About Aurora Highlands
Aurora Highlands neighbourhood in Aurora. Popular communities include Bayview Northeast, Bayview Southeast, Bayview Wellington, Aurora Village, Hills of St Andrew.
Aurora Highlands has 51 homes on the market. Of the 427 total properties listed in Aurora, Aurora Highlands makes up just 11.9%. The average asking price of a property in Aurora Highlands is $1,121,724, with an estimated mortgage of $3,800 per month. That is 1.2 times less of the average asking price of $1,340,678 in Aurora. Properties listed in Aurora Highlands are an average of 1214 square feet, with 3.4 beds and 3.4 baths. Aurora Highlands has 5.9% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Aurora Highlands is bounded by Wellington Street on the north, Yonge Street on the east, Bloomington Road to the south, and Bathurst Street on the west. This neighbourhood is notable for the diversity of its housing stock, as well as for its family-friendly nature.
Aurora Highlands homes for sale are found in all shapes and sizes, but all have in common serene, safe streets lined with plenty of trees and greenery. Parks near Aurora Highlands real estate include the expansive Case woodlot, Norm Weller Park, and Tamarac Green.
There are also many hiking trails through the area that connect the parks to one another and to parks in other neighbourhoods.
For a family looking for a place within less than an hour drive from Toronto, Aurora Highlands real estate is ideal. With its safe streets, abundance of nearby schools, and convenient location near shopping districts and other amenities, Aurora Highlands is an excellent neighbourhood for a growing family. Aurora Highlands real estate listings feature a wide array of housing types, suitable for almost any family’s needs.
Luxury homes can be found in the vicinity of the Aurora Highlands Golf and Country club, as well as in Tannery Creek at Wellington and Bathurst streets. Other upscale homes on sprawling lots can also be found down Bathurst Street. Just west of Yonge Street, Aurora Highlands homes for sale consist of many affordable older two-story houses and bungalows. Townhouse developments can also be found near Yonge Street.
For commuters to Toronto, Highway 404 is easily accessible from Aurora Highlands. Other major roads in the area include Yonge Street, where a good deal of shopping and dining can be found, and Wellington Street.
Aurora Highlands is also just minutes away from downtown Aurora, which is centred at Yonge and Wellington Streets.
Public transit is available in the area from YRT Transit and VIVA. Bus routes provide connections to the Aurora GO Station (121 Wellington Street).
With downtown Aurora so close, unique shopping is easy to find. Downtown Aurora’s historical streets are lined with small shops and quaint restaurants. There are also many fashion retailers, fitness clubs, and restaurants along Yonge Street near the Highland Gate Golf Club.
Schools in the area include both public and Catholic schools. For secondary education, Aurora High School is situated just north of Wellington Street.
Nestled in a fairly upscale part of Aurora Highlands (21 Golf Links Drive) is the Highland Gate Golf Club. The Golf Club was first opened in 1931, and its age shows in the stately mature trees the line the course. There is also a clubhouse that features a bistro and patio for drinking and dining.
Anyone looking for a little culture can head to the Theatre Aurora (150 Henderson Drive). Theatre Aurora is a community theatre with a long history in the Aurora Highlands, and is just kicking off its 56th season. The theatre also offers programs for children, culminating in a show at the end of the year.