Springdale Brampton Homes
Springdale Brampton has become one of the most hot communities in the recent past, largely because of availabilty of new homes, opening of Willian Osler Health Centre Hospital at Bramlea/Bovaird, and easy access to Toronto. Most of the houses are detach and semi with a few sprinkle of freehold townhouses. Major streets are Sandalwood Pkwy, Mountainash, Sunny Meadow, Fernforest, Humberwest Pkwy, Father Tobin, Ocean ridge, Peter Robertson. The area is also called Singhdale because of huge Indian popullation in the area.
Hwy50 & The Gore Rd Brampton Homes for Sale
Homes near Gore rd & Hwy 50 have become the hot spot for commuters to Toronto, Etobicoke, Vaughan and Bolton.The area offers access to Hwy 27, Woodbridge, Gurudwara, Hindu temples and churches. It has a whole range of homes from Town Houses, Semidetach and Detach. Prices start from 350,000$ and go up. It has become a home of a big south east asian community in the last couple of years.
Brampton West has an amazing availabilty of homes from bunglows to town houses to detach, fitting every budget. There is lot of new construction towards the Chingcousy & Bovaird and also James Potter and Williams Parkway area near the new GO station .
Bramlea Brampton Homes for Sale
In Bramlea - a village within a city was built with progressing first letters of street names. Development started with the "A" section, with street names like Argyle, Avondale, and Aloma. Developer then created a "B" section, "C" section, and so forth. Children on the boundaries of these divisions would regularly compete in street hockey games, pitting, for example, the "D" section versus the "N" section.I can assist you in finding home in the ever popular M-Section and N-Section .North Park,MacKay, Massey are some major arteries.
Professors Lake-Brampton Homes for Sale
Professor's Lake is classified as special, city-wide parkland in the City of Brampton, Parks and Recreation Master Plan. This is an outstanding example of sequential land use. Don Gordon, Commissioner of Parks and Recreation for the City of Brampton, called Professor's Lake a "showcase" of extraction followed by rehabilitation. He says "people love water" and Professor's Lake is a significant water resource away from Lake Ontario. The lake is surrounded by lighted walkways and it is attractively encompassed by gardens, trees and shrubs."All the residential streets around Professors Lake start with the letter "P" , like Philosopher's Tr,Princeton Ter and so on.
The major crossing streets are Torbaram/Bovaird and North Park/Bramlee . Most of the properties here are semidetach and detach , starting from low 400,000$ to highs of 900,000$
Raylawson McLaughlin Brampton Homes for Sale
Raylawson and McLaughlin Intersection has an amazing array of homes available and has a great appeal being close to 407 , and easy access to Mississauga . There is great number of South east Asian community living , which providea great availability of finished basemnt rentable properties . It also offers ethnic stores, library, Longos, Nanaksar Temple, Brampton Courts, Peel police station etc.
Castlemore - Brampton Homes for Sale
Castlemore the Crown Jewel of Brampton is a suburban community that is located 14 km northeast of Brampton, about 45 km NW of Toronto, Canada, southwest of Bolton and southeast of Caledon and Orangeville. Castlemore is accessed with the superhighways (Highway 427) via Highway 7 and The Gore and the Highway 407 (ETR) at the Goreway interchange or at Airport Road interchange. Castlemore is located in the northern part of Brampton. The population is presently about 5,000. Housing developments presently continues in the southeastern portion. The West Humber flows in the western portion of Castlemore. The population live in all parts of Castlemore except for the eastern parts. The majority of the population between the 1960s and the late-1990s live in luxury homes with large minimum 2-acre (8,100 m2) lots - over 24 m (80 ft). Castlemore Road runs through part of what is known as the "Castlemore" region. Other roads includes Airport, Goreway,The Gore and Coleraine Roads and Conservation and Mayfield Roads.
Heart lake - Brampton Homes for Sale
Heart Lake is a community in Northwest Brampton, named for the conservation area of the same name; roughly bound to the north by Mayfield Rd, to the South by Bovaird, to the West by Hurontario and to the East by Heart Lake Road.Heart Lake Conservation Area is the largest natural greenspace in the City of Brampton. It is managed by the Toronto & Region Conservation Authority. For more information about Heart Lake, visit the TRCA website. Heart Lake is a great area to live. We encourage all area residents to take pride in their city.
Lakelands-Brampton Homes for Sale
Lakelands Village, Brampton, Ontario is a residential development in the suburban Canadian city of Brampton, Ontario. Built by partnering developers Paradise Homes and Arista Homes , the development is located on Bovaird Drive West and Highway 410 .
One of the main selling points of this development is the artificially enhanced lakes at its center. Beginning at the most southernly area is a large pond, followed by a small lake with a fountain at the center, and most northernly is another large pond, divided up into two smaller sections by a bridge. Around the perimeter of the lake is what the developers have dubbed "a sanctuary", a landscapes trailway.
Before the development the lake was smaller, and spring-fed; the developers "expanded and enhanced" the water area.
The developer's promotional materials claim that the development has over 100 unique house designs.
Fletcher's community of Brampton
Fletchers is an area in the North West of Brampton and has been further subdivided in to Fletchers Creek Village, Fletchers Creek West, Fletchers Creek South. Most of the construction is new and these are purely residential neighbourhoods. The area has been planned with schools, shopping and all other modern facilities in mind.
Credit Valley Brampton
Credit Valley is an upcomming presitigious pocket of Brampton. City has big plans for this area where several arenas and stadiums will be built. Huge executive homes will also be comming up. The area is mostly farmland for now and Creditview road runs right through the midlle of the neighbourhood.
Northwest Sandalwood Parkway
North West Sandalwood Parkway has no history to define a neighbourhood, but the name is given by the Toronto Real Estate board to divide in to a zone. The area is mostly developed in the last decade as a residential neighbourhood.
The homes are a mixture of detach, semi and townhouses. The largest visible residents are the East Indians followed by Portugese and Jamaicans.
Sandringham - Wellington
Vales of Castlermore
Toronto Gore Rural Estate