Kleinburg, ON Homes for Sale & Real Estate

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NEIGHBOURHOOD GUIDE
Kleinburg, Vaughan – Evolving Quaint Village

Kleinburg was once a small village before it was incorporated into the city of Vaughan. Many historical buildings are still standing and the neighbourhood continues to feel like a small town. Kleinburg has an element of affluence to it, with large homes and rural-style lots, high-end restaurants, and boutique shops. An abundance of wooded and park areas contributes to the rural feel, while also offering residents outdoor recreation opportunities.

Kleinburg is located in the northwestern section of the city and extends from Highway 27 in the west to Pine Valley Drive in the east, and from King Vaughan Road in the north to Major MacKenzie Drive W in the south. Residents have an appreciation of the neighbourhood’s history, which can be seen in the preservation of historical buildings and the celebration of the area’s settlement and development. As public transport is somewhat limited in the neighbourhood, many residents rely on their own vehicles to get around.

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Kleinburg, Vaughan

Kleinburg, Vaughan

Entertainment, Restaurants, Cafes

Klein House is a small museum located in a house built in the mid-1800s, and features historical photographs and artifacts from the area. Another historical building in the neighbourhood is the Kleinburg Railway Station, built in the early 1900s and used by the Canadian Pacific Railway. It now houses the Kleinburg Nobleton Soccer Club and is a popular spot for unique wedding photos. One of the neighbourhood’s biggest draws is the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, which includes thousands of works by local and national artists, including the Group of Seven, and First Nations, Metis, Inuit and contemporary artists. A sculpture garden can be found on the grounds of the gallery, with nine bronze sculptures donated by artist Ivan Eyre. Visitors can enjoy permanent and temporary exhibitions, group tours, an onsite restaurant, and special events, and can explore the walking paths around the grounds. The Kortright Centre for Conservation is located just southeast of the neighbourhood and provides a place for visitors to learn about environmental and renewable energy issues. The centre offers children’s programs, adult programs, festivals, school trips, and events, and is also available to book for private functions such as parties and weddings. Hiking, birdwatching, and shopping at the onsite gift shop are all popular activities at the centre.

There are a number of Italian restaurants in the neighbourhood, many of which are clustered in the same area. Villaggio Ristorante on Nashville Road is an elegantly decorated space that offers traditional Italian fare, with menus changing seasonally. The restaurant also offers catering for private events. Avenue Cibi e Vini, located on Islington Avenue, provides modern twists on Italian classics and pairs meals with an extensive selection of wines. The bright, sleek atmosphere can be booked for private events that can be held in the main dining room, or a private dining area. Also located on Islington Avenue, Belsito Trattoria is a newer addition to the restaurant scene in the neighbourhood and offers different menu items each month based on various regions of Italy. The restaurant has a modern, homey feel and serves up beautifully presented fare.

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Real Estate

Single-family detached homes make up the majority of housing options in Kleinburg, with some other dwelling types also available. The average price for single-detached homes in the area is $818,000, which is much higher than the average price for single-detached homes in Ontario overall ($518,000). The population of Kleinburg is 5,284, and this has increased slightly over the past 15 years. Families make up 56% of the population here, 27% are couples, and 17% are single. The average annual income is $112,000, which is higher than the average annual income in the province as a whole, and 53% of residents are university or college educated.

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Pollution / Noise

Kleinburg can sometimes experience poorer air quality due to local heavy traffic on highways, as well as nearby industries. Areas near highways can also experience noise issues.


Crime Rate

With a low crime rate, Kleinburg is considered a safe neighbourhood. The most common types of crime in the area are theft from a motor vehicle, mischief/vandalism, breaking and entering, and assault.

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Education

Schools

Schools in the neighbourhood include Kleinburg Public Elementary School (public elementary), Kleinburg Christian Academy (private elementary), Ecole La Fontaine (French public elementary), Montessori School of Kleinburg (private), The Hill Academy (private secondary), and Pope Francis Catholic School (public Catholic). The main secondary school option, Emily Carr Secondary School, is located south of the neighbourhood.

There are no post-secondary options in the neighbourhood, but residents can travel to nearby communities to access options like Skilled Trades College of Canada, Canadian Beauty College, RCC Institute of Technology, Seneca College, the University of Toronto, and York University.


Public Transportation

York Region Transit has a few routes operating in the neighbourhood, including routes 7, 13, and 85. These routes connect to other city routes, as well as ones that take passengers to other areas of the York Region, including Markham and Richmond Hill.

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Family Life

Treelawn Parkette, located on Treelawn Boulevard, offers a playground, walking paths, benches, greenspace, a small pond, and treed areas. Tinsmith Park, located near Ecole La Fontaine, has greenspace, a playground, a basketball court, and treed areas, while just behind the school there are soccer fields and a baseball diamond. The area known as William T. Foster Woods has several hiking paths that lead to the William Granger Greenway and Coyote Ridge. Sights include forest, meadows, and a variety of plants and animals. Bindertwine Park is home to part of the Humber River Trails, which run near the Humber River. The park itself also has tennis courts, a playground, a baseball diamond, soccer fields, treed areas, and greenspace.

Kleinburg doesn’t offer a general community centre for residents, but has a few indoor recreational options. The Art & Soul Dance Company has recreational and competitive dance programs for people of all ages. Classes include hip hop, jazz, tap, musical theatre, and Zumba. The Kleinburg Nobleton Soccer Club has recreational and competitive programs for adults and children. Indoor and outdoor soccer programs are available, and the club also offers refereeing, coaching, and other staffing opportunities. The Kleinburg Tennis Club provides lessons for adults and children at all levels, as well as tournaments and other events for its members. The neighbourhood also has a public library with computer, printer, scanner, and photocopier access; Wi-Fi access; a children’s early literacy area; a meeting room; and a variety of community programs and events.

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