Alton Villagers love this Burlington community. With parks and amenities just outside everyone's front door, it has been rumoured that there really is no reason to ever leave Alton Village. Everything you need is just a short walk away.
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Alton Village was developed with a strong focus on great urban design with an attractive street-scape. Framed by the beautiful Niagara Escarpment, Alton Village provides its residents with the tranquility of living far enough away from the hustle and bustle, yet close enough to numerous amenities.
Burlington's Alton Village community was first developed in 2006 and is still undergoing some finishing touches. It's Burlington newest neighbourhood. This small piece of paradise has it all: parks, schools, shopping, community centre… you really can't ask for more.
Alton village features a mix of fully detached homes, semi-detached homes, townhomes and upscale low-rise condominium apartment buildings at the corner of Dundas Street and Rotary Way. There is also a small row of Live-Work Town homes alongside Walker's line. With quick access to the 407 ETR, the QEW and Highway 5, living here is easy for the commuters' lifestyle.
Home builders in this neighbourhood are: Mattamy Homes, Sundial Homes, Fernbrook Homes, Branthaven Homes, Vallery Homes and Emery Homes.
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Alton Village is currently home to 3 Shopping plazas. The biggest one is the Smart Centre, which includes Walmart, Kelsey's Restaurant, Boston Pizza, Subway and much more.
Tucked away at the corner of Walker's line and Palladium is a plaza many may not be aware of. You can find an animal hospital, two restaurants, a yoga studio and more.
At the corner of Dundas and Walker's is the LCBO Plaza. This is the newest shopping plaza currently under construction.
There are other plazas currently under construction. As they come to completion, they too will be added to this information page.
Norton Community Park – is the largest park in Alton Village. Located on Tim Dobbie, it's right across the street from the new Community Centre and Dr. Frank J. Hayden High School. Norton park is known for its state of the art Skate Park.
Palladium Park – is located next to Alton Village Public School and includes: playground for kids, a soccer field and a large grass area for running around.
Doug Wright Park – is located next to St. Anne Catholic Elementary School. Includes: baseball diamond, a playground for kids and a large grassy area for running around.
The new Haber Recreation Centre includes a swimming pool and a library. This Community Centre is right across the street from Norton Community Park. If you enjoy walking, there is a very long walking trail from Appleby Line all the way to Walker's line.
Alton Village is located in the northeast part of Burlington, surrounded by Appleby Line on the east, Dundas on the south, Walker's Line on the west and the 407 ETR on the north.
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