About Sonoma Heights
Sonoma Heights neighbourhood in Vaughan. Popular communities include Elder Mills, Islington Woods, Kleinburg, East Woodbridge, West Woodbridge.
Sonoma Heights has 25 homes on the market. Of the 1875 total properties listed in Vaughan, Sonoma Heights makes up just 1.3%. The average asking price of a property in Sonoma Heights is $958,858, with an estimated mortgage of $3,248 per month. That is 1.4 times less of the average asking price of $1,330,274 in Vaughan. Properties listed in Sonoma Heights are an average of 1395 square feet, with 3.2 beds and 3.3 baths. Sonoma Heights has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Sonoma Heights, with its spacious homes and abundant park space and amenities, is an ideal neighbourhood for families with children.
Sonoma Heights real estate listings feature homes situated in an attractive community full of trees and greenery. There are several parks within walking distance of Sonoma Heights homes for sale, including Sunset Ridge Park, Tammy Breda Park, and Sonoma Heights Community Park. The Kortright Centre For Conservation is also just minutes east of Sonoma Heights real estate.
Sonoma Heights has much to offer families looking to upgrade, including easy access to nearby schools and major roads. Shopping and recreation are also just a stone’s throw away.
MLS listings for Sonoma Heights feature a variety of detached and semi-detached homes, as well as townhouses.
Major roads near Sonoma Heights real estate include Islington Avenue, Rutherford Road, Highway 27, and Major MacKenzie Drive. Highways 400 and 407 are also just a short drive easy and south of Sonoma Heights, respectively.
Shopping plazas full of grocery stores and other retailers can be found along major roads such as Islington Avenue.
There are many schools located within Sonoma Heights, including Lorna Jackson Public School (389 Napa Valley Avenue), St. Andrew Catholic Elementary School (151 Forest Fountain Drive), and Elder’s Mills Public School (120 Napa Valley Drive).
The Kortright Centre for Conservation is a popular spot for families to enjoy nice weather. This forested conservation area features scenic hiking and horseback riding trails, as well as a popular maple syrup festival.