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Be The First To Live In This Beautiful 4 Br, 2302 Sq Ft Rosehaven Homes Newcastle Floor Plan, In The...

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$969,990

Be The First To Live In This Beautiful 4 Bedroom, 1967 Sq Ft Rosehaven Homes Glenbrook Floor Plan, In The...

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$722,800

Location Location Location!! Heart Lake Area On One Of Bramptons Prettiest Streets Sits This Lovely Family Home. Large Picture Windows...

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$2,095,000

Magnificent 5000 Sf Large, Spacious Rooms. Has A Great Living Room Open To The Second Floor. Featuring Spectacular Curved Stairs...

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$875,000

View Of The Credit River This Modernized Heritage Property Has Country Feel In The City With Bay Windows In Kit,...

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Short Term Lease Or Long Term ,***Fully Furnished Home*** In 2 Acres. Beautiful Custom Built Approx 3200 Sq Ft 4...

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$424,900

Attention All Investors And Renovators! Aaa Location Close To Brampton's 4 Corners, Walking Distance To Restaurants, Cafe's, Library, Gage Park,...

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$1,349,900

Gorgeous Premium Corner Lot A Real Show Stopper In The Prestigious Neighbourhood Of ""Vales Of The Humber Estates"" A Family...

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$1,279,990

Brand New Under Construction, Almost 3,600 Sq Ft, 5 Bedroom, 4.5 Washroom Detached Home In Brampton West. Thousands Of Dollars...

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$1,049,900

Deatch 5 Gd Size Bdrms Home In A Great Neighbourhood, Seller Spent $70000 On Upgrading, Main Flr 9 Ft Ceiling,...

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$1,679,900

Medallion Quality Built On Premium Lot & Front Elevation With Stucco & Stones,5046 S/F Living Space, In The Estates Of...

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$649,900

Gorgeous Must See Semi Detached 3 Bed W/4 Wrms In One Of The Best Neighborhood In Brampton. Open Concept Living...

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About Brampton

Brampton, as we know it today, was once called Chinguacousy Township until 1834 when a local man named John Elliott decided to set up the area into sellable lots and referred to the area as Brampton. The new name was quickly adopted by new residents and has been called Brampton ever since. In 1853, local residents decided to hold its first town fair that offered farmers’ market produce, homemade as well as handmade items, and livestock for sale that aided in drawing in a new population to the area and this fair continues to this day and is known as The Brampton Fall Fair.

It wasn’t until 1873 that Brampton became an official town and only in 1974 did Brampton become a named city in the Peel Region when the smaller towns surrounding it (Toronto Gore, Townships of Chinguacousy, Huttonville, Bramalea, Springbrook, Coleraine, Victoria, Ebenezer, Claireville and Churchville) came together to be encompassed by the City of Brampton. It was in 1963 that Brampton established itself as the Flower Town of Canada by holding The Flower Festival of Brampton by the efforts of Edward Dale back in 1863 when he developed and grew flowers in his own nursery. The nursery began exporting advanced flower grading systems and countless types of species of flowers that grew in over 140 greenhouses. In 1980, there was a huge increase in residential new constructions and in 1995 Springdale, a massive suburban community was developed and in 1999 the developments had reached as far north as possible on the border with Caledon. Downtown Brampton offers condos as well as detached homes for sale in prime locations. Other parts of Brampton also offer real restate for sale that include semi0detached homes, townhouse complex’s and large detached family homes.

There are still many vacant lots for sale that pose as an excellent opportunity for investors and developers for custom built homes. Brampton is also easily accessible by road and highways such as Airport Road, Winston Churchill from the west, Highway 407, Highway 410 to name a few. Brampton also has it’s own public transit called Brampton Transit and also other public transit services such as Zum Rapid Transit, and GO transit that offer the inner-city form of transportation through train and bus services. Also, York Region, Toronto Transit, and MiWay Transit offer connecting links to Brampton Transit and Go Transit to allow easier access to the Greater Toronto Area. Brampton is also home to a large selection of schools with 85 elementary and secondary public schools and 44 elementary and secondary Catholic schools. Sheridan College also has a campus in Brampton as well as Algoma University. York University and the University of Toronto are not too far away and thanks to the public transit services, accessing theses Universities make it a lot easier for students.

Brampton also has it’s own hospitals called the Brampton Civic Hospital and the Peel Memorial Hospital that are located in the city for convenience. Brampton has a wealth of diversity and culture that have allowed for the arts communities and sports clubs to flourish. There are many parks and greenspace to take advantage off that offer bike paths, camps, wading pools, swimming pools, skating rinks, community centers, fitness facilities, and playgrounds to mention a few. Shopping is also made easy in Brampton with access to newly renovated Bramalea City Centre, Trinity Common Mall, Centennial Mall, Shoppers World, and Brampton Mall. You can also find the fresh farmers markets around the city located downtown at the Garden Square on Queen and Main street every Saturday and Mount Pleasant Village in the Village Square every Thursday.