About Fletcher's West
Fletcher's West neighbourhood in Brampton. Popular communities include Fletcher's Creek Village, Northwood Park, Credit Valley, Fletcher's Meadow, Huttonville.
Fletcher's West has 25 homes on the market. Of the 1795 total properties listed in Brampton, Fletcher's West makes up just 1.4%. The average asking price of a property in Fletcher's West is $781,119, with an estimated mortgage of $2,646 per month. That is 1.2 times less of the average asking price of $972,346 in Brampton. Properties listed in Fletcher's West are an average of 905 square feet, with 3.6 beds and 3.7 baths. Fletcher's West has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Fletcher’s West is an affordable, conveniently-located community bordered on the north by Queen Street West, on the east by McLaughlin Road South, on the south by Steeles Avenue West, and on the west by Chinguacousy Road.
Fletcher’s West homes for sale are located in neat subdivisions lined with trees, and are within steps of parks. Parks near Fletcher’s West real estate listings include Lloyd Sanderson Park, Plane Park, and Dafoe Parkette.
For families, Fletcher’s West real estate is attractive for its affordability, proximity to schools and other amenities, and its convenience to Toronto and to downtown Brampton.
Fletcher’s West MLS listings feature a diverse selection of detached multi-level homes, many of which have been recently renovated and are quite spacious.
Fletcher’s West homes for sale are just a short drive from Highways 407 and 410, which makes this community ideal for commuters to Toronto. Other major roads in the area that provide quick routes to other major neighbourhoods and attractions in Brampton include Chinguacousy Road and McLaughlin Road.
Fletcher’s West real estate is also close to public transit run by Brampton Transit, which makes stops at the Brampton GO Station.
Because Fletcher’s West is bordered by major streets such as Queen Street, residents have easy access to a number of shopping plazas featuring restaurants, salons, grocery stores, and other necessities.
For leisurely shopping day-trips, Downtown Brampton, centred at Queen Street and Main Street, is also just moments away from Fletcher’s West homes for sale. The historic streets of the downtown area are brimming with charming shops, excellent restaurants, and many other attractions.
There are also numerous schools in and around Fletcher’s West. Elementary schools include St. Monica Elementary School (60 Sterritt Drive) and St. Brigid School (81 Torrance Woods). St. Augustine Secondary School (27 Drinkwater Road) is just one of the neighbourhood’s nearby secondary school options.
There are plenty of ways to have fun on the weekends in Fletcher’s West’s many parks. Picnicking, wandering trails, playing ball—there’s a park to suit just about every need in the vicinity.
Being right next door to Downtown Brampton and other central communities also means having all of the City of Brampton’s major festivals and events right at Fletcher’s West residents’ fingertips.