ALL ROADS LEAD TO THE CITY OF BRAMPTON, ONTARIO, CANADA ALSO KNOWN AS "FLOWER CITY"
The City of Brampton is also known as "Flower City" and flowers we have. Tens of thousands of flowers are planted throughout the city every Spring. In excess of 266 square miles and having about 4,000 acres of parkland and open spaces, Brampton has an estimated population of 500,000 people and growing! Growing so fast the City of Brampton is ranked as one of Canada's largest and fastest growing cities.
Brampton's housing ranges from condominiums that start at $100,000 to estate homes in the millions. The current average sale price is between $300-350,000. A great place to invest in your first home and raise your family. Brampton is bordered to the north by the Town of Caledon where you can find properties on large lots all the way up to and exceeding 100 acres.
This multi-cultural City grows because as their slogan says "All Roads Lead To Brampton"; and they mean major roads with the multi-lane Provincial Highways 401, 403, 407, 410 and 427 delivering people from and into the city daily.
No wonder The City of Brampton is home to big name companies such as Rogers Communications, Chrysler Canada, Maple Lodge Farms, Ford Canada, Canadian Tire Corporation, Coca-Cola, Waste Management of Canada and Winners to name a few.
Brampton is located just north west of the City of Toronto which gives us all the pro sport teams to cheer for. Only minutes to the Toronto Airport for all your business and pleasure trips.
After work, Brampton residents love to play and the selection of what to play at in this City is huge! Formula Kartways lets you experience the thrill of racing Nascar style with the safety of a controlled indoor ¼ mile track, Wild Water Kingdom, Canada's largest water park let's your adventure begin with a lazy river and a free fall into a heated pool, the Powerade Centre hosts their own OHL (Ontario Hockey League) team "Brampton Battalion" while they are being groomed for the NHL, Chinguacousy Park is one of several parks, here is the place to be in the summer with ponds, petting barn, boat rides, baseball games and tea room or in the winter Mount Chinguacousy provides snow for downhill skiing & tubing, Heart Lake Conservation and Claireville Conservation Areas provide the perfect spots for outdoor picnics & barbeques, swimming and non motorized boating, horseback riding and much more. Brampton even has it's own lakes, Professor's Lake and Loafer's Lake are the largest. If you want to hit the links, great golf is found at Lions Head Golf and Country Club, Brampton Golf Club, Streetsville Glen Golf Club & Peel Village Golf Course all within the City limits.
When looking for some nightlife entertainment, turn to the Rose Theatre in Brampton for live performances by well known artists. The entertainment continues with outdoor fun at Gage Park just across the road from the Brampton City Hall. You can choose one of the many local pubs which provide their own entertainment ranging from playing darts to some of the best unknown talent.
When you are hit with the ‘hungries' there is a multitude of dining pleasures from the fast food local diners to a huge selection of well known franchises to the outdoor cafes and abundance of intimate and formal dining restaurants.
You, your family & home will always be in style and your fridge and cupboards full with the plentiful shopping found here. We have two major malls, box stores and many outdoor strip malls to choose from. You never have to walk or drive far when the urge to shop hits!
The City of Brampton is such a convenient place to live with libraries, recreations centres, churches, schools, parks and transportation in every neighbourhood, you will be too spoiled to live anywhere else!