Burlington’s newest community, Alton Village, is a mix of detached homes as well as towns, semis and condo apartments. This community was designed with a strong focus on urban design, with parks, schools and amenities within walking distance. Homes are, for the most part, under 10 years old and many include desirable characteristics such as 9 foot ceilings, bedroom level laundry and large open-concept kitchens/greatrooms. Properties are on the small side – perfect for busy families without time to tend to a big yard. The vast majority of residents in Alton Village are under the age of 50, with the largest age group being between 30-44 years old.  Children make up 19% of the population of Alton Village. The average annual income of Alton Village households is approximately $140,000.


Palladium Park
Norton Park and Skate Park
Norton Leash Free Dog Park


Walking distance or a short drive to shops, grocery stores, restaurants. Minutes to the 407 and 10 minutes to the QEW/403 and about 15 minutes to the Appleby Go Station.

The average price for a freehold house in Alton Village is approximately $895,000 year-to-date, 2018