The populated centre of Bradford is recognized as the primary urban area in the town of Bradford West Gwillimbury. It’s closely connected to nearby farmland, but still offers plenty of opportunities for newcomers. Bradford has a rich history, and since its incorporation in 1960, the area has seen a major immigration boom that has driven the population to over 24,000. Now, affordable Bradford real estate attracts new Canadian from all over the world. 

Find New Homes For Sale in Bradford, Ontario

There are plenty of brand-new Bradford homes for sale, and your options vary between detached single homes, townhomes, or even condos. This area is perfect for families who prefer their own space, but still want to be close to shopping, entertainment, and other amenities. 

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Despite its relatively small population, the Bradford area offers convenient access to neighbouring cities like Newmarket, Barrie, Markham, or even downtown Toronto. Highways 400 and 404 are close by, and two buses and the GO Train service allows people to traverse the city without a car.

Local English and Catholic school boards operate 10 elementary schools and two secondary schools. The local community is tight-knit, and there are many occasions for both children and adults to find a social group. Weekly library drop-in sessions, knitting circles, free public skating, and the summer Farmer’s Market are all great opportunities to meet your neighbours.

Central Bradford housing is the most convenient to shops and restaurants, but there are plenty of houses for sale in Bradford that are located a bit further out of town. These houses are closer to green spaces like the Scanlon Creek Conservation Area, as well as the two local golf clubs- Bradford Highlands Golf Club, and Silver Lakes Golf & Country Club.