Bristol-London neighbourhood in Newmarket. Popular communities include Summerhill Estates, Glenway Estates, Gorham-College Manor, Stonehaven-Wyndham, Huron Heights-Leslie Valley.
Bristol-London has 47 homes on the market. Of the 560 total properties listed in Newmarket, Bristol-London makes up just 8.4%. The average asking price of a property in Bristol-London is $888,280, with an estimated mortgage of $3,009 per month. That is 1.2 times less of the average asking price of $1,105,939 in Newmarket. Properties listed in Bristol-London are an average of 667 square feet, with 2.4 beds and 2.3 baths. Bristol-London has 4.3% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Bristol-London is a well-established family-oriented community located east of Yonge Street and north of Davis Drive.
Bristol-London real estate listings feature homes situated along streets lined with mature trees and neat lawns and gardens that show pride of ownership.
There are many parks near Bristol-London homes for sale, including Proctor Park, Rogers Park, Denne Bush, Marilyn Powell Park, and more. The Mabel Davis Conservation Area is also located along the eastern border of the neighbourhood.
Bristol-London has a lot to offer families with young children: proximity to schools, plenty of nearby parks and recreation areas and convenient access to downtown Newmarket with all of its yearly events and festivals.
MLS listings for Bristol-London feature detached two-story homes, bungalows, and some condominiums along Davis Drive.
Major roads near Bristol-London homes for sale include Yonge Street, Davis Drive, London Road, and Green Line.
The Upper Canada Mall (17600 Yonge Street) is located near the southwestern corner of Bristol-London. This indoor mall boasts over two hundred different clothing shops, cosmetics stores, electronics retailers, and more.
Schools available to Bristol-London families include Denne Public School (330 Burford Street), Maple Leaf Public School (155 Longford Drive), and Dr. John M. Denison Secondary School (135 Bristol Road).
The Mabel Davis is a peaceful natural oasis along the eastern edge of the community. Families can spend hours wandering the wooded trails, bird watching, and watching the East Holland River tumble by.