Headon Forest Real Estate Burlington
Headon Forest General Information:
With approximately 20 years to mature and grow, the community of Headon Forest provides tree lined streets with well landscaped yards and the charm of bricked houses. Featuring mostly single family homes on moderate sized lots the area spans from Appleby Line on the east to Walkers Line on the west and from Dundas Street (Hwy. 5) in the North to Upper Middle Road in the South.
The neighborhood of Headon Forest offers a family feel with numerous schools close by, shopping areas and parks. There is a variety of housing styles from detached homes to condominium townhouses.
Walkers Line and Dundas, Walkers Line and Upper Middle, Guelph Line and Upper Middle, Guelph Line and Dundas.
Headon Rd, Headon Forest Dr., Jordan, Deer Run, Cleaver, Pinemeadow, Longmeadow, Northhampton.
Headon Forest Real Estate Home Values:
Detached homes are listed between $400,000 – $650,000 while townhouses and mid size condominiums can be found for under $300,000.
Homes range in age from 20 to 25 years with the majority built by Lambton, Mattamy and Costain.
Style of Home Average Price*
Detached-Single Car Garage $363,600
Detached-Double Garage $508,443
Freehold-Townhouse/Link Homes $320,500
Condominium Townhouses $280,012
Condominium Apartments $213,807
Work and Live Units N/A
Headon Forest School Districts
Headon Forest District Public Schools
Florence Meares – Grades JK-8
CH Norton Public School – Grades JK – 8
Clarksdale Public School – Grades JK – 6
Dr. Charles Best Public School – Grades JK -5
Sir E MacMillan Public School – Grades JK – 8
Rolling Meadows Public chool – Grades JK – 8
Lester B Pearson Secondary School – Grades 9 -12
Headon Forest District Catholic Schools
St. Timothy’s Elementary School – Grades JK – 8
Notre Dame Catholic Secondary School– Grades 9 – 12
Headon Forest District French Immersion
Charles R. Beaudoin – Dual Track English/French – Grades JK – 8
MM Robinson Secondary School – Grades 9 – 12
Headon Forest Shopping Centers & Medical Facilities:
Headon Forest has a number of shopping options including:
The Headon Forest Shopping Centre known locally as The Longo’s Plaza at Dundas and Walkers Line.
A Costco at 1225 Brant Street
A variety of pharmacy centres including: Shoppers Drug Mart, Halton Family Pharmasave, I.D.A and Morelli’s Pharmacy.
A number of grocery stores including: No Frills, Food Basics and Metro.
Burlington Walk- In Clinic
Wentworth-Halton X-Ray and Ultrasound Inc. – offers general and vascular ultrasound.
Halton Family Health Centre – offers family medical, dental, naturopathic and specialist practices. On site services includes pharmacy, natural dispensary, laboratory, and X-Ray
Headon Forest Highway Access, Go Train and Via Rail Services:
Headon Forest is located conveniently close to highway access for the 407, 403 and the QEW.
Queen Elizabeth Highway:
Easy access to major highways following Dundas Street to Queen Elizabeth Highway (QEW). Less than 2 kilometres away.
407 Toll Highway:
Access to the 407 ETR Toll Highway is again from Dundas Street (also known as Highway #5) between Guelph Line and Walker’s Line. It is approximately 1 kilometres to the nearest access point.
The QEW and the ETR connect to the 403 Highway and depending on the direction you are traveling will take you to Hamilton going west or Mississauga and Toronto going east. Access from Headon Forest is by way of Dundas Street. Approximately 1 kilometre away.
Distances to other major cities:
The distance from Headon Forest Burlington to Mississauga is approximately 33 kilometres and 50 kilometres to Toronto. Traveling to the west, Hamilton is approximately 20 kilometres and Niagara Falls is 80 kilometres away.
The nearest stop for the Go Transit System is the Burlington Go Station located at 2101 Fairview St., Burlington.
Via Rail Transportation:
The Via Rail Station in Burlington is located at 1199 Waterdown Road in the Aldershot Community; main intersection would be Waterdown Road and 403 Highway and is 15 kilometres away from the Headon Forest community.
The Burlington Transit network covers all of Burlington and connects residents to Oakville and Hamilton transit, as well as the GO Stations at Aldershot, Burlington and Appleby Line.
Headon Forest Cultural Background and Demographics
Average Household Income $110,763
Average Property Price $355,487
Total Own: 93%
Total Rent: 7%
7% East Indian