About Claireville Conservation
Claireville Conservation neighbourhood in Brampton. Popular communities include Bramalea Road South Gateway, Highway 427, Vales of Castlemore, Avondale, Central Park.
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Although the neighbourhood is mainly comprised of the 848-hectare Claireville Conservation Area, there are some neighbourhoods to be found in Claireville Conservation. Claireville Conservation is located south of Queen Street, and is bisected by Highway 407.
Claireville Conservation real estate is mostly found in small neighbourhoods, such as the one along Manswood Crescent, in the north-eastern part of Claireville
Conservation just off of Gore Road. Homes in this area are mostly executive homes on sprawling lots, situated along quiet roads lined with evergreen trees.
Because Clairville Conservation homes for sale are located near the conservation area, they have some very scenic views.
The Claireville Conservation Area itself is wooded, and the West Humber River flows through it. There is a network of hiking trails along the conservation area’s creeks and ravines.
Families looking for a lot of space to grow or couples looking to retire in peace might find Claireville Conservation real estate very appealing.
MLS listings for Claireville Conservation feature custom-built luxury homes. Homes in this area have large yards, are set back from the street, and are usually very spacious.
In 1954, Hurricane Hazel caused 81 deaths in Canada, and caused $137 million in damages. Brampton, and especially Snelgrove, was particularly hard-hit.
The tract of land that would eventually become the Claireville Conservation Area, was acquired by the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority in 1957 in the interest of constructing a flood control dam.
Claireville Conservation homes for sale are located near several major roads. Highway 407 and 427 both pass through the area. Other major roads in the vicinity include Queen Street, Steeles Avenue, and Goreway Drive.
Because Claireville Conservation real estate is located near so many major roads, shopping centres and plazas are just a short drive away. Many retailers, restaurants, and other businesses can be found along Queen Street, just west of Claireville Conservation.
Claireville Conservation real estate is perfect for the outdoors enthusiast, as it puts the vast conservation area right on their doorstep. Families can spend the day wandering the conservation area’s many trails, admiring colourful migratory birds, and searching for the forest’s rare white deer.
Wild Water Kingdom (7855 Finch Avenue West), Canada’s largest water-park until the construction of Calypso Park, is located in the southern part of Claireville Conservation. This popular summertime destination boasts extreme water slides of all sorts, wave pools, playgrounds, lounge pools, mini-golf, and much more.
For those who prefer a quiet weekend away, the Indian Line Campground (7625 Finch Avenue) is also nearby.