Welcome to Bronte
Bronte is a delightfully eclectic neighbourhood, with origins as a busy Lake Ontario port in the early 1800's to a multi-faceted community which grew randomly in all directions for many decades. It is a charming area, with a different character every few blocks - from 1970's condo apartments to 1960's condo townhomes to areas of 1960's side splits and detached homes to pre-war storey and a half homes on large lots, to 1980 subdivisions of detached two storeys to the old harbour village homes west of the creek to the newer upscale development at Lakeshore Woods. Throughout Bronte, there is luxury custom home building on large lots as well as continuing infill with luxury condominium developments.
Whatever part takes your fancy, it is the small town feel and the relaxing focus on the water and strolling to it and by it, that makes Bronte so very special. The Bronte Village BIA runs an fabulous website Oakville's Bronte Harbour Village-by-the-Lake which will keep you updated on all special events. The Bronte Historical Society is an active local non-profit whose volunteers manage Sovereign House as a heritage and art display centre. The Bronte Village Resident's Association website is another source of happenings in the community.
North - South: Rebecca Street to Lake Ontario. East - West: Third Line to Burloak Drive.
Public and Catholic Schools
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