Oakville for All Ages

The changing demographic in Oakville has this city bustling with great restaurants like Cucci, Noble Bistro, and Jonothan's of Oakville. Night life includes some fun dance clubs, bowling, tapas bars and comedy clubs too. If you are a nature lover you'll want to take advantage of the Royal botanical gardens, which is one of North America's largest botanical gardens, Brontë Creek Provincial Park and the 150 miles of hiking trails along the Niagara escarpment. Special events in the area include the Jazz Festival, the Lakeside festival of lights, a rib fest as well as many great shows at the Oakville Center for the Performing Arts. Living on the waterfront means sailing, rowing, kayaking, and more.  You'll find so many outdoor enthusiasts living in Oakville.

The Neighborhoods

When choosing where to live, think about your distance to public transportation and the availability of parking. If you're single, you'll be glad to hear that Amazon.com ranked Oakville the fourth most romantic place in Canada, probably due to the beautiful harbors the candlelit restaurants and all the winding trails. No matter what neighborhood you choose you might feel like you live on the set of a romance film.

Oakville has many different neighborhoods and each one has its own community feel. If you're looking to live on the water, you want to be looking at Brontë West, Brontë East, Old Oakville and East lake. Of course, these will cost you. If being close to the highways are important, Rural Oakville is close to the 407 or along the 403 you'll find Palermo West, Glen Abbey, College Park, and Clearview.

Other nice neighborhoods that are a little more off the highway include West Oak Trail, River Oaks, Iroquois Ridge, Winston Park, and the Uptown Core. To see a complete list of current available units, try the Search by Map feature as a way of focusing your Oakville apartment search.  Wherever life takes you, know you have a home right here in Oakville, ON! #ApartmentLove

Published: December 25, 2016