Mount Brydges Ontario Real Estate
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Mount Brydges, Ontario Overview
Mount Brydges is a small village just outside of Strathroy, within the County of Middlesex. Located along Highway 402 approximately 20 minutes west of London, Ontario, this community is home to roughly 21,000 residents.
The village came into existence as a result of continuing construction of the Great Western Railroad and its path from London to Windsor. A station in present day Mount Brydges was erected and named for Charles John Brydges, the managing Director of the Railroad. Mount Brydges was officially incorporated as a Village in 1906.
Real Estate For Sale in Mount Brydges, Ontario
Mount Brydges has seen an influx in new residents over the past several years and as such there have been a number of new subdivisions and developments that have popped up around the village.
Due to its prime location along Highway 402 and quick access to London’s west side, Mount Brydges is considered by many as a bedroom community.
Homes for sale in Mount Brydges, Ontario generally are either bungalow style or two storey homes featuring 2 - 5 bedrooms and 2 - 4 bathrooms. Many of the properties, especially the newly built homes, feature single or double car attached garages. Prices for homes in Mount Brydges can be found between $300,000 - $800,000, with some luxury homes climbing into the millions.
Homes for sale in Mount Brydges can be found on larger lots than those in a big city, and for many properties, that includes mature tree lined streets in quiet neighborhoods.
Living in Mount Brydges, Ontario
Due to the railroad running through the Village of Mount Brydges the area was once a major shipping location for local farmers. The production of wheat, maize and tobacco was included in the major agricultural industries. Today, Mount Brydges is home to a number of businesses that line the historic downtown area.
The charming Village offers unique events for visitors and residents to enjoy. Parades, festivals and activities are hosted in the downtown area year round.
Mount Brydges is home to a number of parks and trails that meander throughout the village. The largest park in Mount Brydges is Lions Park which offers ample greenspace for various athletics, a playground full of equipment for children of all ages and space for furry friends to run. Other parks in Mount Brydges include Legion Park, Churchill Park, Applewood Park, Glover Park, Optimist Park, Lioness Park, and Cenotaph Park, which features a community splash pad.
Located next to Lions Park is the Caradoc Community Center which acts as a central meeting place for a number of events, meetings and weddings. The Caradoc Community Center offers rental space with access to a full kitchen and bar area.
Schools in Mount Brydges are operated by the Thames Valley District School Board and the London District Catholic School Board. Within Mount Brydges there is one public elementary school, the Caradoc Public School. For high schoolers, nearby Strathroy offers education from the Strathroy District Collegiate Institute or Holy Cross Catholic Secondary School.