Real estate is taking off in the popular North End of Brantford which is home to Myrtleville-Mayfair. Offering nearby highway access and plenty of shops, this is a highly sought-after family spot to lay down roots!
Located at the northwest corner of Brantford, Myrtleville-Mayfair is a bustling family-friendly spot. A commuter’s dream, this area is close to the Highway 403, or zip up Highway 24 towards Cambridge/Kitchener. But don’t be fooled – just because this area is close to major highways and roads, Myrtleville-Mayfair is a quiet, family friendly community of roughly 5500 people and offers nice sized lots on meandering suburban streets.
Plenty of shops and restaurants (Walmart, Cineplex theatres and plenty of local hotspots!) are close-by if you need to pick anything up. You can even play a round of 18-holes at the Northridge Golf Club and enjoy everything its clubhouse has to offer. The streets are friendly and welcoming, perfect for taking a stroll and saying hello to your neighbours!
A nice variety of raised bungalows, detached two-storey homes and single-storey homes are surrounded by mature trees, manicured lawns and neighbourhood playgrounds. With a wide variety of floor-plans on winding streets and quiet cul-de-sacs, the Myrtleville-Mayfair area is one of the most popular spots to raise a family.
The average home size in this part of the city is around 3000 sq ft in size, but buyers are often pleasantly surprised at how affordable these houses actually are! No matter your budget, your real estate agent should be able to find something to fit your needs. There are a number of architectural designs Myrtleville-Mayfair, making it easy to find something to suit any buyer’s taste. As such, this is a highly sought-after part of Brantford and houses don’t stay on the market for very long. Don’t wait to book your showing on a home in this part of the city!
Brantford Public Schools are part of the Grand Erie District School Board, while the Catholic Schools are part of the Brant Haldimand Norfolk Catholic District School Board.
PUBLIC ELEMENTARY: Russell Reid Public School
CATHOLIC ELEMENTARY: Our Lady of Providence
PUBLIC SECONDARY: North Park Collegiate & Vocational School
CATHOLIC SECONDARY: St. John’s College
FRENCH IMMERSION: Ecole Confederation
– Myrtleville House Museum: Visit this charming Georgian-style 1800s farmstead on scenic grounds with tours.
– Northridge Municipal Golf Course: A mature 18-hole championship layout featuring large greens, contoured fairways, white bunker sand, full pro shop, and clubhouse services.
– Walter’s Greenhouses: This Brantford staple is just off of Highway 24 north and is well known in the community for their flowers, plants & gardening supplies.
– WalMart, Cineplex, Car Dealerships and more shopping: King George Road in the north end of the city offers a ton of shopping, restaurants and more just outside your front door!