About Bronte Creek
Bronte Creek neighbourhood in Burlington. Popular communities include Tansley, Orchard, Headon, Palmer, Brant Hills.
Bronte Creek has 1 homes on the market. Of the 887 total properties listed in Burlington, Bronte Creek makes up just 0.1%. The average asking price of a property in Bronte Creek is $79,000, with an estimated mortgage of $268 per month. That is 0 times less of the average asking price of $1,130,278 in Burlington. Properties listed in Bronte Creek are an average of 0 square feet, with 0 beds and 0 baths. Bronte Creek has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Bronte Creek is a largely undeveloped area bounded by Highway 407, Tremaine Road, and its namesake, Bronte Creek.
Bronte Creek is primarily composed of farmland, and forested areas can be found along the banks of the creek.
There are not a lot of Bronte Creek real estate listings, but rural homes can be found along major roads such as Tremaine Road.
Settlers in this area used the creek for many purposes, including fishing, powering mills, and watering crops. The soil in the area around the creek was very fertile, and the land was used for pear farming, vineyards, apple farming, and many other ventures.
Major roads near Bronte Creek homes for sale include Highway 407, Dundas Street, and Tremaine Road.
Grocery stores and other amenities can be found a few minutes away on main streets such as Appleby Line, which is just west of Bronte Creek real estate.
Schools in this area include Alexander’s Public School (2223 Sutton Drive).
With its woodlands and farms, main streets in Bronte Creek are very scenic in the fall.
Anyone looking to get away only needs to drive a few minutes to Bronte Creek Provincial Park, which features a campground with electrical hook-ups and yurts for rent.