About Rural Aurora
Rural Aurora neighbourhood in Aurora. Popular communities include Aurora Village, Hills of St Andrew, Aurora Estates, Bayview Wellington, Bayview Northeast.
Rural Aurora has 97 homes on the market. Of the 427 total properties listed in Aurora, Rural Aurora makes up just 22.7%. The average asking price of a property in Rural Aurora is $1,140,066, with an estimated mortgage of $3,862 per month. That is 1.2 times less of the average asking price of $1,340,678 in Aurora. Properties listed in Rural Aurora are an average of 1822 square feet, with 3.2 beds and 3.2 baths. Rural Aurora has 9.3% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Rural Aurora is an area that will soon be making some big changes. Although there are only a few houses in the area and two roads, there are currently many development proposals and lots for sale along St. John’s Sideroad and Leslie Street. The area is bounded on the north by the Newmarket/Aurora town boundary and on the east by Highway 404.
Rural Aurora real estate, as its name might suggest, is mostly composed of farms and undeveloped land. There are also creeks, woodlands, ponds, and other scenic natural areas.
There are few current Rural Aurora MLS listings, but this is going to change very quickly over the next few years. This is definitely an area to keep an eye on, as developments are in motion for areas including detached housing, condominiums, townhouses, and many other types of housing.
Because Rural Aurora real estate is so close to Highway 404, Toronto is very accessible for commuters. St. John’s Sideroad and Leslie Street are the only roads within Rural Aurora. However, these and nearby Wellington Street provide easy access to other parts of Aurora.
There are few stores in Rural Aurora, but there are plenty of restaurants and retailers, such as Real Canadian Superstore, to be found along Bayview Avenue just a short trip away.
There are plenty of schools in neighbourhoods surrounding Rural Aurora. Schools such as Northern Lights Public School, Hartman Public School, and St. Jerome Catholic Elementary School are just a short drive away in the Bayview Northeast and Bayview Wellington neighbourhoods.
Although there is not currently much development in Rural Aurora, the scenery along its two roads is worth the view. Mature trees with lovely fall colours, horse farms, and pastures make for a pleasant fall drive.