Byron has been consistently been a sought after London neighbourhood to live in with Springbank Park (300 acres along a stretch of the Thames River and has 19 miles of trails.) and the Thames River, Boler Mountain (a ski and mountain bike area known to the locals as “the bump“), churches, schools, a library, a fire hall, a legion, a Masonic hall , bistros and dining, professional offices, medical, drugstores, LCBO, jewelers, drycleaners and more.
The Optimist Club of Byron is an example of community volunteers giving back to the community with activities through out the year.
2016 House & Condo Sales in Byron in London Ontario
h 231 houses were sold for 99.6% of asking price and these took about 14 days to sell!
79 condos in Byron changed hands through MLS in 2016, averaging 33 days on the market and selling for about 99.2% of the asking price.
There is a good selection of condo properties in Byron as well, starting from $175,000 for a townhouse up to $600,000 plus for a detached one floor townhome and a few high rise apartment condos with the new Tricar building in 2018 across from Springbank Park.
Below are a few of the condo corporations in Byron in London Ontario
- 1100 Commissioners Road W
- 1180 Commissioners Road W
- 1443 Commissioners Road W
- 1465 Commissioners Road W
- 1499 Commissioners Road W
- 2,5,6,7,9,10,14,18 Cadeau Terrace
There are 5 elementary schools in Byron:
- Byron Northview Public School
- Byron Somerset Public School
- Byron Southwood Public School
- St. George Catholic School
- St. Theresa Catholic School.
Secondary school age students in Byron either attend St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School or Saunders Secondary School in the Westmount neighbourhood of London or, some currently attend Oakridge Secondary School in Oakridge.