Milton is nestled at the base of the Niagara Escarpment and filled with diverse neighbourhoods. It’s surrounded by beautiful conservation lands, countryside, and much more. This is a town with historic hamlets and horse farms, golf courses, and museums. Rich in heritage, the Main Street shopping district dates back to 1843 and is filled with Victorian buildings. Here, visitors can find plenty of stores selling a variety of goods and even a farmers market, which runs on Saturdays from May to October.

Municipal transit services local neighbourhoods, while a GO Transit station at Main Street and Thompson Road connects Milton to surrounding GTA communities. Highway 401 and the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) are also easily accessible.

Homes for sale in Milton come in a varied assortment. From the Edwardian builds of the early 1900s to detached properties built between the 1920s and ‘60s, there is a style and size suitable for any buyer. Milton is growing rapidly, and there are now many new residential developments. This includes subdivisions of single-family homes, as well as condo communities.

Home to dozens of neighbourhoods with a lot to offer, Milton is a great place to settle for families and commuters.


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March 15, 2023 | Source: Toronto Real Estate Board. Statistics are updated on a monthly basis and may differ from statistics found in other sources including past TREB publications.

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