Carefully blending past and present, historic Bronte is transforming itself into a vibrant residential community. Older houses and small cottages surrounding Bronte Harbour are gradually giving way to custom-built estate homes, many on premium waterfront lots. New subdivisions of single and semi-detached homes, condos and townhomes offer affordable choices to buyers looking to trade big city living for views of the lake, close proximity to quaint shops and boutiques, and peaceful walking trails along Lake Ontario.
The rich history of Bronte Village and waterfront appeal of Bronte Harbour and Marina make this community a popular tourist destination and go-to place for boaters and nature lovers. Seniors are well accommodated by a variety of choice retirement residences, and excellent schools and other essentials satisfy young families. Centrally located Shell Park offers residents rambling green space as well as first class facilities for soccer, baseball, and BMX/Skateboarding.
Points of interest
- Originally settled in 1807 as a commercial fishing village, Bronte joined the town of Oakville in 1962
- Easy commuting via QEW access, Bronte GO station and Oakville Transit
- Active waterfront with Oakville Sailing Club, Bronte Harbour Yacht Club, Fisherman’s Wharf and Metro Marine facilities