The City of Brampton: Brampton Neighbourhoods
Brampton is a great place for you to live and for your children to grow up. But there will be one neighbourhood that grabs your heart, which is why The Wilding Team has put our THREE decades of experience in Brampton to work in creating this unique list of the city of Brampton neighbourhoods.
Find where you belong in the City of Brampton…
Vales of Castlemore
- High-end, multicultural suburban living
- Executive-style homes ideally-suited for large families
- Close to many cultural venues and temples.
- Home to the Castlemore Golf and County Club, with an 18-hole course and licensed facilities.
- Contains the Claireville Conservation area.
- It also has a hockey arena, a swimming pool, a library and plenty of green space.
- Close to the recently-expanded Shopper’s World indoor shopping mall with a new public transit hub
- A municipal 9-hole golf course with licensed facilities
- Home to Peel Village park
- Etobicoke Creek with walking trails.
- Established older homes, many of which have been renovated
- Mere minutes to the Powerade Sports Centre
- Close the the 410 highway, Bramptonian’s gateway to everywhere else.
- Primarily semi- and fully-detached houses
- Home to the renowned Cassie Campbell rec centre, a 165,000-square foot facility that hosts TWO ice rinks (with a combined viewing area of 850 seats), tennis courts, basketball courts, splash pads, skate park, THREE outdoor soccer fields (two of which could be easily converted to cricket pitches), a community police station, several meeting rooms, indoor running track, fitness centre, a SIX-lane swimming pool, aerobic studio and MORE.
Old Brampton (Downtown)
- Home to the original “four corners” areas, as it used to have four banks—one on each corner.
- The downtown core has been entirely renovated to include the well-known Rose Theatre and City Hall. It also has Gage Park, with outdoor winding skating rinks and year-round events. It is also home to an arts museum.
- The historic centre of Brampton
- In the summer Old Brampton is home to the Farmer’s Market
- An amazing area to walk around in with its placarded historic homes.
- A mixture of Brampton luxury homes, heritage homes and Brampton condos.
- Proudly boasts of the Bramalea City Centre, the largest mall in Brampton—which has been recently renovated and modernized. Has over a MILLION square feet of shopping
- There is also a GO station and a public transportation hubs
- Has the Region of Peel building, the Pearson library, Lester B. Pearson theatre.
- Everything from condo apartments up to large family homes and contains the highest amount of apartment condos and rental apartments in Brampton and one of the largest townhouse areas
- A mature area with plenty of trees, walking trails, bike paths and all schools are within walking distance.
- Two rec centres, Balmoral and Earnscliffe, which just underwent a huge renovation!
- Several French immersion schools
- Plenty of baseball and softball leagues and fields.
- Easy access to Toronto as Bramalea is close to Airport Road, the 410, the 427 and 407.
Bramalea North and Professor’s Lake
- Including:Professor’s Lake and Bramalea Woods and popular “M” section
- Professor’s Lake with its beach, waterslide, fishing (it is a stocked lake), canoes, rec centre, lakeside walking trail.
- Chinguacousy park with its ski hill, animal farm, annual events, skate park, beach volleyball courts, greenhouse, curling, a water park for young children, and oh so much more.
- Both Bramalea North and South are both within a few minutes drive to big-box stores, including Walmart, Home Depot, Canadian Tire.
- St Thomas Aquinas arts school
- The famous ‘Chrysler Plant’
- Everything from condo apartments up to large family homes
- Home to Brampton’s all-French school, Ste Jeanne-D’Arc.
- A multicultural neighbourhood popular with newcomers
- A plethora of mosques and the stunning Toronto, Ontario Temple of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormon).
- Originally created as a unique marketing concept in Brampton where several builders camped out in one display building to create a mixed community of developments, including freehold townhouses, smaller detached homes up to large, detached family homes.
- Home to the new William Osler Brampton Civic Hospital and the stunning Wellspring Chinguacousy cancer-support centre
- Home to the Brampton Soccer Centre.
- Roughly, Bovaird to Williams Parkway/Vodden and Highway 10 (aka Main…aka Hurontario) to Chinguacousy.
- Walmart plaza, with Fortinos, HSBC, Scotia Bank, Chapters, dollar store, second cup, Kelsey’s, Pizza Pizza.
- Across from Walmart plaza there is another plaza with The Keg, a passport office, RONA, restaurants, and more.
- Contains a RE/MAX office (main street office), No Frills, Giant Tiger, Goodlife, MARCA beauty college, beer store, restaurants
- 24-hour animal hospital (highway 10 and Williams Parkway)
- An affordable neighbourhood with everything from condo and freehold townhouses up to large family homes
- Flowertown is also within Brampton West, which is one of the oldest subdivisions in Brampton (second to downtown/old Brampton)–originally noted for its greenhouses. Brampton has had an international reputation as The flower town of Canada, originally filled with glass greenhouses that included over 48 nurseries.
- It has a huge amount of bicycle trails and many facilities for both soccer and baseball.
- A historic community
- Snelgrove community centre
- Bovaird/Mayfield area
- A know-your-neighbour kind of neighbourhood
- Small-town minded with small plazas and family businesses. No big-box stores for Snelgrove!
- A Sobey’s grocery store
- Minutes to the 410 highway
- Valleywood lies on the Brampton/Caledon border
- secluded community, no through traffic as there is only one way in and out, making it a unique community in Brampton—with their own association and fire department.
- Townhomes up to executive homes
- Luxury living
- Close to prestigious, private Christian school, Brampton Christian School.
- A young-family oriented due to extensive walking and bike trails in the conservation area
- Nature at your doorstep as almost every street has access to one of the parks or the heart lake conservation area with acres of parkland that includes boating, fishing, playground,
- Easy access using the 410 highway
- In the centre of Heart Lake there is a local plaza (with a RE/MAX office!), Sandalwood Plaza, which has an LCBO, Beer Store, Dollarama, Metro, Shopper’s Drugmart, Tim Horton’s, McDonald’s, Pizza Pizza, convenience store, flower shop, Peek a Boo childcare centre and more
- Loafer’s Lake rec centre with community police station
- Known for annual Peel Children’s Water Festival
- Minutes to Downey’s Farm
- Places of Worship: United church (sandalwood parkway), Catholic church on conestoga
- There’s no condo apartments (currently), but there are townhomes, semi-detached, and small detached all the way up to executive and estate homes. Loafer’s Lake has a new development planned but the locals are fighting the development.
- Minutes to Caledon
- Also home to the Turnberry semi-private golf and country club with full facilities and a fantastic restaurant.
Mount Pleasant Village
- Outdoor plaza at Bovaird and Chingacousy/Creditview, which includes a Fortinos, Pizza Pizza, McDonald’s, TD Bank, Royal Bank, convenience store, Baskin Robbins, flower shop,
- Mount Pleasant GO Station
- Close to new Walmart, about 5 minutes drive, at Mississauga Road and Williams Parkway
- Mount Pleasant Village Community Centre and library
- Close to Halton Hills and Georgetown
- a young-persons community, including families and young families and couples.