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There are so many reasons to buy a house and settle down. With attractions like The Royal Botanical Gardens, art centres and renowned museums this town oozes with warmth and culture.
It also has wide open nature, with a treasure trove of trails to explore. We love every nuance of this humble region.
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Aldershot is a community in Burlington, Ontario, Canada. Located on the shore of Burlington Bay of Lake Ontario, it is a former unincorporated village that was previously a part of East Flamborough Township until it was annexed by the city of Burlington in 1962.
Tree-lined streets with beautiful views of the bay and a decidedly village-like feel make it a great place to live and play.
Aldershot was one of the earliest established areas in Burlington. When Alex Brown first relocated to Burlington from Waterdown, he built Browns Wharf in Port Flamborough, which is now known as Aldershot.
It was an active export site for many of the local production mills.