Halton Hills offers a look back in time, with country roads featuring dramatic vistas of farmland and conservation areas with the Niagara Escarpment running through it.  

Halton Hills is made up of small towns like Acton, Georgetown, Glen Williams, Limehouse, and Stewarttown, tied together with sprawling farms, rolling hills and patches of forests. It is accessible by the 401 and 407 and is easily accessible to the airport for business travellers via highway or backroads.

If you buy a home in Halton Hills, you will enjoy family-friendly activities year-round. There’s something to do for everyone, from strawberry picking at Andrews Scenic Acres and a rubber ducky race in Glen Williams during Canada Day celebrations, to Georgetown’s Highland Games in June and the Light Up the Hills Winter Festival.

Halton Hills has not changed as much as some other municipalities. Committed to sustainability and conservation, it has been very careful to skillfully manage development and future planning, maintaining its rural charm. From farmers markets to snowshoeing, owning a home in one of Halton Hills’ neighbourhoods will make you think you’ve gone back to the days when neighbors went next door to borrow sugar.

 
 

 
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Interested in a Home in Halton Hills?

We have helped countless others find their perfect Toronto home. You can start by exploring specific Halton Hills neighbourhoods below. For more information, contact Rayissa at 416-400-0805 or complete our contact form.

 

Halton Hills Neighbourhoods

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Georgetown

Located just off the Credit River, Georgetown blends a rich heritage with rural splendor, featuring a main street that dates to the 1820s and scenic, rolling hills.   

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Glen Williams

With the Credit River crossing through it, Glen Williams is known for its historic homes, strong sense of community and artsy vibe. “The Glen” is also one of the only remaining hamlets in Ontario.

 

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