Acton (population about 10,000) is a community in the town of Halton Hills, Ontario. Located just off the Greater Toronto area of Highway 7 between Brampton and Guelph, the Acton is conveniently located near the 401 and 407 freeways and links to Toronto's GO Transit bus on the Georgetown route corridor. The daily GO train service will begin later this year, making it easier for Acton to enter commuters.
Danville was originally founded in 1828, when Wheeler Green opened a dry goods store. It was later called Adamsville and was renamed Acton in 1846 after Acton in West London, England. Acton became a village in 1874. A hundred years later, Acton became part of the town of Halton Hills, when it merged with most of the towns of Georgetown and Esquesing. Today, the Halton regional cities include Acton, Georgetown, Milton, Oakville and Burlington.
Perhaps the most famous is the slogan of The Olde Hide House, It is worth driving to Acton, Acton is located near the waters between the Credit River and the Grand River. There are several golf courses nearby, including Clublink's Blue Springs Golf Club, as well as the Bruce Trail system and many other wonders of Niagara Escarpment.
Acton is a very family-friendly community with a new library, hockey arena and swimming pool. Children love the new skate park and enjoy football and other sports throughout the year, thanks to Prospect Park's indoor football stadium, which also has tennis courts, baseball fields, baseball fields and picturesque Fairy Lake. Acton's historic downtown offers a variety of options for shoppers and diners, and it's fun to play during the weekend.
Acton Real Estate Statistics (average from MLS, 2010):
Quantity – 100
List price – $ 285,402
Original price – $ 291,436
Price) – $ 285,138
% list – 97.47
Tax – $ 2,559
Bedroom – 2.8
Toilet – 1.8
Listing Day – 48
Acton Schools: [19659002ActonSchoolIncludingActonHighSchoolthereare629studentsingrades9-12;RobertSmallPublicSchoolhas344JK-5students;andMcKenzie-SmithBennettPublicSchoolhas684JK-8studentsPleasevisithttp://wwwhdsbca/Schools/Pages/SchoolSearchResultsaspx?sn=&pr=&ci=Acton&gr=formoreinformation
To learn more about Acton, please visit http://www.downtownact on.ca/.