Morrison

HISTORY

The beautiful and established neighbourhood of Morrison is located to the east of Old Oakville. Within this neighbourhood, the main green space is Gairloch Gardens – a garden given to the town of Oakville in 1971 when the owner James Gairdiner passed away. The original home remains on the waterfront and is used as an art gallery, with the lovely gardens surrounding it.

OVERVIEW

The neighbourhood of Morrison is bordered to the west by Chartwell Rd., Maple Grove Dr. to the east, Cornwall Rd. to the north and Lake Ontario to the south. This area contains many parks, schools and trails. Oakville’s waterfront trail continues along the Lakeshore through this area and is known as an ideal place to bike, walk and jog. There is easy access from Morrison to the QEW, Hwy 403 and GO stations. 

PRICE RANGE OF HOMES

$100,000- $200,000

 

 

$200,000- $300,000

 

 

$300,000- $400,000

 

 

$400,000 - $500,000

 

 

$500,000- $600,000

 

 

$600,000- $700,000

 

 

$700,000- $800,000

 

 

$800,000- $900,000

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$900,000- $1,000,000

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$1,000,000 +

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HOMES

Morrison’s streets are lined with trees and include large lots. This neighbourhood is considered to be one of the most expensive in terms of land value and includes mostly detached homes with only a few commercial plazas.

SCHOOLS

(E) New Central

(E) Maple Grove

(E) E.J. James (French Immersion)

(S) Oakville Trafalgar (Also French Immersion)

(CA) St. Vincent

(CA) St. Thomas Aquinas