52 McMurchy

Immigration in Downtown Brampton is Giving you 1.2 Million Amazing Reasons to Consider Investing

Uniquely fully updated home features Entertainer’s backyard Brazilian hardwood Fence and deck – 10ft x 20ft. It has 7ft x 14ft IPE decking with a shingled roof and five skylight/glass aluminum rail with veggie garden, 10ft x 10ft patio stone for the seasonal pool Cedar Pergola with 14 Cedar Trees and 8ft x 10ft shed.


This property also features a masterfully designed kitchen with a quartz island, stainless steel appliances, newly updated basement. It has an office B/I TV gorgeous laundry room with a backsplash. It boasts newly updated features such as high-quality laminate, hardwood stairs, roof, windows, asphalt driveway, pot lights, furnace/CA/HWT/Air Cleaner/Filter. It also has new copper wiring throughout the home with new outlets and switches.


Minutes to the famous Gage Park Ice rink, Brampton downtown shops, and restaurants. Minutes to Shoppers World Mall and the coming Metrolink highspeed rail along Hurontario to Square One Mississauga Public Transit hub.

This property is priced to sell for only $749,999.

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Developments

A New City Hall, a gorgeous Rose Theatre downtown district with restaurants and a Brand New Hospital for Integrative Health are just some of the desirable new features making this City Centre of Brampton a compelling reason to move her, live her and work here.

Downtown Brampton Set to Undergo Major Upgrades - inBrampton - Quickbite  News: Brampton's latest local breaking news
City of Brampton wins 7-year $28.5M Inzola lawsuit | Toronto.comDowntown Brampton - Neighbourhood GuideThis is Probably Where Brampton's New University Will Go | Bramptonist

Rich in History!

Downtown Brampton, the Flower City, is a place rich in history, and tradition. Brampton is a great city for families to put down roots and build a family while enjoying affordable home ownership.

Queen and Main is also known as “Four Corner” downtown Brampton where City Hall is with Rose Theatre.

Memorable Downtown Brampton Restaurants:

  1. La Favorita Latin Food Market 18 Queen St W, Brampton, ON L6X 1A1
  2. Freshly Thai 48 Queen St W, Brampton, ON L6X 1A1
  3. Sushi House Japanes Restaurant 135 Main St N, Brampton, Ontario L6X 1M9
  4. Fanzorelli’s Restaurant & Wine Bar 50 Queen St W, Brampton, ON L6X 4H3
  5. Vesuvio Ristorante 91 George St S, Brampton, ON L6Y 1P4
  6. Wendel Clark’s Classic Grill & Bar 36 Main St N, Brampton, Ontario L6V 1N6 Canada
  7. Wok of Fame 7700 Hurontario St Suite 602, Brampton, ON L6Y 4M3

Recreation and Fitness

  1. Gage Park – is just south of City Hall is a beautify park during the Spring and Summer with a Gorgeous Ice Skating circle in the Winter like a Wonderland!
Entrance to Gage Park - Picture of Gage Park, Brampton - Tripadvisor
Gage Park Has a Light Tunnel This Year | Bramptonist
  1. Brampton Memorial Arena 69 Elliott St, Brampton, ON L6Y 1W2. Constructed in 1949-1950, the Arena is a designated heritage building in Brampton, Ontario. The property has important associations with the history of hockey and lacrosse. Located in the former Brampton Fair Grounds, it is a conspicuous landmark in the central core of Brampton.
  2. Chris Gibson Recreation Centre 125 McLaughlin Rd N, Brampton, Ontario L6X 1Y7
  3. YMCA Downtown Brampton 20 Union St, Brampton, ON L6V 1R2

New Innovative Osler Health and Wellness Centre opened 2017 Downtown Brampton

Peel Memorial Centre for Integrated Health and Wellness | Brampton Ontario
Peel Memorial Centre for Integrated Health and Wellness | Diamond SchmittInside Brampton's Newly Opened Peel Memorial Health Centre | UrbanToronto

Peel Memorial Centre for Integrated Health and Wellness 20 Lynch St, Brampton, Ontario L6W 2Z8

Peel Memorial Centre Downtown Brampton is a state-of-the-art, 591,000 foot facility with LEED® Gold certification.

Osler’s health and wellness systems based approach includes excellence in Rehabilitation and Seniors Health, Mental Health and Addictions and Women’s and Children’s Health supported by urgent care, ambulatory surgery and diagnostic services.
Located on John Street a few blocks east of Brampton’s Downtown Main and Queen intersection, the health centre is adding crucial capacity to the rapidly growing region. Now officially open, the $530 million outpatient facility provides a variety of specialized services, including urgent care, day surgery, and senior’s rehabilitation and wellness, as well as a range of facilities specifically catering to mental health, and women, children, and adolescents.

Public Schools Downtown Brampton

McHugh Public School – Kindergarten to Grade 5
31 Craig St., Brampton, L6Y1J2, Phone : 905-451-2515

McHugh Public School
Phone 905-451-2515
Email mchugh.ps@peelsb.com
Principal Jane (Principal) Marshall
Superintendent Michelle Stubbings
905-451-2862
michelle.stubbings@peelsb.com
Trustee David Green
905-495-4579
david.green@peelsb.com
Kathy Mcdonald
905-796-8163
kathy.mcdonald@peelsb.com
 

Enrollment (as of Mar 9, 2021)

Number of students:162
Students in French immersion:0
Students who ride the bus:12
 
Enrolment by grade:
Kindergarten:54
Grade 1:12
Grade 2:22
Grade 3:25
Grade 4:21
Grade 5:21

School hours

8:45 a.m.entry & first learning block
10:25 a.m – 11:05  a.mmorning nutrition break
11:45 a.m – 1:05 p.msecond learning block
1:05 p.m – 1:45 p.mafternoon nutrition break
1:45 p.m – 3.05 p.mthird learning block
8:45 a.m – 11:15 a.mkindergarten a.m
12:35 p.m – 3:05 p.mkindergarten p.m


Centennial Senior Public School– Grade 6 to Grade 8
50 Ladore Drive, Brampton, L6Y1V5, Phone : 905-459-5200

school building
Vice-Principal Jay Russell
Office Manager Cindy Capitano
 
Phone 905-459-5200
Email centennialsnr.ps@peelsb.com

Superintendent Michelle Stubbings
905-451-2862
michelle.stubbings@peelsb.com

Trustee Kathy Mcdonald
905-796-8163
kathy.mcdonald@peelsb.com

Superintendent Michelle Stubbings
905-451-2862
michelle.stubbings@peelsb.com

Trustee Kathy Mcdonald
905-796-8163
kathy.mcdonald@peelsb.com
 

Enrollment (as of Mar 9, 2021)

Number of students:759
Students in French immersion:0
Students who ride the bus:161
 
Enrolment by grade:
Kindergarten:0
Grade 6:250
Grade 7:250
Grade 8:253

School hours

Morning Supervision Starts            8:15 a.m.

Morning Entry                                 8:20 a.m.

Period 1                                          8:30 – 9:10 a.m.

Period 2                                          9:10 – 9:50 a.m.

Period 3                                          9:50 – 10:30 a.m.

Period 4                                         10:30 – 11:10 a.m.

Recess                                           11:10 – 11:45 a.m.

Afternoon Entry                              11:45 ​ – 11:50 a.m.

Lunch                                              11:50 – 12:10 p.m.

Period 5                                          12:10 – 12:30  p.m.

Period 6                                          12:30 – 1:10  p.m.

Period 7                                           1:10 – 1:50  p.m.

Period 8                                           1:50 – 2:30  p.m.

Afternoon Supervision                     2:30 – 2:45  p.m.                 


Brampton Centennial Secondary School – Grade 9 to Grade 12

Brampton Centennial Secondary School

Principal Paul Freier
Vice-Principal Kevin Williams & Ian Cowan
Office Manager Dorothy Dawson

Phone 905-451-2860
Email bramptoncentennial.ss@peelsb.com
Superintendent
Michelle Stubbings
905-451-2862
michelle.stubbings@peelsb.com
Trustee
Kathy Mcdonald
905-796-8163
kathy.mcdonald@peelsb.com
Will Davies
647-218-0295
will.davies@peelsb.com

Enrollment (as of Mar 9, 2021)

Number of students:1394
Students in French immersion:307
Students who ride the bus:92
 
Enrolment by grade:
Grade 9:388
Grade 10:353
Grade 11:341
Grade 12:310

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