Woodbridge is a neighbourhood on the west side Vaughan, it is known to be one of the oldest heritage neighbourhoods in the city. Woodbridge is very family friendly neighbourhood beside many large parks and hidden trails on every corner. Families find this neighbourhood charming from the historic heritage properties it contains such as detaches, townhomes and condominiums. The main shopping area in Woodbridge is the Market Lane Shopping Centre which contains small boutique shops, cafes, restaurants and salons. Seasonally, you will find enjoyment from the communities fairs and farmers markets along Woodbridge Avenue. Transportation is served by Viva/YRT and now the new VMC Subway Station just 10 mins away. You can however, make use of highways close by such as highway 400, 407, and 427 to quickly reach all parts of Vaughan as well as Downtown Toronto.
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Woodbridge is a neighbourhood to the north of Toronto in the city of Vaughan. It is a suburb that was once primarily and agricultural land. Land use was changed in the 70s and its urbanization started. Today, it is a mixed-use land with not only residential but also commercial as well as industrial areas inside it.
Woodbridge has a diverse population ethnically and it has a sizeable number of Italian Canadians living in it. It’s population is around 54,000 which is increasing with each passing year and reflected in the way new condos Woodbridge are coming up at different places in this neighbourhood.
If you are a lover of golf, Woodbridge can feel like a paradise to you. The neighbourhood has several top-notch golf courses with Country Club having a 45 hole course. In fact, the course at National Golf Club of Canada here is regarded as the best in whole of Canada. By buying a home for yourself in Woodbridge, you can give yourself this lovely gift.
Humber River divides Woodbridge into two sections that are referred to as East side and West side. It is the east side of Woodbridge that has a very high percentage of detached houses and town houses while there are relatively fewer detached houses in the west side of Woodbridge. Both sides have predominantly double storey houses having 4 bedrooms. While average home prices in west side are close in the mid 800s, median prices are very high in the East side, crossing more than $1M+. This is the reason why more and more buyers are getting attracted to new condos Woodbridge in both sections. Average household income is pretty high in both sides of Woodbridge.
Woodbridge has its own downtown area along Woodbridge Avenue very close to Highway 407. This area homes the main shopping centre called Market Lane Shopping Centre. There is an assortment of shops, cafes, restaurants, salons, and boutique stores in this shopping centre.
It is in the transportation aspect that Woodbridge falls short of expectations of the residents. Local transport service is provided by Viva/YRT that will take you to the new Vaughan Metropolitan Centre Subway Station. You can however, make use of Highways 7, 27, 400, 407, and 427 to quickly reach all parts of the neighbourhood as well as downtown Toronto.
It is a good time to buy a home in either of the two sides of Woodbridge to give your family a quiet and peaceful life in a vibrant neighbourhood.