Buyers looking for larger detached homes are attracted to this neighbourhood because of its preponderance of sprawling “estate-like” properties, charming traditional architecture and rolling tree lined streets.
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Tyandaga is a beautiful, mature neighbourhood located on the northwest side of Burlington. Buyers looking for larger detached homes are attracted to this neighbourhood because of its preponderance of sprawling “estate-like” properties, charming traditional architecture and rolling tree lined streets.
Because Tyandaga is built on a hill, many of the homes have beautiful views of the city and Lake Ontario. Development of this area began in the 70’s and was completed in the 90’s. Some of the streets have smaller bungalows and split level floor plans that are perfect for young couples and families. But, most of the homes in Tyandaga are large two stories with the traditional centre hall plan and a double garage.
Tyandaga is the perfect neighbourhood if you are looking to live in a quiet location on the outskirt of the city, but still want to have access to shopping and transit. This neighbourhood is surrounded by green space and spectacular parks with many homes backing onto the beautiful 18-hole Tyandaga Golf Course.
Many buyers overlook Tyandaga as being “too far”. However, if you need to commute to work, Tyandaga is actually very well situated next to a major junction that connects several highways. Whether you are traveling to Toronto, Mississauga, Hamilton or the Niagara area, a major highway is just moments away.
Possibly it’s only downside is the fact that Tyandaga doesn’t have a school immediately within its limits. Children in this area are bused to one of the surrounding neighbourhood schools. Here is a list of the schools that homes in Tyandaga are districted to:
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