Homes for Sale in Woodbridge, ON
Woodbridge is a fantastic community in Vaughan, Ontario with many popular amenities. Browse homes for sale in Woodbridge directly below, or read more about the community further down the page.
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Woodbridge Community Information
Woodbridge is a community located northwest of Toronto in the City of Vaughan, Ontario. While Woodbridge is part of Vaughan, it forms a separate electoral district named Vaughan-Woodbridge.
Woodbridge's neighbouring communities include:
The core of Woodbridge is situated between Highway 27 to the west, the Humber River to the east, and Highway 407 (Toll Route) to the south.
Downtown Toronto is just over 20 minutes by car, or 36km, from Woodbridge. Mississauga is just over 15 minutes or 26 km from Woodbridge.
Real Estate in Woodbridge ON
Homes in Woodbridge tend to be medium-sized, single-family dwellings. Most of these are finished in red or sandstone-coloured brick with white trim.
Street-facing double garages, large Palladian windows, prominent and stately quoins, exterior shutters, and lintel accents are just a few of the common architectural features on display in Woodbridge.
The area also offers a variety of new home subdivisions and townhomes.
Expect to find ample backyards and friendly tree-lined streets. Rivers, woods, and farmland are not too far away from any part of Woodbridge, and many subdivisions open onto these landscape features.
History of Woodbridge ON
Woodbridge was settled by the pioneer Rowland Burr in 1835. At that time, the community was called Burwick after its founder. To avoid confusion with another town of the same name, Burwick was changed to Woodbridge sometime around 1855.
The arrival of the railway in 1870 led to significant growth in the area, and Woodbridge was incorporated in 1882. Subsequent rail and highway extensions to the area spurred further growth over the decades.
Woodbridge underwent suburbanization through the 1970s and was amalgamated with the surrounding communities in 1971.
Today, the area is known for its strong Italian heritage.
Woodbridge Community and Attractions
Woodbridge is a vibrant and well-developed community with all the amenities and attractions that you'd expect. Here's a summary of some of the fantastic locations that you can find in Woodbridge:
Market Lane Shopping Centre - A shopping centre located in downtown Woodbridge, with an open and walkable design that lends itself to the small-town atmosphere.
The Woodbridge Pool & Memorial Arena - For skating, hockey, and swimming.
Vaughan Grove Sports Park - For any number of outdoor field sports.
Board Of Trade Golf & Country Club and The National Golf Club Of Canada - Two private golf courses.
Kortright Centre for Conservation and The Boyd Conservation Area - Two nature conservation areas with hundreds of miles of natural woodland and multi-use trails for hiking, jogging, cycling, or wildlife watching.
The downtown core of Woodbridge is located just west of Islington Avenue, on Woodbridge Avenue, mostly between the intersections with Wallace and Clarence Streets. This general area includes the Woodbridge Fair Grounds, walking paths along the Humber River, ample parking, and the Woodbridge Branch of Vaughan Public Library.
Woodbridge Communities & Subdivisions
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