The Tyandaga community boasts generous and mature lots with a mix of large two-storey, centre hall plan homes, sidesplits and raised ranch homes. Built between 1970 and 1998 by builders such as Reimer Construction, Mattamy Homes and Branthaven, this gracious neighbourhood has tree-lined streets, forested ravines, the Tyandaga Public Golf Course, lake views, and the Bruce Trails. In fact, some of Burlington’s most beautiful parks are the highlights of this community. A significant number of families are original owners with 50% being over the age of 50 but, as these owners reach their golden years, homes will change hands and young families will update and renovate. This transition is already occurring, and by 2020 this community’s demographic will have changed dramatically. At present, the average household income is approximately $170,000.


Forestvale Park
Kerns Park
City View Park
Kerncliffe Park


The Power Centre is just a short walk or drive, located at North Service Road and Brant Street and includes amenities such as restaurants, a grocery store, a book store, and a Service Ontario Centre, to name a few. Minutes to major highways and the Burlington GO Station.


The average price for a freehold home in the Tyandaga neighbourhood is approximately $1,065,000 year-to-date, 2018