About Brampton North
Brampton North neighbourhood in Brampton. Popular communities include Brampton West, Brampton East, Northwest Brampton, Brampton South, Downtown Brampton.
Brampton North has 50 homes on the market. Of the 1946 total properties listed in Brampton, Brampton North makes up just 2.6%. The average asking price of a property in Brampton North is $731,908, with an estimated mortgage of $2,479 per month. That is 1.3 times less of the average asking price of $980,241 in Brampton. Properties listed in Brampton North are an average of 458 square feet, with 2.7 beds and 2.3 baths. Brampton North has 2% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Brampton North real estate is desirable for its convenient central location and proximity to amenities and entertainment. The neighbourhood is bordered on the north by Bovaird Drive East, on the east by Kennedy Road North, on the south by Church Street East, and on the west by Main Street North.
Brampton North real estate listings can be found in well-established neighbourhoods full of mature trees and neat landscaping. A majority of Brampton North MLS listings were built in the 1960s through the 1980s.
There are plenty of parks and walking paths near Brampton North real estate. Allen Kerbel Park, Valley Down Park, Claypine Park, and Duggan Park are located within walking distance of Brampton North homes for sale. A portion of the scenic Etobicoke Creek Trail also runs through the west side of Brampton North.
Brampton North real estate has everything a family could ask for in a suburban neighbourhood: recreation areas, many schools, proximity to family entertainment, and convenience for city commuters by car and by public transit.
Brampton North real estate agents’ MLS listings feature a wide variety of housing options. Spacious detached homes with three or more bedrooms are common, as well as bungalows and semi-detached homes. Townhouse complexes can also be found in areas such as Dawson Crescent.
For commuters to Toronto and other areas, Brampton North is located near several major highways and roads: Highway 407, Highway 410, Main Street, Kennedy Road, and Queen Street, among others. The commute to Toronto is well under an hour, and to downtown Brampton it is only a few minutes.
There are also bus routes run by Brampton Transit in the area, which make stops at the Brampton GO Station for rail commuters to Toronto.
Shoppers do not have to go far from their front door to find their favourite retailer in Brampton North. There are many shops, restaurants, grocery stores, and other businesses located along Main Street, Kennedy Street, and other major roads.
Just on the east side of Kennedy Road is the Centennial Mall (227 Vodden Street East), which features many clothing retailers, jewelry stores, media stores, salons, and restaurants.
Downtown Brampton is also just a short drive away. In the historic shopping district, centred around Queen Street and Main Street, shoppers can find a wide selection of charming boutiques, cafes, restaurants, and theatres.
Brampton North families have access to a number of schools, including Agnes Taylor Public School (80 Beech Street0, Kingswood Drive Public School (235 Kingswood Drive), and Central Peel Secondary School (32 Kennedy Road North).
Because Brampton North is so close to Downtown Brampton, there is always something to do. The theatre district in Downtown Brampton is worth the visit. The 1000-seat Rose Theatre (1 Theatre Lane) features state-of-the-art technology and facilities and stages dramatic productions, musical performances, and more.