Real Estate Statistics
AS SEEN ON
Brampton Freehold Townhomes
When you take a cornucopia of history and mix it with a munificent bit of the modern age, shake, and serve over the proverbial ice that is the city of Brampton, you have its incredible sense of culture and history, but you also have the gears of industry working ever harder to walk the city forth into the millennial age. In amongst all of this is the city's real estate, stepping ahead with the times; new homes being built, old ones being given a facelift both in and out to create a consistent pattern of eloquence and comfort throughout. For the homebuyer who is interested in one of the Brampton freehold townhomes for sale, the selection and the end result do not disappoint, as freehold townhomes are not owned on their own; the land they sit on is part of the whole deal, making the buyer TRULY the owner of one of these excellent structures. When the curtain rises on the purchase of one of these freehold townhomes, the proud new owner (you) will not only be treated to a city of history and modernism combined, but they will also be very close to the amenities of the city, as well as the fact that the transportation avenues throughout the city are highly accessible.
With the amenities offered throughout Brampton, you can step outside the door of what is hopefully no longer a Brampton freehold townhome for sale, but a Brampton freehold townhome owned by you as a new home and find many little restaurants and bistros along the main streets of the city (not to mention Main Street itself). A short drive or bus ride around the city can also expose you to the plethoric shopping boutiques and stores, along with the 2 major shopping malls of the city (Shoppers' World Brampton and Bramalea City Centre). If you're fond of nature trails, bicycling, or simply relaxing in amongst lots of greenery and taking in the day in relaxation and comfort, the city of Brampton plays host to a wealth of parks and greenspaces for you to do any of that and more at. If you're into golfing and you'd like to make up for that birdie you got last week, the Brampton Golf Club and the Kaneff Golf Group are both very close to the city limits and would make for an excellent daytrip. Also, The Rose Theatre is a major attraction at the heart of the city of which its name is a callback to the city's heritage in flower growing and cutting.
Transportation in and out of the city of Brampton is a snap; with multiple highways (the 410, 401, and 407) intersecting south of the city (and one of them going right through the city), along with the well-known Hurontario Street going through the western part of Brampton, the question of what would be entailed in getting to Toronto or Mississauga or Etobicoke quite literally becomes trivial at this point. After investing in one of the Brampton freehold townhomes for sale here, if you're a traveling sort of person, the fact that the area just southeast of the city of Brampton contains the Lester B. Pearson International Airport, AND the fact that same spot acts as a "hub" for most of the 400-series of highways in southern Ontario makes it so that getting to just about anywhere in the areas beyond Brampton blatantly easy. Plus, thanks to the Brampton, Bramalea, and Mt. Pleasant GO stations located throughout Brampton, accessing the GO train for long-distance travel is also easy for anyone living in the city. Transit buses run to the GO stations as well, so if you happen to live in a freehold townhome JUST a bit too far from a GO station, a transit bus near you is almost assured to get you to it.
Are You a Licensed Real Estate Agent or Broker?