Brant neighbourhood in Burlington. Popular communities include Mountainside, Tyandaga, Freeman, Brant Hills, Palmer.
Brant has 94 homes on the market. Of the 767 total properties listed in Burlington, Brant makes up just 12.3%. The average asking price of a property in Brant is $1,014,259, with an estimated mortgage of $3,436 per month. That is 1.1 times less of the average asking price of $1,133,021 in Burlington. Properties listed in Brant are an average of 1160 square feet, with 2.2 beds and 2.2 baths. Brant has 16% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
As well as being a family-friendly waterfront neighbourhood with a diverse selection of homes, Brant also holds the downtown centre of Burlington, which is located at Brant Street and Lakeshore Road.
This neighbourhood is bounded on the north by Fairview Street, on the east by Guelph Line, and on the west by Highway 403.
Burlington’s history shows in Brant’s stately, tree-lined streets. There are several properties with a fantastic view of the lake. Parks near Brant homes for sale include Central Park, Port Nelson Park, Beachway Park, and many others.
For families who want to be within walking distance of all of the city’s exciting cultural happenings and heritage sites, Brant MLS listings are the first place to look. Because several major roads border Brant, it is also very convenient for commuters.
Homes for sale in Brant include heritage properties, spacious multi-level homes, and bungalows. New and updated townhouses are also available, as well as condos.
Major roads near Brant real estate include Highway 403, Brant Street, New Street, Lakeshore Road, Guelph Line, and several others. Public transportation is available to Brant residents from Burlington Transit, with connections to the nearby Burlington GO Station for rail commuters.
Brant is a shopper’s dream. The extensive shopping district of Downtown Burlington is centred at Brant Street and Lakeshore Road, within walking distance of Brant real estate. This shopping district is one of the largest in the Greater Toronto Area, and features a wide variety of boutiques, restaurants, and more.
Elementary schools in Brant include Central Public School (638 Brant Street) and Lakeshore Public School (2243 Lakeshore Road). Gary Allan High School (500 Drury Lane) is one secondary education option.
There are always festivals and cultural events to attend in Brant on the weekends. During the summer, the city invites its residents to participate in festivals such as Culture Days, which aims to increase the awareness and appreciation for the arts in Burlington.