About Beaty

After Clarke and Dempsey finished, most of the building took place here in Beaty back in the early 2000’s.

There was a strong demand for detached houses and larger double-garage homes for the move-up buyers who were growing their families in the neighbourhoods built a few years before.

This area has some of the widest and deepest lots available in the new areas, including the no-longer-available 56-foot Wide Lots.

This area is known for plenty of parks, and some of the best public and Catholic schools in Milton.

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You Should Also Know

If you're in the mood for some delicious dessert, head over to Portabello's for some half-baked cookie dough and some ice cream on top. Yum! And don't forget to check out the lovely views from the windows in the Beaty Library. It's the best place to read your favourite book.

The Neighbours

A mix of original and new residents. Very multicultural and a friendly mix of all ethnic backgrounds.

Perfect For

Move-up buyers. Although there are townhouses and semi-detached homes, the heart of this area are the detached houses.

The Lifestyle

Street parties, yoga in the park, and strong support for local schools. Taking the kids to Hawthorne Cafe for a read-along story.

Not So Great For

People who want amenities. There are only two shopping plazas in the area, although there is a 24-hour grocery store.

The Market

Mostly Mattamy-built, although the Sundial homes near Louis St. Laurent have the deepest lot sizes you’ll ever see in the newer communities.

You'll Fall In Love With

The schools. This area has some of the top schools in the area, with Hawthorne Village P.S. ranking in the Top 25 schools in Canada by Today’s Parent magazine.

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