About Northwest Sandalwood Parkway
Northwest Sandalwood Parkway neighbourhood in Brampton. Popular communities include Queen Street Corridor, Bramalea West Industrial, Toronto Gore Rural Estate, Bramalea South Industrial, Parkway Belt Industrial Area.
Northwest Sandalwood Parkway has 30 homes on the market. Of the 1741 total properties listed in Brampton, Northwest Sandalwood Parkway makes up just 1.7%. The average asking price of a property in Northwest Sandalwood Parkway is $728,738, with an estimated mortgage of $2,469 per month. That is 1.3 times less of the average asking price of $928,440 in Brampton. Properties listed in Northwest Sandalwood Parkway are an average of 1100 square feet, with 3.1 beds and 3.1 baths. Northwest Sandalwood Parkway has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Northwest Sandalwood Parkway real estate is sought after by families due to its proximity to schools, shopping, grocery stores, parks, and other conveniences. This highly family-friendly neighbourhood is bordered on the north by Mayfield Road and Wanless Drive, on the east by Hurontario Street, on the south by Bovaird Drive West, and on the west by McLaughlin Road.
Northwest Sandalwood Parkway homes for sale are primarily located on quiet, purely residential streets lined with neat lawns and young trees. Residents of Northwest Sandalwood Parkway have easy access to playgrounds, parks, and other recreational green space, such as the Van Scott Parkette.
For Northwest Sandalwood residents, stores, schools, and recreation are just minutes away from their front doors. The neighbourhood offers many amenities, and is centrally located.
Northwest Sandalwood MLS listings reflect the diverse needs of the families that live there. There is an abundance of detached single-family homes, which range in style from small bungalow-style properties to spacious, multi-level residences with four or more bedrooms. There are also townhouse developments in areas such as Twin Pines Crescent.
Commercial real estate is also readily available in Northwest Sandalwood Parkway, particularly storefront properties.
For commuters to Toronto, Highway 407 is accessible via Hurontario Street. Other major roads in the area that provide quick transportation to other neighbourhoods in Brampton include Sandalwood Parkway West and McLaughlin Road.
Public transportation is also available to residents of Northwest Sandalwood Parkway, from Brampton Transit. These bus routes connect to the local GO Station, which provides rail transportation to Toronto.
Shopping plazas featuring retail, restaurants, and other businesses can be found along the major roads bordering Northwest Sandalwood Parkway, particularly McLaughlin Road and Bovaird Drive West. Restaurants and grocery stores, such as the Sandalwood Supermarket, can also be found along Van Kirk Boulevard in the interior of Northwest Sandalwood Parkway.
There are plenty of educational options in and around Northwest Sandalwood Parkway. Schools in the neighbourhood include Burnt Elm Public School (85 Burnt Elm Drive) and St. Josephine Bakhita Catholic Elementary School (430 Van Kirk Drive).
Children can stay active and healthy while having fun at Kidnetix Edu-Play Centre (190 Bovaird Drive West). This indoor playground boasts all kinds of activities and jungle gyms designed to keep kids moving while also teaching them skills such as critical thinking and cooperation. The facility offers day camps for young children and is also available for party rentals.