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The boundaries for Headon Forest in the City of Burlington Ontario, are Dundas Street West (Highway 5) to the North, Upper Middle Road West to the South, Walkers Line to the East, and Guelph Line to the West.
The majority of the homes are over 30 years old and were built from 1981 to 1990. The area primarily consists of detached, semi detached, link and low rise apartment type dwellings.
Headon Forest is ideal for families preferring the comfort and shade of tree lined streets, where the homes generally are situated on larger lots than their newer counterparts, leaving more room to garden and entertain family and friends.
The area offers many amenities required for comfortable family living: parks, baseball diamonds, soccer and football fields, skating rinks, grocery stores and plazas.
Ireland Park features two mounded hardball diamonds, two softball diamonds, four sports fields, a tennis court, track, playground, seasonal washroom facilities, a community garden, and parking.
How much does it cost to live in Headon Forest?
The average MLS® sold price for a detached, 2 storey, 4 bedroom home, about 2,300+/- sq. ft. with a double car garage is about $930,000 *
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Source for statistics: The Oakville Real Estate Board. Average Sold Price for detached homes in Headon Forest from August 18, 2019 to February 14, 2020 (180 days).
Information is deemed accurate but not guaranteed.