Goreway Drive Corridor is a peaceful yet conveniently located neighbourhood, primarily composed of a gated condominium community, along Goreway Drive.
Because much of Goreway Drive Corridor real estate backs up to ravines and the Claireville Conservation Area, the area is quite scenic. Homes and condominium complexes in Goreway Drive Corridor are situated along a quiet, almost rural stretch of Goreway Drive, and are surrounded by mature trees. Parks near Goreway Drive Corridor homes for sale include Bayridge Park, just north of Goreway Drive Corridor, and, of course, the beautiful, wooded Claireville Conservation Area.
Families looking for room to grow and lovely natural views away from the bustle of the town—without losing easy access to city conveniences—might find Goreway Drive Corridor homes for sale particularly appealing. Goreway Drive Corridor real estate agents’ MLS listings feature a number of updated condominiums for purchase and apartments for rent in the complex branching off of Yorkland Boulevard, right in the heart of the neighbourhood. Spacious, detached homes on large lots can be found along Goreway Drive.
Goreway Drive Corridor real estate is situated just minutes away from Highway 407 and Highway 427. Queen Street runs through Goreway Drive Corridor as well, which allows convenient access to other neighbourhoods in Brampton, including Downtown Brampton. Other major roads in the vicinity include Humberwest Parkway, Williams Parkway, and Airport Road. Public transportation is available to Goreway Drive Corridor residents from Brampton Transit and Zum, with connections to local GO Stations for rail commuters.
Plenty of plazas featuring retail, restaurants, and other businesses can be found along main streets near Goreway Drive Corridor, such as Queen Street. SmartCentres Brampton (9940-9980 Airport Road) is also just minutes away. This shopping centre features retailers such as No Frills, Bulk Barn, La Fitness, and several other businesses.
The Claireville Conservation Area is a must-see for all outdoors enthusiasts. This 848-hectare forest preserve features a network of beautiful wooded hiking trails along creeks. Many people enjoy wandering the trails and bird watching, as the area is a migratory stop for many species of bird. White deer—not albino, but true pure white deer—are also often sighted in the Claireville Conservation Area. For rainy days, the Silvercity Brampton movie theatre (Highway 410 at Bovaird Drive) is also nearby. This sixteen-screen movie theatre boasts 3-D screens and party rooms.