Snelgrove neighbourhood in Brampton. Popular communities include Heart Lake, Heart Lake West, Heart Lake East, Fletcher's Meadow, Credit Valley.
Snelgrove has 33 homes on the market. Of the 1837 total properties listed in Brampton, Snelgrove makes up just 1.8%. The average asking price of a property in Snelgrove is $1,073,718, with an estimated mortgage of $3,637 per month. That is 1.1 times of the average asking price of $999,188 in Brampton. Properties listed in Snelgrove are an average of 1611 square feet, with 3.9 beds and 3.6 baths. Snelgrove has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Snelgrove is an attractive, peaceful community that sits right on the border between Brampton and neighbouring Caledon. Because Highway 410 was extended recently to terminate at Hurontario Street, Snelgrove is now a very convenient community for commuters.
Snelgrove homes for sale can be found on neat, tree-lined residential streets and courts within walking distance of parks and walking paths. Many of the most sought-after Snelgrove real estate listings back up to scenic ravines and wooded conservation areas.
Parks near Snelgrove real estate listings include the Chinguacousy Lions Club Water Tower Park, Cresthaven Park, and the Summer Valley Parkette. Snelgrove is also bordered by the Heart Lake Conservation Area.
With its accessible schools, parks, amenities such as recreation centres, and other city conveniences, Snelgrove real estate is ideal for families.
Snelgrove MLS listings often feature spacious detached homes. In the neighbourhoods that border Heart Lake Conservation Area, homes are often set on sizeable lots. On Conservation Drive in this area, luxury homes with deep front yards and long driveways can be found. West of Kennedy Road, Snelgrove real estate listings feature two-story homes, bungalows, and semi-detached homes, many of which were built in the 1980s.
Snelgrove’s first settler was a man named John Snell, who moved to the area in 1838. The town was called Edmonton at first, but the name was changed to Snelgrove to honor Snell in 1859.
The new extension of Highway 410 provides easy access to Toronto for commuters. Other major roads in Snelgrove include Kennedy Road and Hurontario Street.
There is also public transit available from Brampton Transit near Snelgrove homes for sale, with connections to the Mount Pleasant GO Station and the Brampton GO Station for rail commuters.
Shopping plazas offering retailers, restaurants, and grocery stores can be found on Mayfield Road near Hurontario Street. Shoppers looking for local boutiques and restaurants need only go a few minutes down the road for a daytrip to Downtown Brampton.
There are plenty of educational options available in and near Snelgrove. St. Rita Elementary School (30 Summer Valley Drive) and St. Stephen Separate School (17 Colonel Bertram Road) are just two of the numerous schools in the area.
There are plenty of beautiful natural areas to explore in Snelgrove. The Heart Lake Conservation Area, located just on the other side of Conservation Drive, features over eight kilometres of forest hiking trails, a lake stocked with trout, picnic areas, boat rentals, and a large wetland-themed splash pad.
Part of the Etobicoke Creek Trail runs right through the heart of Snelgrove, bordered by scenic forest and wide open green spaces.