Lowville is a quaint little village community located along Guelph Line, six miles north of Dundas St. (Hwy #5) in North Burlington. The village of Lowville was settled by the Reverend Daniel Pickett and his family. Pickett was an early Methodist circuit preacher, who was born in New Milford, Connecticut in 1774.
Lowville is Burlington's secret gem as it runs along Bronte Creek. The community is situated around Lowville Golf Club and The Lowville Bistro, an amazing upscale casual dining place.
Homes in Lowville vary, some are old with huge lots and mature trees, others are large modern villas. Home prices start at $540K and go up depending on the size of the property. Lowville area is within easy driving distance of Hamilton, downtown Burlington, Oakville, Mississauga and Toronto via the 407, 401 and QEW. If you're looking for a quiet, family cottage style type of living then Lowville is perfect for you.