This community was built in the 1960s and 1970s and is characterized by sidesplits, bungalows and raised ranch-style homes with the exception of the farthest southeast corner of this neighbourhood, which was developed much more recently.  These are largely two-storey, all-brick homes, built in the early to mid 1990s. Pinedale welcomed a significant expansion in the shopping plaza at New Street and Appleby, providing this community with long overdue conveniently located amenities.  Very evenly spaced demographic with no one age group dominating the area.  Average household incomes are approximately $115,000.


Sheldon Park
Frontenac Park
Fothergill Woods Park
Sherwood Forest Park


Located on the border of Oakville, this community is in a terrific location.  For some, within walking distance to the Go Train, a short drive to the QEW/403 and many shopping options within a short drive.


The average price for a freehold home in the Pinedale neighbourhood is approximately $715,000 year-to-date, 2018