Boundaries and Location
Fletcher’s Meadow is situated in the north-west part of Brampton, generally described as including the area from McLaughlin Road to Creditview and from Highway 7 to Wanless Drive.
History and Development
Historically, this neighborhood formed part of the Chinguacousy Township. The Fletcher family, once prosperous farmers, established themselves as one of Brampton’s foremost pioneers. The area’s building boom lasted from the late 1990s to the early 2000s. The neighborhood’s name comes from the Fletcher family, who were once prosperous farmers in the area.
Lifestyle and Amenities
The neighborhood features a state-of-the-art recreational facility that sustains active lifestyles. It is just west of downtown Brampton, offering residents the option of accessing popular shopping areas like Shoppers World and downtown festivals and theatre. However, locals often choose to remain close to home for recreational amenities at the community center.
The housing market in Fletcher’s Meadow is diverse, consisting of detached homes, semi-detached houses, and freehold townhomes. The sizable subdivisions in Fletcher’s Meadow are comprised of about 15,000 homes.
Downtown Brampton can be reached in 55 minutes by car and 50 minutes by GO train, making it fairly accessible for those who work or frequently visit the downtown area.
The families who live here are well-served by the popular Fletcher’s Meadow Secondary School, a hub in the neighborhood.
What You’ll Love and What Not To Expect
You’ll love the state-of-the-art rec center and the proximity to downtown Brampton. However, don’t expect low-density housing as the area is fairly populated.
Fletcher’s Meadow is a multi-ethnic community featuring newer subdivisions with attractive homes and larger-than-average lots. Its proximity to downtown Brampton and state-of-the-art recreational facilities make it a popular choice among families.