on the waters of Lake Ontario, but it makes up for it with a lower average residential sale price in the mid $700,000s. As is the case with a lot of GTA cities, a detached property in Milton will almost always be listed above the average while condos, townhouses, and sometimes semi-detached properties will be within the $500,000 to $650,000 range depending on size and type. New condos and homes are being proposed and built as the city grows, so this helps to make up for the low inventory issue that many similar cities have in common.   

Living in Milton Ontario

Highways aside, Milton is part of the GO Transit network and is connected to Toronto through Mississauga by both a bus route and a rail line. Not only is getting to Toronto easy, but getting around Milton is pretty convenient, too. The town has public transportation offered by Milton Transit. Milton Transit buses run along 13 different routes with regular weekday hours, a reduced Saturday schedule, and no Sunday or holiday service. The GO Bus also further connects Milton to Cambridge, Kitchener-Waterloo, and Oakville.

Milton is serviced by the Halton District School Board, the Halton Catholic District School Board, and the Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir. Across all boards, there are more than 25 elementary schools and 4 high schools with an additional selection of private school options.

Recreational activities are an important part of the Milton community and as the hometown of several sports ‘Hall of Fame-rs’, there is no shortage of available sports. Badminton, Tennis, Cricket, Competitive Swimming, Curling - you play it, Milton has a team or club to support the sport. Looking for another way to stay active? Milton has a selection of indoor community centres, public sports fields, parks, trails, and dog parks to enjoy. Other aspects of the community to try are local events and the Downtown Milton Street Festival in June.