Milton is a picturesque town nestled at the base of the Niagara Escarpment showcasing an abundance of conservation lands and countryside that is dotted with historic hamlets, prestigious horse farms, and beautiful golf courses.
Antique hunters and golfers flock to Milton to enjoy its many offerings.
Milton’s main population center is located south of Highway 401, where the downtown heritage district is situated. East of the downtown, many new home subdivisions have recently been built, and many more are currently under construction. Milton is still a largely rural municipality, however its urban core is quickly expanding, with a recent influx of numerous home buyers.
In downtown Milton, off Main Street, you will find a wonderful selection of mid to late 1800s Victorian houses, as well as magnificent examples of Edwardian style homes from the early 1900s, that feature rocking-chair front porches. On the periphery of the downtown you will find a wide mix of detached homes in all shapes and sizes constructed anywhere from the 1920s to the 1960s.
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Campbellville Village located just south of Highway 401 at Guelph Line, has a fair number of historical properties, as well as some pockets of new home subdivisions. Further north in the hamlet of Brookville you will find gated country manor homes, as well as large estate home subdivisions on two acre lots. Milton also has a growing number of new home subdivisions. These developments are situated mostly along Derry Road between 3rd line and 5th line. Here you will find a broad selection of detached and semi-detached houses, and townhouses.