One of the newer subdivisions located south of Dundas, Joshua Creek is an upscale, ravine community of luxury homes. One of the many elements residents find appealing is its proximity to Toronto and Mississauga, and easy access to highways (403, 407 and QEW). The primary home builders in Joshua Creek are Dawn Victoria, Ballantry, Sundial, Mattamy, National and Fernbrook - all enjoy reputations as good quality home builders.
This area provides easy access to three major highways, the Clarkson Go station and a half an hour drive to Toronto.
Joshua Creek is one of Oakville’s most-desired communities known for its Best-rate public and private schools as well as a selection of shopping plazas, restaurants, golf courses, and community centers.
Mid to late 90’s with newer phases to follow around 2004 and beyond.
Easy access to the 403, 407 and QEW (short commute to downtown Toronto). Newer, luxury homes. Close to large shopping plazas and big box stores. Great schools, with access to both private and public schools.
The mere 30 km commute to downtown Toronto by car, or 25 minute train ride to Union Station from nearby Clarkson GO Station. Located next to White Oaks Golf Course.
Many homes in the later phases of Joshua Creek boast luxury finishes, including custom kitchens. Several homes from the earlier phases are being renovated to more contemporary styles and with more upgraded finishes. The larger homes on premium and ravine lots are fetching prices well above the million dollar mark.
Those who commute to Toronto and are seeking a turn-key home by a quality builder.
Detached homes range from $1,500,000 - $2,800,000. Freehold townhomes range from $1,300,000 - $1,900,000. Condo towns start at $1,000,000
Predominantly 2 storey detached homes plus a selection of bungalows. This area is also known for its luxury townhomes.
Much of the development of homes in Wedgewood Creek took place in the mid-to-late 80's, with newer phases following. Located just west of Joshua Creek, residents here enjoy the same commuting benefits as that area. Many of the original homes in Wedgewood Creek are being renovated up to modern standards, allowing residents to enjoy contemporary designs on more generous lot sizes and with more mature greenery than their more recently built counterparts.
Mid to late 80’s.
Easy access to the 403, 407 and QEW. Large shopping plazas and big box stores, mature trees, established neigbourhood.
Iroquois Ridge Community Centre and Library, and the surrounding amenities (corner of Eighth Line and Glenashton Rd.). Indoor pool with water slide, tennis courts, skate boarding park, children’s playground, soccer field and leash-free park... all in one sprawling location!
Many of the original homes in Wedgewood Creek are being renovated up to modern standards, allowing residents to enjoy contemporary designs on more generous lot sizes and with more mature greenery than their more recently built counterparts.
Those who are seeking the quintessential suburban lifestyle of a mature neighbourhood combined with abundant amenities for families and endless shopping opportunities, but also require easy highway access for the commute to Toronto. Also great for families of teenagers attending the well reputed Iroquois Ridge High School.
Freehold towns range from $900,000 - $1,100,000. Detached homes range from $1,200,000 - $2,000,000.
2 storey 4 bedroom homes with double garages on 50 x 110 ft lots.
List of Area Amenities
1) Schools: Many elementary schools (public and private, plus French Immersion at Munn’s).
The top high school in Halton is Iroquois Ridge High School (also offers French Immersion) and it is a short walk or bike ride away. The Catholic school, St. Marguerite offers bussing service. Some of the most prestigious of the private schools in Oakville, Fernhill, Glenburnie and Trafalgar Ridge Montessori are all a 5-minute or less drive (some may offer pick up).
2) The Community Centre: Iroquois Ridge is one of Oakville's newer community centres. It has excellent library programs, community activities (crafts, karate, yoga, swimming, table tennis), and summertime tennis, skateboarding and soccer.
3) Nature Trails: Area ravine stretches on for miles and gives easy access to the many biking and hiking trails. There are a number of ravines with trails, as such.
4) Shops nearby: Easy walking and bike ride distance to the Upper Oakville Shopping Centre (has Performing Arts studio for child/adult music, art and dance lessons, a Metro for groceries, banking, Starbucks, and much more). A short drive to Oakville Place Mall, retail shops, Longos and the Real Canadian Supercentre for other grocery options off Trafalgar Rd. and many stores on Dundas St. E.
5) Transportation: Easy highway access. Within minutes one can access Highways - QEW,
403, the 407, as well as Trafalgar Rd. heading north to the 401. Local transit stops close by. Also, it’s a short drive or local bus ride to the Oakville GO Train Station and Via Rail
GO Station travel options :
Oakville to Union 33 mins
6) Local activities: Within about a 5 km perimeter, one can participate in a number of activities, such as:
Swimming: Oakville swim team, Iroquois Ridge lessons
Hockey, skating: Canlan
Soccer: Dash sports, Oakville Soccer Club
Tennis: The Tennis School
Piano: MYC (three teachers in the area)
Vocal: Oakville Choir
Academics: The Academy for Mathematics and English, Kumon, Oxford learning, Spirit of Math
Gymnastics: Futures Gymnastics, The Little Gym, L.A. Fitness, Goodlife, One Health fitness club, gyms for rock climbing, soccer, basketball, swimming and yoga at The Clarity Centre, Kula Yoga Studio, Sun Yoga Oakville
DID YOU KNOW: Lakeview and Grand Oak homes were the primary builders in Wedgewood creek. If it has the elevated bricks at the garage corners it is a Lakeview Home
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