Old Milton Homes For Sale
Old Milton homes for sale embody the town's rich heritage; where gorgeous century homes combine with convenient modern amenities. Located on either side of Main Street next to the neighbourhoods of Timberlea and Dorset Park, residents in this charming community have quick access to Downtown Milton parks, shopping, and dining options. Bronte Meadows is also close to Old Milton, as well as the city of Oakville just a few minutes to the south.
Some of the community highlights include Milton's historic town hall, Milton Fairgrounds, and the ever-popular seasonal farmers market which takes place every Saturday from May to October. With 10 different community parks to choose from in Old Milton, there are ample recreational opportunities for residents of all ages.
Due to the reasonable prices of homes in this neighbourhood, Old Milton real estate is becoming popular with young couples and working professionals looking for a simpler life outside of Toronto, but still within reach of the big city. Commuters can hop onto Macdonald-Cartier Freeway (Hwy 401) via Martin Street (Hwy 25) and reach the greater Toronto area in a matter of minutes.
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Old Milton Real Estate Listings In Milton, ON
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Old Milton Homes
Most historic Old Milton homes for sale have been painstakingly restored and come with updated interiors. Others were built in the mid-20th century and include bungalows as well as more spacious 2-story homes with large backyards. Well-established landscaping, generous lots, and high-end fixtures and finishes are just some of the great features you can expect to find as a homebuyer. Prices are also relatively affordable when compared to similar areas in Mississauga and Oakville.