Waterdown Real Estate
Waterdown General Information:
In the northwest end of Burlington, Waterdown offers the charm and feel of a small town with big city amenities. Historic buildings house small shops, pubs and tea rooms while modern retail locations are a short drive away.
On the edge of the Niagara Escarpment, the community offers golf courses, hiking trails, and conservations areas with stunning waterfalls. A bike friendly neighbourhood, Waterdown has numerous trails including access to the Bruce Trail.
While the community has been established since the 1800s, Waterdown has experienced speedy growth of new homes and retail locations since amalgamating in 2001.
Dundas Street (HWY 5) and Highway 6, Guelph Line and Dundas Street (HWY 5)
Dundas Street East, Parkside Drive, Waterdown Road
Waterdown Real Estate Home Values:
Style of Home Average Price*
Detached-Single Car Garage $381,188
Detached-Double Garage $477,730
Freehold-Townhouse/Link Homes $301,768
Condominium Townhouses $255,170
Condominium Apartments $217,312
Work and Live Units N/A
Waterdown School Districts
Waterdown District Designated Public Schools
Waterdown District High School – Grades 9 – 12
Allan A. Greenleaf Public School – Grades JK – 8
Guy B Brown Public School – Grades JK – 7
Mary Hopkins Public School – Grades JK – 5
Waterdown District Designated Separate (Catholic) Schools
St. Thomas Catholic Elementary School – Grades JK – 8
Waterdown Shopping Centers & Medical Facilities:
Waterdown has a number of retail and grocery options including:
Zellers which has a pharmacy, hair salon and restaurant located at 30 Horseshoe Crescent.
Walmart offering goceries and retail on Dundas Street.
Parkside Convenience at 285 Parkside Drive East.
Medical Facilities for the community of Waterdown are provided by the
Plain Medical Centre approximately 5 kilometres away.
Waterdown Community Current and Future Developments:
The creation of the interchange at Highway 403 and Waterdown Road has been completed. This initiative, which was an important project for the west end of Burlington for many years, will create an off-ramp from the westbound 403 to Waterdown Road and an eastbound on-ramp onto the highway.
Waterdown Highway Access, Go Train and Via Rail Services:
Queen Elizabeth Highway:
The Queen Elizabeth Highway (QEW) is easily accessibly via Highway 6 is approximately 5.5 kilometres away.
407 Toll Highway:
Access to the 407 ETR Toll Highway is by way of Dundas Street and is approximately 8.5 kilometres to the nearest access point.
The 403 Highway is accessible from Waterdown by way of Highway 6 and is approximately 5.5 kilometres away.
Distances to other major cities:
The distance from the Waterdown community to Mississauga is approximately 50 kilometres and 68 kilometres to Toronto. Traveling to the west, Hamilton is approximately 12 kilometres and Niagara Falls is 85 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 5 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.
Waterdown Cultural Background and Demographics
Average Household Income: $124,714
Average Property Price: $419,835
Total Own: 81%
Total Rent: 19%