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So now the question is, “why to live in Brampton?”
To answer this simple question, let’s give you a virtual tour of this amazing city, with lush green spaces, parks, a little touch of history with a blend of contemporary living, and a lot more. Then, let’s start our journey!
Before we dive into details, let’s take a quick look at the city:
When relocating to a new city or simply moving to a new neighbourhood, people often ask us:
We would be answering these queries now.
The cost of living in Brampton is far too less compared to Mississauga, Caledon, Georgetown, Vaughan, and Toronto.
Not only this, but the city also provides a variety of home types in different areas. So you would find bungalows, single-detached and semi-detached homes, condominiums, condo townhouses, and townhomes.
When it comes to affordability, Brampton beats Mississauga and some other cities. The costs of groceries, transportation, fuel, internet, sports activities, and child care are low and go easy on pockets.
You may get a good home pricing idea by searching through inventory. You may also narrow down your search using our filters. So for instance, if you were to find detached bungalows for sale in Brampton, we have the drop-down menu with the title tag ‘ Type’ to select the type of bungalow for you. Then you may also search for new bungalows for sale using our sorting option. All these options are added just to make your bungalow buying journey smooth and comfortable.
In addition to this, you may also want to read our blogs to get market insights when buying a new house.
Like any other big city, Brampton is rich in offering various amenities. From schools to shopping centres to dining options, the city has it all.
All across the city, you’ll find various public, private, and catholic schools. There are 116 elementary schools, 23 secondary schools, and Algoma University, Brampton Campus. York University and the University of Toronto Mississauga are also in easy access from the city.
For shopaholics, you have the Brampton City Centre, Heartlake Shopping Centre, Trinity Commons, and more. For groceries, you have the Country Apple Store, an authentic organic vegetable store. There are several banks operating in the city, such as the Royal Bank, CIBC, TD Canada Trust, Scotia Bank, and Bank of Montreal.
For food lovers, the city is no less than a heaven. The city is home to a wide range of restaurants and cafes. To name some of the top-rated restaurants, we have Karat Cafe & Restaurant, D Anthony Restaurant, Nancy Trattoria Restaurant, Mirch Masala Authentic Indian Restaurant, and Sushi House.
The city has a lot of parks, green spaces, and conservation areas. We have Gage Park, Eldorado Park, Heart Lake Conservation Park, Professor's Lake, Donald M. Gordon Chinguacousy Park, Claireville Conservation Area, and White Spruce Park. Find yourself a new bungalow near these parks and take a walk around these green spaces whenever you like it.
These beautiful parks and conservation areas have a lot to offer. There are playgrounds, volleyball and basketball courts, paddling options, splash pads, skating parks, ice rinks, picnic areas, and more.
The city is home to several booming industries and is located near Canada’s largest and busiest airport, we could expect good work opportunities in Brampton.
Some of the big names with headquarters or offices in the city include Loblaw Companies Ltd., Rogers Communications Inc., Chrysler Canada Brampton Assembly Plant, Maple Lodge Farms, Canadian Tire Corp, Coca-Cola Bottling Company Ltd., Gamma-Dynacare Medical Laboratories, and Olymel L.P
Brampton transit, which is connected with Mississauga Transit, York Region Transit, Go Transit, and Toronto Transit Commission, is the local transportation authority. It also manages Züm (pronounced Zoom), the bus rapid transit system for the suburban. Since most of the bungalows in Bramtpong are in suburban areas, this bus system would be best if you don’t drive your own vehicle.
Brampton is connected with Toronto via Highways 410 and 407, with Mississauga via Highways 410, and with Oakville via Highways 407 and 403. So commuting between neighbouring cities is quite accessible via these highways.
And if you know this city, you would already be familiar with the Toronto Pearson International Airport, Canada’s largest and busiest airport, which is almost 20 minutes away from the city. That makes the city one of the most important business hubs in Ontario.
These are just a few reasons for calling Brampton your new home, yet there is more to tell. Give us a call at 416-828-7773 firstname.lastname@example.org We would love to tell you more about the city and help you find your new bungalow.
Our clients often ask where they should buy their new house. Brampton is a big city, and it could be overwhelming to choose the best area. For this, we have curated this short guide, highlighting the top five areas to live in Brampton.
Snelgrove is located on the Brampton-Caledon border. It is a small community with lots of green spaces, parks, and conservation areas. Most of the homes found in this part of the city are larger detached homes, with semi-detached homes and townhouses. Snelgrove is best if you like a quiet neighbourhood, away from the hustle of the downtown area.
Castlemore is located 14 km northeast of downtown Brampton, having luxury homes going as big as 8,100 sq.m. Major highlights of the area are 11 public schools, 6 catholic schools, a good transportation system, 8 parks, 3 sports fields, and more. Cities/towns under 30 minutes drive from Castlemore include Caledon, Mississauga, Vaughan, Georgetown, and Milton. Toronto Downtown is nearly 45 minutes away from the area.
It is one of the first planned communities of Brampton, with industrial, commercial, residential accessibilities. You’ll find a mix of homes ranging from low-rise buildings to high-rise buildings and from townhouses to semi-detached bungalows. You’ll also find a lot of large houses here with inground pools. A few of the area’s highlights are its proximity to Highways 410 and 407, the Brampton Mall, the downtown core of Brampton, accessibility to a great bus transportation system, and more. The area is almost 5-minutes away from Gage Park, which has an ice rink in the winter, a splash pad in the summer, and a very nice place for a picnic. All these amenities make this neighbourhood one great place to live in.
Fletcher’s Meadow is situated in the northwest part of Brampton. A few of the highlights of this area include Cassie Campbell Community Centre, Earlsbridge Plaza, and Fletcher’s Meadow Secondary School. Cassie Campbell Community Centre houses all of the activities any family would utilize, such as an indoor pool, volleyball, basketball, racket sports, sauna, and more. Then there are a lot of public and catholic schools in the area. This area offers a blend of housing styles, including detached bungalows/homes, semi-detached bungalows/homes, and townhouses. Other notable amenities are nearby shopping centres, groceries, dining options, green spaces, health facilities, bus or train stations, Pearson International Airport, etc.
An affordable area for condos, condo townhouses, townhomes, bungalows, etc. near the Brampton City Centre, bus transit system, 15-20 away from Mississauga and Vaughan, easy access to 410, Chinguacousy Park, lots of parks and green spaces.
Isn’t Brampton a beautiful city with so much to offer at a very affordable cost? Sure it is. If you have more questions to ask or would like to talk to our agents, give us a call or shoot us a message. We are here for you!