About Sandringham-Wellington North
Sandringham-Wellington North neighbourhood in Brampton. Popular communities include Queen Street Corridor, Bramalea West Industrial, Toronto Gore Rural Estate, Bramalea South Industrial, Parkway Belt Industrial Area.
Sandringham-Wellington North has 10 homes on the market. Of the 1741 total properties listed in Brampton, Sandringham-Wellington North makes up just 0.6%. The average asking price of a property in Sandringham-Wellington North is $1,455,692, with an estimated mortgage of $4,931 per month. That is 1.6 times of the average asking price of $928,440 in Brampton. Properties listed in Sandringham-Wellington North are an average of 1400 square feet, with 3 beds and 2.8 baths. Sandringham-Wellington North has 10% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Sandringham-Wellington is a largely agricultural or undeveloped area with a number of spacious country homes set along its main streets. Sandringham-Wellington North is bordered by Mayfield Road, Airport Road, Countryside Drive, and Heart lake Road.
Sandringham-Wellington North homes for sale can be found on good-sized lots, set back from main roads by long driveways. With all of the farmland and undeveloped land in Sandringham-Wellington North, the neighbourhood has an air of rural charm. There are also parks near Sandringham-Wellington North real estate, such as Sesquicentennial Park, and the Heart Lake Conservation Area is just a stone’s throw away.
Sandringham-Wellington North real estate is quiet and peaceful, and ideal for anyone looking for a country getaway that is still within minutes of city conveniences. Sandringham-Wellington North MLS listings feature a variety of spacious detached homes, such as bungalows on sprawling lots.
For commuters to Toronto and access to other Brampton neighbourhoods, several major roads run through Sandringham-Wellington North, including Highway 410, Bramalea Road, and Airport Road.
Public transportation run by Brampton Transit is also available near Sandringham-Wellington.
Grocery stores, restaurants, and other retail stores are just minutes away from Sandringham-Wellington North real estate, particularly down Airport Road. A Shoppers Drug Mart can be found just on the other side of Countryside Drive, just before Airport Road.
Schools are also easily accessible for Sandringham-Wellington North residents. Mount Royal Public School (65 Mount Royal Circle), Shaw Public School (10 Father Tobin Road), and Lougheed Middle School (475 Father Tobin Road) are just a few of the educational options in the vicinity.
The Heart Lake Conservation Area is a popular destination among outdoor recreation enthusiasts. The lake is stocked with farm-raised rainbow trout, and is surrounded by over eight kilometres of scenic hiking trails. Boat rentals, picnic areas, and splash pads are just a few of the other features of the conservation area.