Kleinburg neighbourhood in Vaughan. Popular communities include Sonoma Heights, Elder Mills, Islington Woods, West Woodbridge Industrial Area, East Woodbridge.
Kleinburg has 123 homes on the market. Of the 1984 total properties listed in Vaughan, Kleinburg makes up just 6.2%. The average asking price of a property in Kleinburg is $2,341,487, with an estimated mortgage of $7,932 per month. That is 1.8 times of the average asking price of $1,312,818 in Vaughan. Properties listed in Kleinburg are an average of 2498 square feet, with 3.8 beds and 4.4 baths. Kleinburg has 2.4% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Tucked into scenic countryside, Kleinburg is an affluent area full of spacious multi-million dollar homes.
Kleinburg real estate agents’ MLS listings feature luxury homes surrounded by greenery and beautifully-landscaped yards. There are plenty of recreational green spaces, such as Bindertwine Park, as well as golf courses.
For families seeking a home with plenty of elbowroom and amenities or for couples looking to retire in peace and comfort, Kleinburg real estate might be ideal. Because Kleinburg homes for sale are located near major roads, shopping and other necessities are just a short drive away.
Kleinburg real estate listings feature primarily detached homes, including luxury and estate properties, many of which may boast six or more bedrooms.
Historic Kleinburg village is located between Highway 27 and Stegman’s Mill Road. The village was founded in the 1800s by German-Canadian John Nicholas Kline. Wheat and flour mills along the Humber River formed the backbone of early Kleinburg industry.
Major roads near Kleinburg homes for sale include Highway 27, Islington Avenue, Weston Road, and Highway 400. GO Transit is also easily accessible for commuters to other cities in the Greater Toronto Area.
The charming historic downtown area features an array of local shops and restaurants, and is a popular spot among locals and visitors alike.
Schools available to Kleinburg families include Kleinburg Public School (10391 Islington Avenue) and École La Fontaine (10110 Islington Avenue), a French immersion school.
The McMichael Canadian Art Collection (10365 Islington Avenue) is a major art gallery that offers visitors a glimpse into Canada’s rich history and culture. There are pieces in the collection from only Canadian artists, including First Nations artists as well as Tom Thomson.