Madoc neighbourhood in Brampton. Popular communities include Northgate, Queen Street Corridor, Bramalea West Industrial, Toronto Gore Rural Estate, Bramalea South Industrial.
Madoc has 55 homes on the market. Of the 1840 total properties listed in Brampton, Madoc makes up just 3%. The average asking price of a property in Madoc is $747,539, with an estimated mortgage of $2,532 per month. That is 1.3 times less of the average asking price of $992,795 in Brampton. Properties listed in Madoc are an average of 626 square feet, with 3 beds and 2.6 baths. Madoc has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Madoc is a safe, well-established neighbourhood bordered on the north by Bovaird Drive East, on the east by Highway 410, on the south by Queen Street, and on the west by Kennedy Road North. Madoc real estate is ideal for families as it is located close to many amenities and recreational areas.
Madoc MLS listings feature homes sizeable lots along peaceful streets lined with mature trees. A large percentage of Madoc homes for sale were built between the 1960s and the 1980s. There is an abundance of parks in the area, including Lakelands Village Park with its scenic pond, Major Oaks Park, Seaborn Park, Bruce Beer Park, and several others.
Families might find Madoc real estate particularly attractive, given the number of schools, daycares, community centres, parks, sports facilities, shopping areas, and other amenities in the neighbourhood. Madoc homes for sale are also ideal for commuters, as Highway 410 borders the community.
Madoc real estate agents’ MLS listings feature a wide selection of detached homes, both multi-level and bungalows. Semidetached homes and townhouses are also available.
Madoc real estate is convenient for commuters, as Highway 410 allows quick travel to Toronto. Queen Street provides a direct route to Downtown Brampton. Other major roads in Madoc include Williams Parkway, Bovaird Road, and Kennedy Road.
Public transportation run by Brampton Transit is also available to Madoc families, with connections to the Brampton GO Station.
The Trinity Common Mall is just a few minutes away from Madoc, and features a wide assortment of family favourite retailers such as Guess, Tommy Hilfiger, Aldo, Claire’s, and many others, as well as a selection of restaurants.
For a more locally based shopping experience, just down Queen Street at the intersection of Main Street is the Downtown Brampton shopping district.
There are many elementary schools and secondary schools located in and around Madoc. Educational options in the neighbourhood include Arnott Charlton Public School (140 Winterfold Drive), Gordon Graydon Senior Public School (170 Rutherford Road North), Harold F. Loughlin Public School (39 Herkley Drive), and Turner Fenton Secondary School (7935 Kennedy Road South).
For families who want to stay active, the Century Gardens Recreation Centre (340 Vodden Street East) is a popular destination. This facility boasts an ice arena and skating lessons, an indoor swimming pool, soccer fields, a fitness centre, a sauna, and a host of other family activities.
For rainy days, the Trinity Common Mall also features a 16-screen movie theatre with some 3D screens and party rooms for rent.