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Greenpark Brampton

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A single family home and townhouses at Brampton

Greenpark Brampton, located on McLaughlin Road in Brampton, is a new townhouse and single-family home development by Greenpark Group and has 21 homes in total. Greenpark Homes is an experienced developer that was formed in 1967. They have expertise in developing townhouses, single-family homes, and high-rise condominium complexes.
Being surrounded by parks and conservation areas, Greenpark Brampton will give a quiet rural escape for your family while still providing the greatest of amenities.
Greenpark Group is delighted to provide exceptional town, semi, and single-family house designs that are sure to meet the demands of your family.

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McLaughlin Road

Somewhat Walkable

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Greenpark Brampton can be found on McLaughlin Road in Brampton. This neighbourhood has a lot to offer. There is a lot of green space, a lot of golf courses, a lot of water parks, and a lot more! It also includes stores, restaurants, and cafés, including everything you’ll need on a daily basis.

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Though Greenpark Brampton is a vehicle-dependent neighbourhood with a transit score of 67/100 and the majority of tasks requiring a car, residents are lucky to have quick access to commuting facilities. It is easy to get about because there are bus stops nearby, and the Brampton Go and

Bramalea GO train stations are only 13 minutes away from the Greenpark Brampton development.


Of course, no kid-friendly community would be complete without easy access to surrounding schools. Your children will not have to travel far for high-quality education in McLaughlin Road, Brampton—there are several options nearby, such as

Morton Way Public School, Pauline Vanier Catholic Elementary School, Bishop Francis Allen School, and many more.

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Parks are never more than a five-minute walk away if you live in Greenpark Brampton! Discover unique parks where your children may learn, play, and grow among other children in the area. Three of these parks will be connected by walking trails leading to a central woodlot!

Sheridan Woodlands Park, James Potter Park, and Bridekirk Park are all nearby parks for youngsters and their families to enjoy.

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Greenpark Brampton is a 21-unit townhouse and single-family home development on McLaughlin Road in Brampton, Ontario. At first glance, the architecturally stunning houses of the Greenpark Brampton neighborhood are remarkable. Every element of the houses is meticulously designed and masterfully constructed.

Greenpark Brampton provides a variety of outdoor facilities due to its proximity to various shopping, eating, and recreational opportunities. Not only that, but homes will include all of the inside facilities that you anticipate from your future home.

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Greenpark Group has been successfully developing real estate properties since 1967. They are a diverse group of professionals, having built townhomes, single-family homes and high-rise condominium buildings. The culmination of their experience and expertise has led them to become one of Canada’s largest home builders, with over 55,000 homes in the Greater Toronto Area.

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