Boundaries and Location
Toronto Gore Rural Estate is situated in the northeast part of Brampton and is the least densely populated residential neighborhood in the city. The area is characterized by its rural setting, featuring slightly undulating hills, meadows, and woodlots.
Atmosphere and Lifestyle
The neighborhood is largely an upscale community of luxury estate homes on large, well-treed, private lots. It also includes more recent developments of subdivisions with large single-detached homes on smaller lots. The area is popular with families with teens, people in their 20s, 40s, and 60s.
Families with children make up 54% of households in Toronto Gore Rural Estate. The community is ethnically diverse, with residents coming from 46 different ethnic origins. About 56% are first-generation immigrants, while 38% are second-generation immigrants.
Amenities and Facilities
Toronto Gore Rural Estate features a community center and library, as well as convenience stores. There are plans for further development under review. The area is served by 7 public schools, 5 Catholic schools, and 1 private school, offering special programs like Montessori and International Baccalaureate.
Parks and Recreation
The neighborhood has 9 parks with a total of 23 recreational facilities, including playgrounds, basketball courts, sports fields, and a community center.
The area has 78 transit stops, and the majority of residents commute by vehicle. Most residents commute to another city, and the average commute time ranges from 15 to 44 minutes for the majority of the population.
Toronto Gore Rural Estate offers a blend of luxury living in a rural setting, making it a unique and desirable neighborhood. Its excellent educational facilities, recreational opportunities, and strategic location make it a popular choice among a diverse population.