Dynes is one of Burlington’s more affordable neighbourhoods, but that certainly doesn’t mean the homes are “cheap.” You will find detached homes and split-level bungalows with big private yards, parking for multiple vehicles, and the kind of large trees that add character to any area. If you’re a fixer-upper-finder, or in search of the “hidden gem” in Burlington, Dynes is a neighbourhood you will want to watch closely. Dynes is nicely positioned within the city. It’s basically right in the middle. That means everything within Burlington is a 10 minute drive or less. You can also walk to many local shops, restaurants, grocers, parks and the lake from Dynes.
Who Lives Here
Your typical neighbours are families of varying stages or retired empty-nesters. The buyers who are likely to consider purchasing a home in Dynes are: first time home buyers, those who are currently in a condo and want to move to a freehold detached home or people who have decided they want to downsize.
What you will Love
Everything within Burlington is a 10 minute drive or less. Dynes is one of the most affordable neighbourhoods in Burlington, yet it’s directly adjacent to 2 of the most expensive ones. You can easily just extend your walk onto the majestic streets in Roseland and pretend you live there. Throughout the summer, the farmers market is a weekend destination spot with hipster appeal.
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