About Central Park
Central Park neighbourhood in Brampton. Popular communities include Northgate, Bramalea Road South Gateway, Avondale, Madoc, Queen Street Corridor.
Central Park has 31 homes on the market. Of the 1831 total properties listed in Brampton, Central Park makes up just 1.7%. The average asking price of a property in Central Park is $794,100, with an estimated mortgage of $2,690 per month. That is 1.3 times less of the average asking price of $993,021 in Brampton. Properties listed in Central Park are an average of 465 square feet, with 3.1 beds and 2.5 baths. Central Park has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Central Park is a peaceful community located within just minutes of many of Brampton’s major attractions, not to mention a host of amenities. Most Central Park homes for sale were built between the 1960s and 1980s.
The neighbourhood is bordered on the north by Bovaird Drive East, on the east by Bramalea Road, on the south by Chinguacousy Park and the Queen Street Corridor, and on the west by Dixie Road.
Central Park real estate can be found on quiet and safe streets, crescents, and cul-de-sacs lined with tall trees and neat lawns. On streets such as Crescent Drive North and Crescent Drive South, just off of Dixie Road, Central Park real estate listings feature spacious homes on scenic, sprawling lots.
There is an abundance of recreational space such as playgrounds, parks, and paths near Central Park homes for sale. Hilldale Park, Maitland Park, and Manitou Park are located along a trail system in the heart of the neighbourhood. Other parks in the area include Massey Park and Manorcrest Park.
Just to the south of Central Park is the recently renovated Chinguacousy Park, one of Brampton’s largest and most popular parks.
For families looking for a child-friendly community within a short commuting distance to Toronto, Central Park real estate is ideal. The community is just minutes away from Highway 410, and is also close to Downtown Brampton.
Homes in Central Park are close to all amenities and necessities such as schools, community centres, libraries, shopping centres, and entertainment.
Central Park MLS listings feature a diverse selection of homes to satisfy almost any family’s needs. For first-time homebuyers and families looking to downsize, there are affordable bungalows, semi-detached homes, and townhouses. There are so plenty of more spacious properties, such as two-story detached homes as well as a selection of larger executive homes on sizeable lots.
During the 1970s and 1980s, a time period during which Central Park saw quite a lot of change and evolution, all of Brampton was also undergoing some major economic and social development.
Brampton first became a city when the Region of Peel was created in 1974. Many businesses and industries were attracted to the city in the following decades, and new developments such as those in Central Park became necessary to accommodate the new city’s growing population. Now, Brampton is Canada’s ninth largest city.
Central Park is located just east of Highway 410, which makes the commute to Toronto less than an hour. Other major roads in Central Park include Williams Parkway, Bramalea Road, and Bovaird Drive. Central Park is also located a few minutes north of Queen Street, which provides a quick route to Downtown Brampton.
Public transportation run by Brampton Transit and Zum is available to Central Park residents. Bus routes in this area provide connections to the Brampton GO Station, for rail commuters to Toronto and other towns.
Because Central Park borders the Queen Street Corridor, Central Park families have easy access to all of the retail and restaurants to be found in this area, not the least of which is the Bramalea City Centre (25 Peel Centre Drive). This indoor mall, one of Canada’s largest, features over one million square feet of popular shops and eateries. Retailers in the Bramalea City Centre include Target, Metro, American Eagle Outfitters, Ecko Unlimited, Forever 21, H&M, and many more family favourites.
Bramalea City Centre also boasts a number of restaurants, including Moxie’s Classic Grill, Dairy Queen, and Five Guys.
There are also smaller shopping plazas featuring grocery stores, restaurants, and other shops within Central Park, including one located at North Park Drive and McKay Street.
Just a stone’s throw from Central Park real estate is Chinguacousy Park (9050 Bramalea Road), one of Brampton’s most notable weekend destinations for family fun. A petting zoo, pony rides for children, splash pads, miniature golf, tropical gardens and a greenhouse, miniature train rides, and a BMX and skate park are just a few of the countless ways to spend the day at Chinguacousy Park.