About Bram East
Bram East neighbourhood in Brampton. Popular communities include Bram West, Avondale, Westgate, Madoc, Fletcher's Creek South.
Bram East has 86 homes on the market. Of the 1741 total properties listed in Brampton, Bram East makes up just 4.9%. The average asking price of a property in Bram East is $879,913, with an estimated mortgage of $2,981 per month. That is 1.1 times less of the average asking price of $928,306 in Brampton. Properties listed in Bram East are an average of 1121 square feet, with 2.9 beds and 3 baths. Bram East has 1.2% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Bram East, also known as Castlemore, is a diverse, family oriented neighbourhood that is conveniently located near many amenities and recreational areas.
The neighbourhood is bounded on the north by Castlemore Road, on the east by Highway 50, on the south by the Claireville Conservation Area, and on the west by Goreway Drive.
MLS listings for Bram East feature newer homes that are situated along neatly landscaped streets and crescents.
There are a large number of parks near Bram East homes for sale, including Castlemore Park, Pannahill Park, Via Romano Park, Watchman Park, and several more. The Claireville Conservation Area is also located just south of Bram East.
For families looking for a safe, attractive neighbourhood near plenty of schools and other amenities, not to mention scenic natural areas, Bram East real estate might be ideal. Bram East homes for sale are also located just minutes away from Highway 407 and Highway 427, which make the area particularly convenient for commuters to Toronto.
Bram East real estate listings include many updated and renovated detached homes, many of which are quite spacious and may boast four or more bedrooms.
There are also townhouses available in the neighbourhood, on streets such as Palleschi Drive just north of Queen Street and another development just west of Highway 50 and south of Ebenezer Road.
Highway 407 is just a few minutes south of Bram East, and Highway 427 is slightly southeast. Other major roads near Bram East real estate include Queen Street, Airport Road, The Gore Road, and Goreway Drive.
Public transportation from Brampton Transit and Zum is available to Bram East residents. Bus routes include connections to nearby GO Stations for rail commuters to Toronto.
Shopping plazas, such as the Williams Centre plaza near the corner of Highway 50 and Cotrelle Boulevard, can be found along major roads near Bram East homes for sale. Plazas along roads such as Ebenezer Road feature grocery stores, restaurants, salons, retail, and many other businesses.
There is an abundance of educational options for Bram East families. Elementary schools in the vicinity include Red Willow Public School (80 Red Willow Road), Castlemore Public School (9916 The Gore Road), Thorndale Public School (133 Thorndale Road), and Claireville Public School (97 Galluci Crescent). Cardinal Ambrozic Catholic Secondary School (10 Castle Oaks Crossing) is just one of Bram East’s secondary schooling options.
The 848-hectare Claireville Conservation Area is a popular recreation destination near Bram East, and one of the largest conservation areas of its kind in the Greater Toronto Area. Nature lovers can spend hours exploring a network of wooded hiking trails along scenic creeks and ravines.
Bird watching is a popular activity in the Claireville Conservation Area, as many colourful migratory species stop there. Families can also try to spot some of the rare white deer that have been known to turn up in the woods.
For golf enthusiasts, the Riverstone Golf and Country Club (195 Don Minaker Drive) is located in the heart of Bram East. The challenging 9-hole Championship course is located along the picturesque West Humber River. There are also adult and junior golf lessons and clinics available for beginners.