Top 5 things we love about Millcroft
It’s a golf course community. Even if you have absolutely no interest in golf, it just sounds prestigious.
Fancy street lights
Fancy street lights can be found on many streets in Millcroft. This adds to that feeling of luxury, the sense that in Millcroft you are somewhere special.
Bark & Fitz
You either have a dog or you know a dog lover. This hip shop for everything dog is your go-to place. Coats, beds and squeaky toys, and everything in between.
Beertown Public House
This very cool craft beer and dining spot is so welcoming, you might just become a regular.
Sometimes you have great neighbours who you enjoy spending time with. But more often you want privacy and your own space. In Millcroft you can create that backyard oasis you have been dreaming of. Put in a pool or just sit and stare at your huge patch of grass.
How much does it cost to live in Millcroft?
“Average Price Change” is calculated by comparing the value of homes at the end of the above mentioned period to the average for the same area in the previous year.
Your typical neighbours are mostly families.
Family-friendly rating: 👪 👪 👪 👪 👪 5/5
Charles R Beaudoin Public Elementary School
Florence Meares Public Elementary School
Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Elementary School
Dr Frank J Hayden Public High School
Corpus Christi Catholic Secondary School
For more detailed information on these Millcroft schools, visit our schools page
Driving to Toronto from Millcroft takes approximately 40 minutes. However, during rush hour the time you spend in the car could increase to approximately 1 hour 25 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. Millcroft is also situated about midway between the 407 and QEW.
Commutability score: 🚗 🚗 🚗 3/5
Is Millcroft perfect for you?
Millcroft is an established and much sought after prestigious community in North Burlington. The beautifully landscaped streets with charming antique-style street lights give Millcroft an old-world charm that is sure to suck you in right away.
While the area has a vintage feel, the homes are not old. Most of the properties in Millcroft were built in the 90’s and early 2000’s. Consequently, you will find poured concrete foundations, open concept floor plans and modern finishes in many of the homes. You will also find homes that could use a facelift. So, if doing a renovation and adding your own flare to a property appeals to you then you might want to look for a deal in Millcroft.
With mature trees lining the streets, you will feel like you can breathe as you drive through Millcroft.
The people who are drawn to Millcroft are often expanding families who are presently in a smaller detached home with a single car garage. The homes in this neighbourhood tend to have more square footage, double car garages and larger yards than in other areas. The homes are also set back off the street, a notable difference from areas such as Alton Village and The Orchard. With mature trees lining the streets, you will feel like you can breathe as you drive through Millcroft.
Another group of people who often consider Millcroft are ‘downsizers’. When a larger home becomes too much and you want to limit the time you spend doing yard work, consider a move to Millcroft where you can buy a luxury townhome and golf on weekends. Seriously, golf, right in your backyard.
One of the most unique features about Millcroft is the golf course in its center. With so many homes backing onto lush and meandering fairways of this 18 hole prize winning course, the whole neighbourhood claims an extra level of prestige.
Millcroft is also notable and attractive to families due to the top quality schools in the area.