Sandringham-Wellington neighbourhood in Brampton. Popular communities include Queen Street Corridor, Bramalea West Industrial, Toronto Gore Rural Estate, Bramalea South Industrial, Parkway Belt Industrial Area.
Sandringham-Wellington has 181 homes on the market. Of the 1800 total properties listed in Brampton, Sandringham-Wellington makes up just 10.1%. The average asking price of a property in Sandringham-Wellington is $742,346, with an estimated mortgage of $2,515 per month. That is 1.3 times less of the average asking price of $973,974 in Brampton. Properties listed in Sandringham-Wellington are an average of 1083 square feet, with 3 beds and 3.2 baths. Sandringham-Wellington has 6.6% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Sandringham-Wellington is a family-oriented neighbourhood that features a wide variety of elementary and secondary schools. A majority of Sandringham-Wellington homes for sale were built in the 1980s or later.
Sandringham-Wellington is bounded on the north by Countryside Drive, on the east by Airport Road, on the south by Bovaird Drive East, and on the west by Heart Lake Road North.
MLS listings for Sandringham-Wellington feature spacious family homes on quiet, safe streets within walking distance of parks, schools, shopping, and other amenities.
There is an abundance of parks near Sandringham-Wellington real estate, including Brampton-Marikina Friendship Park, Blue Oak Park, and Carabram Park. Parks in Sandringam-Wellington feature walking and cycling trails for outdoors enthusiasts.
With its affordable, spacious properties and variety of educational options, Sandringham-Wellington is an ideal neighbourhood for families looking for a first home, as well as for families looking for more space to grow. Because of its proximity to Highway 410, Sandringham-Wellington is also a convenient neighbourhood for commuters to Toronto.
Sandringham-Wellington real estate listings boast a large number of detached multi-level homes, most with three or more bedrooms. There are also many new and updated townhouses, particularly in the area just south of Countryside Drive around Dixie Road. Storefront commercial real estate can also be found for rent or sale in Sandringham-Wellington’s many shopping plazas.
Highway 410 is accessible from Bovaird Drive or Sandalwood Parkway, and the commute to Toronto from Sandringham-Wellington is less than an hour. Other major roads in Sandringham-Wellington include Torbram Road, Bramalea Road, and Dixie Road.
Brampton Transit and Zum bus routes are available to Sandringham-Wellington residents, with connections to the Brampton and Mount Pleasant GO Stations for rail commuters.
There are many shopping centres in Sandringham-Wellington, including the Trinity Common Mall (Highway 410 and Bovaird Drive), which features favourite retailers such as Guess, Tommy Hilfiger, Claire’s, Staples, Pier 1 Imports, and many others, as well as a selection of restaurants. Other shopping plazas can be found along major roads such as Airport Road and Bovaird Road.
There are many daycares, elementary schools, and secondary schools in Sandringham-Wellington, with educational options including public school, Catholic school, and private schooling.
Elementary schools in this area include Fernforest Public School (275 Fernforest Drive), Hewson Elementary Public School (235 Father Tobin Road), and Robert J. Lee Public School (160 Mountainash Road). Secondary Schools include St. Marguerite D’youville Secondary School (10815 Dixie Road) and Harold M. Brathwaite Secondary School (415 Great Lakes Drive).
There is plenty to do near Sandringham-Wellington for outdoor enthusiasts. The Heart Lake Conservation Area is located just on the other side of Heart Lake Road. This scenic wooded conservation area, named for the heart-shaped lake at its centre, features over eight kilometres of hiking trails. The lake is stocked with farm-raised rainbow trout, and boat rentals are also available.
For golfers, the Turnberry Golf Club is located near the southwest corner of Sandringham-Wellington. The course is short but challenging and attractive, and the club features a golf shop and is available for rentals.