About Brampton South
Brampton South neighbourhood in Brampton. Popular communities include Brampton West, Brampton East, Northwest Brampton, Brampton North, Downtown Brampton.
Brampton South has 30 homes on the market. Of the 1938 total properties listed in Brampton, Brampton South makes up just 1.5%. The average asking price of a property in Brampton South is $781,375, with an estimated mortgage of $2,647 per month. That is 1.3 times less of the average asking price of $996,188 in Brampton. Properties listed in Brampton South are an average of 450 square feet, with 1.9 beds and 1.6 baths. Brampton South has 10% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Brampton South real estate is ideal for families from just about any walk of life, whether they are looking for a place to get started or a place to retire. The neighbourhood is safe, conveniently-located, and attractive. It is located between McLaughlin Road and Main Street South, south of Downtown Brampton.
Brampton South real estate listings are located on peaceful residential streets lined with mature trees and neat landscaping. A majority of Brampton South homes for sale were built between the 1960s and the 1980s.
There are plenty of spacious parks and creek-side paths in Brampton South. Ridgehill Park is a heavily wooded area, while Archdekin Park features a long walking trail along the banks of the Etobicoke Creek.
With its convenient central location, proximity to Downtown Brampton, natural beauty, and accessible schools and amenities, Brampton South real estate is very attractive to families with children.
Brampton South MLS listings offer a wide variety of housing options to suit any need. There is a large selection of detached homes, both larger two-story properties and smaller bungalows. Semi-detached homes and townhouses can also be found throughout the neighbourhood.
The three Pinnacle Condominiums buildings, located along Mill Street, are a popular choice for well-maintained, conveniently located condos.
Brampton South is just minutes from Highway 407 and Highway 410, which makes the area ideal for commuters to Toronto. Other major roads that provide easy access to other areas of Brampton include Main Street and McLaughlin Road.
Public transportation is available to residents of Brampton South from Brampton Transit and Zum, with connections to the Brampton GO Station.
Shoppers World Brampton (499 Main Street South) is located in the southeast corner of Brampton South. This recently renovated shopping mall features retailers and restaurants such as Target, Aldo Outlet, Costa Blanca, and many more.
The shopping district of Downtown Brampton is also just a few minutes away by car or bicycle, with its over three hundred shops, restaurants, and theatres.
Elementary schools and secondary schools are easily accessible from Brampton South homes for sale. Ridgeview Public School (25 Brenda Avenue), Centennial Senior Public School (50 Ladore Drive), and Brampton Centennial Secondary School (251 McMurphy Avenue South) are just a few of the educational options in Brampton South.
One of Brampton South’s greatest attractions is its beautiful parks and trailways. Visitors to Archdekin Park can spend the day walking or picnicking along the banks of the Etobicoke Creek. Parks such as Bach Park, Ridgehill Park, and Woodview Park feature wandering trails that connect to other parks.