Known for deep lots, mature tree lined streets with private yards – people who live here have a high pride of ownership. Many walking paths and bike trails add to this quaint and desirable community.
The beautiful tree lines roads of Timberlea will catch your eye. Mature woodlots and parks are dispersed throughout the area. Houses in Timberlea have long driveways – making them desirable to larger families who need the places to park.
This area is host to the Milton Seniors Activity Centre. This is a full-service recreational facility for adults 55 and up. It is located at 500 Child’s Drive. The Milton Seniors Activity Centre features a variety of registered and drop-in programs, speakers, clubs and activities. This centre organizes trips, tours to special events and socializing for Milton’s active group of adult’s.
Two large shopping areas on each end of the Timberlea neighbourhood including places such as Real Canadian Superstore, Food Basics, dry cleaners, medical clinics and many restaurants near as well such as East Side Mario’s and Shoeless Joe’s to name a few.
To learn more about Timberlea and the amenities that make this such a wonderful Milton community please contact me.
Schools In The Neighbourhood!
There are many schools servicing the children in the Timberlea community.
Ernest C. Drury School for the Deaf is a provincial school located in Timberlea with both residential and day programs that serve elementary and secondary deaf and hard-of-hearing students from junior kindergarten to grade twelve. It originally shared a campus with E.C. Drury High School for hearing students until 2012 when EC Drury High School closed. This school is operated by the Ministry of Education in Ontario. Teachers at the school are both deaf and hearing. The school was named after the former Premier of Ontario – Ernest C. Drury.
E.W. Foster Public School is located at 320 Coxe Boulevard. Children who attend this school would do so from junior kindergarten to grade five. E.W. Foster is part of the Halton District School Board. For Grades 6 to 8, children from E.W. Foster would then attend W.I. Dick Middle School located in the Mountain View Community.
This community is also serviced by Sam Sherratt Public School and is located 649 Laurier Ave. Children who attend this school would do so from junior kindergarten to grade five. Sam Sherratt Public School is part of the Halton District School Board. For Grades 6 to 8, children from Sam Sherratt would then attend W.I. Dick Middle School located in the Mountain View Community.
Located in the Bronte Meadows community and servicing Timberlea – is Milton District Public High School located on Williams Avenue. This school hosts students who are in grades 9 to 12. There is a lot of history in Milton District High School, it opened in 1960 and can call Chris Hadfield, one of the first Canadians in history to walk in space, as one of its alumni.
Holy Rosary Catholic Elementary School is located at 141 Martin Street. Children who attend this school would do so from junior kindergarten to grade 8. Holy Rosary is a part of the Halton Catholic District School Board. Holy Rosary was originally built in 1954 and in 1999 a new school structure designed for approximately 487 students was built in place of the original building. In 2016, the school received a kindergarten classroom renovation, a new natural playground and classroom addition project. The school patron is Our Lady of the Rosary.
Our Lady of Victory Catholic Elementary School is located at 540 Commercial Avenue in Bronte Meadows. Children who attend this school would do so from junior kindergarten to grade 8. Our Lady of Victory is a part of the Halton Catholic District School Board.
The Town of Milton has a Catholic High School that services the Old Milton community. Bishop Reding Catholic Secondary School was founded in 1986 and offers grades 9 through 12. The school was named after Bishop Paul Francis Reding, Bishop of Hamilton.
PARKS IN TIMBERLEA!
Timberlea community boasts many parks full of walking paths, cycling areas, splash pads and ball diamonds.
There are quite a few community parks located in Timberlea Neighbourhood. Beaver Court Park, Centennial Forest Park, Coulson Park, Coxe Boulevard Park and Mooreland’s Park are great places to adventure to the park with your families. Sam Sherratt Park is located at the Sam Sherratt School and the playground is a great place to hang out and play after school.
There is a trail located in Timberlea called the Sam Sherratt School Trail and is an off road trail that begins at Laurier Avenue just east of Ontario Street and winds its way through green spaces, 16 Mile Creek, Coxe Boulevard Park and Sam Sherratt Park all the way to Child’s Drive.
Laurier Park is located at 765 Laurier Avenue. This park has been recently (2014) redeveloped. This park contains a covered shelter next to the playground and a spray/splash pad. The playground area includes swings, benches, accessible picnic tables, and bike racks. The park which was originally developed in the 1980’s when Timberlea area was first developed. There are also open play fields available for soccer and free play. There is a walking path surrounding the park – making it a place you could play all day.
Check out the Milton Community Connections Map to see more about these parks and others in Milton.
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