Northwest Brampton neighbourhood in Brampton. Popular communities include Brampton South, Brampton East, Downtown Brampton, Brampton North, Southgate.
Northwest Brampton has 173 homes on the market. Of the 1494 total properties listed in Brampton, Northwest Brampton makes up just 11.6%. The average asking price of a property in Northwest Brampton is $1,079,500, with an estimated mortgage of $3,657 per month. That is 1.1 times less of the average asking price of $1,189,111 in Brampton. Properties listed in Northwest Brampton are an average of 1184 square feet, with 3.4 beds and 3.3 baths. Northwest Brampton has 1.2% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Northwest Brampton real estate is primarily located in small subdivisions separated by farmland and undeveloped land as well as in country homes along main roads. The neighbourhood is bordered on the north by Mayfield Road, on the east by Creditview Road, on the south by Bovaird Drive West, and on the west by Winston Church Boulevard.
Since there is so much undeveloped land in this community, Northwest Brampton homes for sale are surrounded by open green space and wooded areas. Nature enthusiasts often consider living in this area because of the abundance of green space. Although it may be appealing to some, it is important to note that there are only a few central roads in the neighbourhood.
Northwest Brampton real estate listings offer both convenience for Toronto commuters and a peaceful suburban retreat from city life. Surrounded by natures beauty, Northwest Brampton is a community to consider when searching for homes.
There are still few housing subdivisions in Northwest Brampton, but small clusters of Northwest Brampton homes for sale can be found in areas such as the southeast corner of the neighbourhood. Northwest Brampton MLS listings also feature more rural homes along Bovaird Drive. These homes are usually detached, and include both bungalows and two-story residences.
There are new home subdivisions planned for the area, as well. The Mount Pleasant subdivision, located on Mississauga north of Bovaird, is set to expand west of Creditview Road, with plans for schools, parks, and commercial areas.
Major roads in Northwest Brampton that provide easy access to other areas of Brampton include Highway 7 and Mississauga Road. For commuters, the drive from Northwest Brampton to Toronto via the Gardiner Expressway takes less than an hour.
For rail commuters, the Mount Pleasant GO Station is located just moments away. Public transit is also available in Mount Pleasant.
Shopping plazas featuring retailers and restaurants can be found in Mount Pleasant, just across the Northwest Brampton east border. The Bramelia City Centre indoor shopping mall is also located less than twenty minutes away, (25 Peel Centre Drive).
Nearby schools include Brisdale Public School and Fletcher’s Meadow Secondary School, both of which are located less than ten minutes east of Northwest Brampton.
The historic downtown district of Brampton is only a few minutes away from Northwest Brampton. Here one can find many shops and restaurants, as well as an excellent theatre district on Main Street that includes the well-known Heritage Theatre. The downtown area is very scenic, and features many heritage buildings.