Top 5 things we love about Longmoor
Nelson Skate Park/BMX Track
Whether you prefer 2 wheels or 4, you can test out your skills (or just watch your kids test out theirs) and meet up with fellow aficionados.
The "Irish-ness" of the Place
Dublin Crescent, Galway Drive & Limerick Road are just a few of the street names you'll find here.
This isn’t just any pool. We’re talking beach-entry leisure pool, climbing wall in the deep end and an interactive splash pad. Fun for the whole family.
They’re passionate about fine foods and they’ve been a staple in Burlington for over 20 years. With a bakery, hot counter, and a real butcher, if you live in Longmoor you will be making a stop at Marilu’s a daily event.
This indoor play place isn’t the overwhelming kind where you lose your kid and pretend like you’re not freaking out about it. This one is small and manageable and perfect for smaller kids.
How much does it cost to live in Longmoor?
“Average Price Change” is calculated by comparing the value of homes at the end of 2018 to the average for the same area in the previous year.
Your typical neighbours are young, professional families or retired empty-nesters.
Family-friendly rating: 👪 👪 👪 👪 4/5
Pauline Johnson Public Elementary School
John T Tuck Public Elementary School
Pineland Public Elementary School
St Raphael Catholic Elementary School
Nelson Public High School
Assumption Catholic Secondary School
For more detailed information on these Longmoor schools, visit our schools page
Driving to Toronto from Longmoor takes approximately 35 minutes. However, during rush hour the time you spend in the car could increase to approximately 1 hour 15 minutes. Using the Appleby GO Station is a huge benefit to local residents and gives commuters a consistent travel time to Union Station of 44 minutes. Longmoor is also situated close to the QEW.
Commutability score: 🚗 🚗 🚗 🚗 4/5
Is Longmoor perfect for you?
People with Irish heritage will feel right at home in Longmoor, with street names like Sparling, Kerry, Limmerick, Delaney and Wicklow… and everyone else will just love what a delightful and family friendly neighbourhood this is.
An off road, multi-use path runs from one side of Longmoor to the other, making this area distinctly appealing to cyclists.
Compared to its neighbour south of New Street (Shoreacres), Longmoor is a modest area. Homes are generally smaller, lots are a little narrower, and are trees a bit shorter. That said, anyone would be lucky to live here. Detached homes are predominant in the area and come in the following styles: raised ranches, backsplits, sidesplits and bungalows. The lots the homes sit on are private, treed and would accommodate a pool.
This area is perfect for any family with dreams of safe evening bike rides. In Longmoor there are plenty of meandering quiet roads to explore without fear of being mowed down by traffic. The bike path that starts in Pinedale also runs through Longmoor and gives parents an added sense of security, especially when little ones are just learning to ride.
Longmoor is also a great choice for people who work in Toronto, with quick and easy access to the highway and the Appleby Go Station.