Areas of Brampton
Vales of Castlemore
- Upper end lifestyle in a multicultural suburbia setting
- Executive-grades homes that are perfect for large extended families or those who simply enjoy space.
- Inhabited by a number of cultural areas and places of worship
- The Castlemore Golf & Country Club resides in the Vales of Castlemore Brampton—with its 18-hole golf course and licensed venue.
- Home to the illustrious Claireville Conservation Area.
- Contains a large sportsplex, including a large hockey rink, swimming pool, library and more.
- Ample green space.
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- Super close to the continually-growing Shopper’s World mall, complete with its brand new transportation hub.
- Home to a municipal-level golf course of 9 holes.
- Contained within it is Peel Village Park and the walking trails that meander around Etobicoke Creek.
- This area is predominantly older, executive-level homes, many of which have been recently renovated and/or upgraded.
- For the active inclined the Powerade Sports Centre is just down highway 10.
- For commuters it is close to the 407 and other highways.
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- The Fletcher’s Meadow Brampton area is primarily semi-detached and fully-detached homes for sale.
- This area is popular with young and growing families thanks to B-Town’s best activity centre, the newly-minted Cassie Campbell rec centre. This 160,000+ square-foot facilities has multiple ice rinks, tennis courts, basketball courts, splash pad, pool, skate park, soccer fields, meeting rooms, gym, indoor track, aerobic centre and more!
Old Brampton (Downtown)
- Downtown Brampton homes for sale are predominantly homes of distinction snatched up by those looking for classical-inspired homes.
- Many of the homes in this area have been classified as historic homes, visible by the placard proudly mounted outside.
- This area is also becoming populated with new high-rise condo buildings, like Park Place—making it popular with young couples and retirees looking for a convenient home-owning lifestyle.
- Downtown B-Town has experienced a true renaissance in the last few years, and has become the activity centre of the city with its Farmer’s Market, Gage Park, PAMA, the new city of Brampton buildings, the Rose Theatre and more!
- Bramalea South used to be the ‘new’ section of Brampton until the city expanded north.
- Homes for sale in Bramalea South truly run the gauntlet, from more than ample condo high-rises and townhouses, to a large-number of medium-level homes (on the large lots that older areas of B-Town are known for).
- It is home to Brampton’s best indoor mall the Bramalea City Centre—which since its modernization has truly helped elevate the shopping experience in Bram-town. It now boasts over a million square feet of stores and restaurants.
- Right next to the City Centre is the newly-built bus terminal , which features GO buses, ZUM and Bramalea Transit.
- There is also a municipal building in the same complex, with the Lester B. Pearson theatre, the library and other municipal services.
- For entertainment the area has two major recreation centres: Balmoral and Earnscliffe. For those who enjoy the outdoors Chinguacousy park is nearby, and like most areas of Bram-town there are ample walking trails.
- Families who embrace French can happily find French immersion schools in the area.
Bramalea North and Professor’s Lake
- Bramalea North homes are primarily mid-level houses on large lots, as are homes on Professor’s Lake (although homes backing onto Professor’s Lake directly are of course harder to come by—and have a significantly larger price tag).
- This area includes not only homes for sale in Professor’s Lake but also the illustrious Bramalea Woods and the popular family area, the “M” section.
- Professor’s Lake is a large entertainment source for people in this region, although primarily during the summer. It’s small beach, waterslide, fishing, canoeing, walking trails and more provide ample outdoor entertainment and picnic space.
- If Professor’s Lake wasn’t enough entertainment this area also borders Chinguacousy Park, with its animal farm, skate park, beach volleyball area, curling pavilion, gorgeous greenhouse, splash pad, ski/snowboard/tubing hill and more.
- Springdale is an extremely popular neighbourhood with East Asian communities and Brampton’s newly-arrived citizens.
- It has large, relatively new large homes on small lots.
- A large number of places of worship are in this area, including a number of mosques within walking distance and the visually-impressive church of the Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
- It is also home to the new Bram. hospital—the William Osler Brampton Civic Hospital and the Wellspring cancer centre.
- Brampton West is one of the oldest sections of Brampton (after the downtown area), which means it is primarily older homes (although not historic), and a few newer condos.
- Suburban life is easy in this area with the large Walmart Plaza and other shopping areas.
- This area of Brampton is one of the more affordable to live in, along with parts of Bramalea.
- Snelgrove is one of the more historic communities in our city.
- It’s a real ‘know your neighbour’ kind of place, and has a community centre to ensure long-lasting neighbourly attitudes.
- There aren’t (or weren’t) any big box stores in Snelgrove, which is a nice change from areas further south (Snelgrove is up in the Bovaird/Mayfield area), which helped foster a small-town vibe. It does however has a small Sobey’s, for convenience.
- Thanks to the extension of the 410, this area is now a commutable community.
- Valleywood is one of the city’s higher-end neighbourhoods, residing on the Brampton and Caledon border.
- This is a private community that is in a sense cut-off from the busyness of our great city, giving it a distinct feel within this vast city. They even have their own association and fire department.
- This area has upper-end townhouse condos all the way up to high-priced luxury Brampton homes.
- Many of the residents in this community go to the nearby, super-prestigious Brampton Christian School.
- This area of Brampton is primarily mid-to-upper-level homes. There are no condos, however there are a few luxury homes and mansions on Conservation drive.
- Heart Lake is a popular area of Brampton thanks to its extensive walking, hiking and biking trails of the namesake conservation area.
- With nature around every turn many residents embrace an outdoor active lifestyle. There is also the Loafer’s Lake recreation centre.
- This area has direct access to the 410, making it easy to commute from and to.
- Nearby the Turnberry somewhat private golf club provides even more outdoor entertainment opportunities—and a phenomenal dining experience at their high-end restaurant.
Mount Pleasant Village
- Mount Pleasant homes in Brampton are spread between condo townhouses and medium-to-large-sized homes.
- With its own unique community Mount Pleasant’s centre square provides for entertainment and relaxation place—as well as the views that give it the small-town appearance.
- The Mount Pleasant GO station makes this a popular destination for those commuting.
- The recent addition of an area WalMart on Mississauga Road has increased the overall convenience of living in the area.
- This is primarily a young community, featuring ample young couples and young families
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