Brownridge neighbourhood in Vaughan. Popular communities include Vaughan Grove, Beverley Glen, Glen Shields, Uplands, Concord.
Brownridge has 50 homes on the market. Of the 1920 total properties listed in Vaughan, Brownridge makes up just 2.6%. The average asking price of a property in Brownridge is $927,132, with an estimated mortgage of $3,141 per month. That is 1.4 times less of the average asking price of $1,323,116 in Vaughan. Properties listed in Brownridge are an average of 926 square feet, with 2.3 beds and 2.4 baths. Brownridge has 40% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Full of attractive, spacious homes and located within minutes of schools and shopping malls, Brownridge is an excellent neighbourhood for families with children.
MLS listings for Brownridge feature homes situated along streets shaded by plenty of trees and greenery. There are several parks located near Brownridge homes for sale, such as Joseph Aaron Park and Dufferin District Park.
Families looking for a safe, peaceful neighbourhood with easy access to all amenities might want to start their search in Brownridge. Major roads and highways are just a short drive away, which makes this a good neighbourhood for commuters to other parts of the Greater Toronto Area.
Brownridge real estate agents’ listings feature detached two-storey homes, semis, and link homes, as well as townhouses and condos.
Major roads that run through Brownridge include Dufferin Street, Centre Street, and Bathurst Street. Highways 407 and 7 are just a few minutes away from Brownridge, and Steeles Avenue is a short drive south.
The Promenade Shopping Centre can be found at the intersection of Bathurst Street and Centre Street. This large shopping mall boasts over 150 businesses, including big-box anchor stores, favourite clothing retailers such as H&M, and more.
Schools located near Brownridge real estate include Brownridge Public School (65 Brownridge Drive), Westminster Public School (366 Mullen Drive), and Vaughan Secondary School (1401 Clark Avenue West).
The Dufferin Clark Community Centre (1441 Clark Avenue West) is a popular spot among families who want to stay active. Visitors can participate in a number of sports activities, as well as swimming and skating, when weather permits.