Bronte is a former fishing village which became annexed in 1962 with the former Township of Trafalgar, forming the Town of Oakville, and is the community that makes up much of the west end of Oakville.
Today, there is a wide mix of housing, from historic and period homes, custom builds, 1980’s suburban, and new-build executive homes.
Though close to the lake, Bronte’s appeal faded over time but is experiencing a regeneration thanks to the newly built Lakeshore Woods subdivision and the luxury Bluwater Condo development.
Bronte offers relatively affordable, as well as premium-priced options for living near the lake.
Bronte also features the Bronte Village Mall, numerous waterfront parks and a new senior’s recreation centre.
There is easy access to the QEW and GO train service at the Bronte station.