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April 2014 - Posts

Plan for Redevelopment of Hospital Lands Downtown Oakville

The Town of Oakville had much to consider when deciding what to do with the land the current Oakville Hospital sits on, south of Macdonald Road between Reynolds Street and Allan Street. An agreement with the Ontario government means that the land will

Bronte Creek Developments Giving Homeowners Many Different Options

Mint Condos by New Horizon Bringing New Options to Northwest Oakville Located on the northeast corner of Dundas Street and Bronte Road, these two 8-storey buildings will feature a classic look with a stunning lobby, two 1,000 square foot rooftop terraces

5 Home Projects That Will Save You Money (With Video Instructions!)

Clean the Refrigerator and Air Conditioner Coils When the coils of your refrigerator or air conditioner are dirty and dusty, the appliance can not work as efficiently as it's meant to. They can't exchange heat as they're designed, and the

Upcoming Events in Oakville - Spring 2014

April 16, 2014 Elton John’s Greatest Hits @ The Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts Visit www.oakvillecentre.ca for information April 17, 2014 Kurl for Kids @ The Oakville Curling Club Come out and support the Oakville Hospital Foundation. For

Open House in Millcroft April 13, 2014 @ 2-4pm

22-2001 Atkinson Drive, Burlington $379,900 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 3 (2+1) Taxes: $2,722 (2013) Join us on Sunday April 13 from 2-4pm at this spacious townhome in beautiful Millcroft! "The Wellington" model has a spacious Great Room with gas

Bronte Creek Real Estate Home Values March 2014

Below is a summary of Bronte Creek real estate activity for the month of March 2014 (stats taken from OMDREB). A total of 14 homes sold in Bronte Creek in March 2014. 7 detached homes in Bronte Creek in March, one more than the 6 sold in February. There

7 Of Oakville's Most Extravagant Lakeside Homes

Oakville has long had a reputation for being an upperclass town (or city these days). A very high income per household and the well-known fact that many of Toronto's highest earners choose to reside here lends itself to this distinction. A byproduct