Campbellville neighbourhood in Milton. Popular communities include Milton Heights, Brookville, Moffat, Bowes, 401 Business Park.
Campbellville has 16 homes on the market. Of the 487 total properties listed in Milton, Campbellville makes up just 3.3%. The average asking price of a property in Campbellville is $1,901,413, with an estimated mortgage of $6,441 per month. That is 1.9 times of the average asking price of $1,024,765 in Milton. Properties listed in Campbellville are an average of 1906 square feet, with 2.4 beds and 2.6 baths. Campbellville has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Quaint little Campbellville, with its antique shops and stained glass museum, is a popular stop for tourists as well as a peaceful community for families and retired couples.
Campbellville homes for sale are situated along quiet streets lined with plenty of mature trees and greenery.
The Mountsberg Conservation Area is located in this vicinity, near the southern part of the neighbourhood.
Campbellville is a community steeped in history and local culture. The neighbourhood is located just south of Highway 401, which makes commuting and travel very convenient.
MLS listings for Campbellville feature a wide variety of detached homes, including many historic homes, particularly along Main Street. Spacious luxury homes on sprawling lots can also be found east and west of Main Street
John Campbell, his wife Alexine, and their children left Islay, Scotland for Canada in 1831. They purchased 100 acres in the area that would eventually become Campbellville. In 1838, Campbell dammed the Sixteen Mile Creek in order to build a sawmill that would become the backbone of early Campbellville industry.
Main Street and Campbell Avenue are the two major roads through Campbellville. Highway 401 is accessible via Main Street.
There are several shops worth a visit in Campbellville, including the Stonehouse, the world’s largest leaded stained glass museum and shop. There are also antique shops, Canada’s largest genealogy and history bookshops, and more.
The Mountsberg Conservation Area is a must-see for outdoors enthusiasts. The wetlands and woodlands of this conservation area house many species of shorebirds and raptors, and live bird presentations at the Mountsberg Raptor Centre are open to the public.
Families can also visit the Mountsberg Sugar Bush, where they can take a horse-drawn carriage ride and sample maple syrup and candies.