Filled with workers from the downtown Toronto core, Pinedale has become a hub for Torontonians who have left the city to find a nice big home to put down roots, along with a sizeable and gorgeous yard. The home offering within this neighbourhood is comprised mostly of houses that were built back in the 1970’s. This includes a range of 3 and 4 level side-splits, semi-detached homes, townhouses, raised ranches, bungalows and condo apartment buildings. If you’re looking for newer homes, well you’re also in luck! The “Woodland Trail” section of the neighbourhood has recently been built up, featuring new 2-storey detaches homes, semi-detached homes and freehold townhouses.
If commuting downtown is something you face, then this neighbourhood may be perfect for you. Just a short walking distance from Appleby Go train, this area serves many commuters, providing them with an easy, hassle-free commute. Located within Pinedale is a beautiful bike trail that takes riders right across the city, providing a mix of beauty, peace, and exercise on a warm Spring or Fall weekend. Adding on to the offering of open and outdoor green spaces that this neighbourhood provides, residents can also easily escape the hustle and bustle of Burlington by visiting the preserved wooded area, or forest, that runs through Pinedale. For those who view themselves as adventurous, Climber’s Rock, a wall climbing facility, is also located here. A commuter’s haven, this neighbourhood is a great place to get away from the city and build lasting memories with the family.
Schools located within Pinedale are from both the public and Catholic school boards and are conveniently located throughout the neighbourhood. This allows parents to spend some time walking their kids to school in the morning before heading off to catch the train.
Frontenac Public Elementary School
Ascension Catholic Elementary School
Pineland Public Elementary School
Assumption Catholic Secondary School