There are 3 distinct areas within Bronte: The Village itself, which has recently experienced revitalization with the addition of a new condo development. This part of Bronte is bustling with shops, restaurants and the Marina. Surrounding the Village are homes built in the 1960s and 1970s  – typically bungalows and sidesplits on large lots. These properties have been attracting builders and renovators recently, resulting in a mix of large new homes along with the older ones. The third area is Lakeshore Woods where you will find newer large family homes. These homes, built in the early 2000s, are mostly detached with a scattering of towns. The demographic makeup of Bronte ranges from predominantly 50+ years old in the Village proper, with the remainder of adult residents being between the ages of 30-50 and 18% of the population being children under 9. Average household income ranges between $120,000 to $300,000.


Village Wood Park
Shell Park
Shell Skateboard Park
Sheldon Creek Park
Shelburne Park
Victoria Park
Village Wood Park
Chalmers Park
Mohawk Park
Bronte Bluff’s Park
Riverview Park
Bronte Heritage Park
Twelve Mile Lookout Park
Applewood Park
Water’s Edge Park
Bronte Athletic Park
Thornlea Park


Bronte Village residents can walk to just about everything – shops, restaurants, hardware stores, grocery stores and all kinds of health care services. The balance of Bronte residents have only a short drive to all of the above and less than 10 minutes to the Bronte GO Station and the 403.


The average freehold home in Bronte is priced at approximately $1,150,000, year-to-date 2018.