About Aurora Grove
Aurora Grove neighbourhood in Aurora. Popular communities include Aurora Highlands, Bayview Northeast, Bayview Southeast, Bayview Wellington, Aurora Estates.
Aurora Grove has 14 homes on the market. Of the 479 total properties listed in Aurora, Aurora Grove makes up just 2.9%. The average asking price of a property in Aurora Grove is $1,338,123, with an estimated mortgage of $4,533 per month. That is 1.1 times less of the average asking price of $1,531,719 in Aurora. Properties listed in Aurora Grove are an average of 846 square feet, with 2.8 beds and 3.1 baths. Aurora Grove has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Aurora Grove is a family friendly neighbourhood that first began to see development in 1995. It is bounded on the north by Wellington Street East, on the west by Bayview Avenue, on the south by Vandorf Sideroad, and on the west by Industrial Parkway South.
Aurora Grove real estate listings feature homes and townhouses situated along quiet, tree-lined streets. The neighbourhood is separated from much of Aurora by the Holland River East Branch, which gives it a peaceful, tucked-away feel.
There is plenty of green space near Aurora Grove homes for sale. Parks in Aurora Grove include James Lloyd Park and the Sheppard’s Bush Conservation Area.
For families looking for a safe, affordable neighbourhood to settle in, Aurora Grove offers a retreat from city noise without losing city conveniences. Aurora Grove real estate is located within walking a stone’s throw of high-ranked schools, shopping areas, parks, recreation centres, and other amenities.
MLS listings for Aurora Grove include many two-story detached homes built in 1995 or later, as well as smaller bungalows, townhouses, and semi-detached homes.
Aurora Grove is situated alongside the Sheppard’s Bush Conservation Area, which housed a working sugar bush for many years before it was donated in the 1970s to be a conservation area.
Located in the conservation area is the Charles Henry Sheppard House, an English arts-and-crafts style house built in the early 1920s. It was built for Charles Henry Sheppard, who made a fortune in the timber business in Georgian Bay before becoming Mayor of Aurora in 1922.
Aurora Grove is located near several major roads, including Bayview Avenue and, slightly to the west, Yonge Street. Highway 400 is also just a short distance west of Aurora Grove.
There are a number of shopping plazas located along Wellington Road, featuring restaurants, grocery stores, and other businesses. Yonge Street, just a few minutes’ drive to the west, also boasts a wide variety of retailers, restaurants, salons, and much more.
Many educational institutions are available to Aurora Grove residents. Elementary schools near Aurora Grove real estate include Holy Spirit Catholic Elementary School (315 Stone Road), Aurora Grove Public School (415 Stone Road), and La Maison Montessori House (14 Stone Road). Secondary school options in the vicinity include St. Maximillian Kolbe High School (278 Wellington Street East) and Dr. G. W. Williams Secondary School (39 Dunning Avenue).
There are countless ways for families and outdoor enthusiasts to spend the day at Sheppard’s Bush Conservation Area. There are three kilometres of scenic hiking trails and historical buildings including a maple syrup evaporator to explore. There are also thirteen soccer fields in the conservation area.