Kleinburg Community

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  • area icon2000-2500 SqFt
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377 Kleinburg Summit Way

house intersectionKirby Rd. & Hwy 27
$1.4M For Sale

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  • area icon3500-5000 SqFt
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190 Torrey Pines Rd

house intersectionMajor Mack/Hwy 27
$2.44M For Sale

Vaughan real estate agent
  • Kleinburg (Vaughan) Realtor Alan Zheng!

Alan Zheng

647- 8779311


Located at the Northwest corner of Vaughan, Kleinburg is the home of a famous public gallery, McMichael Canadian Art Collection, which preserves over 6,500 artworks. The community is sparsely populated, with a large proportion of land covered by farms and forests.

Community Overview

The Community of Kleinburg runs from Highway 400 east to King Vaughan Road in the North, Albion Vaughan Road in the west, and Teston to Major Mackenzie Road in the south. It borders King City, Caledon, and Brampton.

1. Housing:

While most homes in this territory of Vaughan were built after 2000, Kleinburg real estate constantly expands with the latest residential and commercial developments. Several new neighborhoods can be found along Kipling Avenue and Nashville Road. Most housings in Kleinburg are detached homes, but semi-detached and townhomes can be found in these new neighborhoods. Houses with more than 4 bedrooms are typical. Homebuyers can also expect many spacious triple-garage detached homes throughout the community. Luxury houses backing onto conservation reserves or golf fields are highly valued.

From MLS listings, in the past 90 days, Kleinburg Vaughan sold 47 detached houses on average of $2,286,846; 6 Attached town home, Semi-detached and Link houses on average of $1,227,333; 1 condos on average of $800,000.

2. Demographic:

Italian and English speakers dominate Kleinburg. Other visible minorities include Indians, Persian, Chinese, and Vietnamese.

3. Transportation:

Driving by car is convenient as this part of Vaughan is uncrowded. Residents can quickly reach Toronto or Mississauga via highways 400, 27, and 427.

4. Recreation:

Nestled between branches of the Humber River, Kleinburg has ample supplies of greenspace and hiking trails. William Granger Greenway, also known as Humber Trail, is a 13km scenic trail linking McMichael Gallery, the Kortright Conservation Center, and Boyd Conservation Area. It is a prevalent destination for hiking, biking, and bird sighting. Located at the Northwest corner of Kleinburg, Nashville Conservation Reserve is a 900-hectare greenspace offering various habitats for diverse wildlife species. Visitors can enjoy bird watching, mountain biking, fishing, and snowshoeing in this area. Copper Creek Golf Club, sitting at the center of Kleinburg, offers a 40,000-square feet golf field with spectacular scenery.

5. Shopping:

Shops are centered at Islington Avenue and Nashville. Residents can find restaurants, pharmacies, banks, cafes, and many stores here.

6. Schools:

Kleinburg Public School receives students from kindergarten to grade 8. La Fontaine Elementary School is a public school under the Viamonde school board, a public-secular French first language school board. The school intakes students from JK to grade 6 and ranks top 5% by Fraser institution. High school students will attend Emily Carr Secondary School, which accepts international students and instructs ESL courses.

Many new real estates are under the development pipeline in Kleinburg. Houses with spacious living space appeal to families who are looking to upgrade. Bungalow-styled dwellings attract retirees looking for a slower-paced village life environment. If you plan to move to Kleinburg or you want to learn more about real estate investment opportunities in Vaughan, please contact Vaughan realtor agent Alan Zheng.