Palmer-Tansley Real Estate Burlington
Palmer and Tansley Woods General Information:
The desirable community of Palmer-Tansley offers two neighbourhoods in one with Palmer providing a mature area consisting of 25 year old detached homes and Tansley offering a newer neighbourhood with homes built five to 10 years ago.
Spanning from Upper Middle Road in the north to the QEW in the south and from Appleby Line in the east to Guelph Line in the west, Palmer-Tansley offers a mixture of detached, semi detached and condominium town houses.
Located nearby, the Tansley Woods community centre offers a central point for families while schools and amenities are located within an easy distance.
Mainway, Palmer Drive, Walkers Line
Walkers Line and Upper Middle Road, Walkers Line and Mainway, Corporate Drive and Mainway
Palmer and Tansley Woods Real Estate Home Values:
Houses in this location range in age from 25 years in Palmer to five to 10 years in Tansley.
Style of Home Average Price*
Detached-Single Car Garage $363,238
Detached-Double Garage $434,877
Freehold-Townhouse/Link Homes N/A
Condominium Townhouses $251,575
Condominium Apartments $215,600
Work and Live Units N/A
Palmer and Tansley Woods School Districts
Palmer and Tansley District Designated Public Schools
Dr. Charles Best Public School – Grades JK -5
Lester B. Pearson Secondary School – Grades 9 – 12
Sir E. MacMillan Public School – Grades JK – 8
Mountainside District Designated Separate (Catholic) Schools
Canadian Martyrs Catholic Elementary School – Grades JK – 8
Palmer and Tansley Woods Shopping Centers & Medical Facilities:
Palmer Tansley offers many shopping locations including:
Shoppers Drug Mart at Headon Road and Upper Middle Road, Mountainside Pharmacy at Upper Middle Road and Walkers Line, and Food Basics on Guelph Line.
Medical facilities are a short drive in Palmer-Tansley with the Burlington After Hours Clinic approximately 2 kilometres away and the Halton Family Health Centre approximately 2.5 kilometres away.
Palmer and Tansley Woods Current and Future Developments
Recently expanded, the Appleby Ice Centre is located at 1201 Appleby Line and offers four ice pads for the Burlington community use.
Palmer and Tansley Woods Highway Access, Go Train and Via Rail Services:
Queen Elizabeth Highway:
The Queen Elizabeth Highway (QEW) is easily accessibly via Guelph Line. It is approximately 2 kilometres away.
407 Toll Highway:
Access to the 407 ETR Toll Highway is by way of Dundas Street and is approximately 4 kilometres to the nearest access point.
The 403 Highway is accessible from Palmer-Tansley by way of Guelph Line. Approximately 3 kilometres away.
Distances to other major cities:
The distance from Palmer-Tansley Burlington to Mississauga is approximately 35 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 and is approximately 5 kilometres away.
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 approximately 9 kilometres away.
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.
Palmer and Tansley Woods Cultural Background and Demographics
Average Household Income $88,063
Average Property Price $289,258
Total Own: 92%
Total Rent: 8%
7% East Indian