Madoc Real Estate

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Madoc, Brampton – A Central Neighbourhood

Madoc is bordered by major transportation routes, making access to public transportation and amenities very easy for residents. While the neighbourhood is mostly residential, the southern portion offers a mall and other retail options, restaurants, and many automotive-related businesses. Families in Madoc can keep busy by visiting one of the many parks in the neighbourhood, or by taking advantage of the programs and classes offered by the recreation centre and nearby library.

Located in the central section of Brampton, Madoc extends from Kennedy Road N in the west to Highway 410 in the east, and from Bovaird Drive E in the north to Queen Street E in the south. The neighbourhood is made up of mostly manufacturing and trades workers, and has a diverse population with many backgrounds/languages, including Punjabi, Hindi, Gujarati, Urdu, and Creole. The majority of the population of Madoc is working age (between 30 and 65 years old), and the neighbourhood offers many family-friendly amenities.


Madoc, Brampton

Madoc, Brampton

Entertainment, Restaurants, Cafes

The Historic Bovaird House was built in the mid-1800s and features furniture and home décor that represents what would have been in the house at the time. The Georgian-style farmhouse sits on two acres of land, along with a carriage house and log house. Costumed guides provide information about what life would have been like at that time, and events are held throughout the year, such as teas and gift sales. Visitors can find unique souvenirs and gifts in the carriage house, which offers items such as crafts, jewelry, pictures, and antique pieces. A popular shopping destination in the neighbourhood, Centennial Mall features close to 40 stores and services, including a pharmacy, banks, electronics, clothing, accessories, dry cleaning, salons, a gym, restaurants, and a medical centre.

Restaurants are mostly found in the southern section of the neighbourhood, along Queen Street E. Exalta Restaurant on Queen Street E is a new addition to the neighbourhood, focusing on breakfast and lunch offerings. The comfortable, relaxed atmosphere and variety of dishes provides a great place to meet with friends and family any day of the week. The Frigate on Queen Street E is a British-style pub that offers a fun, quirky atmosphere and entertainment in the form of pool tables and dartboards. Pub grub dishes pair well with any of the restaurant’s beverage options. Canelli’s Italian Eatery, also on Queen Street E, provides freshly made traditional Italian fare in an open and inviting space. Customers can choose to dine in, take out, or get their food delivered.

Entertainment and Tourism

Real Estate

Madoc has a fairly even mix of housing types, including detached and semi-detached single-family homes, row houses, and apartments. The average price for single-detached homes in the area is $520,458, which is slightly lower than the average price for single-detached homes in Brampton overall ($588,900). The population of Madoc is 40,385, and this has been rising slightly for the past 15 years. Families make up 26% of the population here, 32% are couples, and 42% are single. The average annual income is $63,330, which is similar to the average annual income in the city as a whole, and 72% of residents are university or college educated.


Pollution / Noise

Much like other neighbourhoods in similar-sized cities, Madoc can experience some air pollution from heavy traffic and industry sources. Noise is usually only an issue near the major roadways.

Crime Rate

The crime rate in Madoc has increased slightly over the past few years, with theft under $5,000, breaking and entering, assault, drug possession, and traffic offences being the most common types of crime in the neighbourhood.



Arnott Charlton Public School, St. Joachim Elementary School, Gordon Graydon Senior Public School, Madoc Drive Public School, Harold F. Loughin Public School, and Central Peel Secondary School can all be found in Madoc. Private school options are also available. Residents can find additional school options just outside of the neighbourhood. Post-secondary institutions in the neighbourhood include triOS College, which offers programs in business, technology, healthcare, law, and supply chain management; and Evergreen College, which has courses in business, accounting, community service, childcare, hospitality, law, and healthcare. Other post-secondary options can be found in nearby neighbourhoods.

Public Transportation

Brampton Transit routes running through and near the neighbourhood include routes 1, 1A, 5, 5A, 7, 7A, 8, 9, 21, and 29. The Züm bus rapid transit service also serves the neighbourhood with routes 501, 501A, and 505. There are a few major terminals located near the neighbourhood that provide access to GO Transit routes, as well as MiWay, Toronto Transit Commission, and York Region Transit routes and VIA Rail services. These additional routes provide access to nearby communities such as Mississauga, Toronto, and other York Region communities.


Family Life

Parks in the Madoc neighbourhood include Mosswood Park, which features a playground, a soccer field with spectator seating, walking paths, benches, treed areas, and greenspace; Winterfold Park, with a playground, benches, walking paths, greenspace, and treed areas; Ashurst Park, which has a baseball diamond, soccer fields with spectator seating, and walking paths; Lakelands Village Park, situated around Esker Lake, and featuring walking paths, a playground, benches, greenspace, and treed areas; Weybridge Park, featuring a playground, soccer fields, walking paths, benches, and greenspace; Ivybridge Park, with a playground, walking paths, greenspace, and benches; Royal Salisbury Parkette, which has a playground, walking paths, benches, treed areas, and greenspace; Major Oaks Park, with a small lake, walking paths, and a soccer field with spectator seating; Bruce Beer Park, featuring a playground, walking paths, greenspace, benches, and treed areas; Seaborn Park, with a playground, soccer fields, baseball diamonds, and walking paths; and Madoc Park, with a baseball diamond, walking paths, two playgrounds, soccer fields, and greenspace.

Century Gardens Recreation Centre is a large facility with two ice rinks, a pool, a fitness centre, an auditorium, two meeting rooms, a steam room, and a snack bar, as well as outdoor amenities such as a spray pad, a soccer field, a playground, and baseball diamonds. Drop-in and registered programs include swimming, fitness, skating, badminton, soccer, basketball, hockey, pickleball, volleyball, dance, arts and crafts, general interest, and youth programs. There is no library in Madoc, so residents must access the nearby Four Corners Branch (west of the neighbourhood). The library offers a bookable meeting room, computer access, and Wi-Fi access, as well as a variety of programs for people of all ages. Program examples include writing groups, homework clubs, storytime, sewing groups, educational presentations, and drop-in activities.


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