About Rouge Park
Rouge Park neighbourhood in Pickering. Popular communities include Rougemount, Highbush, Dunbarton, West Shore, Amberlea.
Rouge Park has 8 homes on the market. Of the 335 total properties listed in Pickering, Rouge Park makes up just 2.4%. The average asking price of a property in Rouge Park is $1,317,114, with an estimated mortgage of $4,462 per month. That is 1 times of the average asking price of $1,292,833 in Pickering. Properties listed in Rouge Park are an average of 1357 square feet, with 4.1 beds and 4 baths. Rouge Park has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Tucked into the edge of Rural Pickering, Rouge Park is a still-developing area with many spacious new homes.
Rouge Park homes for sale are situated in a neighbourhood full of trees and greenery. Because it is bounded by farmland, Rouge Park has a peaceful, somewhat rural feel. The community’s namesake, the sprawling Rouge Park, is located just east.
Rouge Park is ideal for families looking for a neighbourhood that will grow up with them. Homes in this area are quite spacious, and amenities such as schools, shopping, and recreation are just minutes away.
MLS listings for Rouge Park feature newer detached homes, as well as undeveloped lots.
Major roads that pass through Rouge Park include Altona Road, Scarborough Pickering Townline, and Whites Road. Highway 401 is located a short drive south of Rouge Park.
There are plenty of shopping centres within a short drive of Rouge Park. The Pickering Town Centre (1355 Kingston Road), a few minutes east of Rouge Park, boasts a large selection of family-favourite clothing retailers, restaurants, jewellery stores, and other businesses.
Schools near Rouge Park include Westcreek Public School (1779 Westcreek Drive), Altona Forest Public School (405 Woodsmere Crescent), and St. Mary Catholic Secondary School (1918 Whites Road).
Rouge Park is a popular destination among locals and tourists alike. This conservation area features hiking trails of many lengths and difficulty levels, a campground, a beach, and more. This is also a popular spot for fishing, canoeing, wildlife photography, and more.