Vaughan Ontario Real Estate

Information on Neighbourhood Listings, House Sales Reports and Listings
Including: Beverley Glen, Brownridge, Maple and Vellore Village

Located in the Regional Municipality of York, known as “North Toronto” and Canada’s 17th largest city. With a booming population of 300,000 plus, Vaughan has become one of the fastest growing cities. Vaughan is a part of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). With the first European settler in 1615, the Vaughan townships were officially created in 1792. The township of Vaughan was named after Benjamin Vaughan after the peace treaty with the United States came into law in 1783. Due to Vaughan’s distance from the urban center, the area was more of a remote suburban region without any usable roads. The City of Vaughan was recognized in 1991. The township’s first settlers were mostly agricultural farmers that gradually became skilled tradespeople. After the establishment of Vaughan, the population’s continue growth created the foundation for communities within the region including Thornhill, Maple, Woodbridge, Concord and Kleinburg. Later in the years, the cities surrounding Vaughan have also become a staple in the GTA such as Richmond Hill and New Market.
Toll route 407, Highway 400, 7 and 27
Vaughan Metropolitan Centre is a newly renovated (2018) business center at Highway 7 and Jane which also houses the most northern subway transit station. York Region buses and GO Transit buses run throughout the cities and communities.
Many attractions reside in Vaughan making is a prime location for residential and commercial real estate.
            Vaughan Mills – a large outlet mall attracting many patrons
            Canada’s Wonderland – Canada’s largest amusement park
            Reptilian Zoo – 25,000 square foot zoon
            Boyd and Kortright Conservations – parks and acres of land for recreational use
York University lies on the Toronto side of the Vaughan border hosing 43,000 students and 10 facilities. The York Region District School Board and York Catholic District School Board operate many elementary and high schools in the area. Alongside the Hebrew Academy of Toronto serving over 600 students and the Waldorf School which offers early childhood programs.
After Toronto and Mississauga, Vaughan is the 3rd largest employment centre. An annual GDP (2018) of $20.6 billion makes Vaughan the largest provider to York Region’s Economy. Manufacturing dominates the local economy followed by construction, retail trade, wholesale trade, transportation and small businesses.

Community Boundaries: There are five communities that make up the city of Vaughan.

Woodbridge, Ontario, North/South - Teston/Steeles, East/West - Hwy 400/Hwy 50
Maple, Ontario, North/South - King Vaughan Line/Rutherford, East/West - Bathurst/Hwy 400
Thornhill, Ontario, North/South - Rutherford/Steeles, East/West - Yonge/Dufferin
Concord, Ontario, North/South - Rutherford/Steeles, East/West - Dufferin/Hwy 400
Kleinburg, Ontario, North/South - Kirby/Major Mac, East/West - Pine Valley/Hwy 50

Real Estate
Vaughan is a very unique Real Estate area built over a long history though the greatest growth has happened over the past 20 years. Vaughan has a diverse mixture of properties laid out throughout wonderful green space, industrial areas and local shopping. There is every conceivable type of housing from Condominium communities, Townhouse, semis and small to mansion like detached single family dwellings. Overall Vaughans properties are on larger lots with space to raise a family. Vaughan is also a very family oriented neighbourhood focusing on family activities, the arts and well organized sports organizations.

As of June 2020:
Average sold price: $1.1 Million
12.8% Increase yearly (from 2019-2020)
Average days on market: 18 days
Selling to listing price ratio: 99%
Rankings (out of 23 in GTA)
4th most expensive
14th fastest growing
10th fastest selling

Price range of properties in Vaughan

Detached - $400,000 up to 10 million
Semis - $300,000- $450,000
Townhouse - $250,000-$400,000
Condominiums - $200,000-1 million

Schools in Vaughan



Catholic Elementary

Catholic High School

Blue Willow

Emily Carr Secondary

Bishop Scalabrini

Father Bressani


Maple High

Blessed Trinity

Holy Cross


Vaughan Secondary

Divine Mercy

St. Elizabeth



Father John Kelly


Elder Mills

Woodbridge College

Holy Family

St. Joan of Arc

Forest Run


Holy Jubille


Fossil Hill


Immaculate Conception


Glen Shields


Our Lady of Fatima


Joseph A. Gibson


Our Lady of Peace


Julliard Public


Our Lady of the Rosary




San Marco


Lorna Jackson


St. Agnes of Assisi


Louis-Honoré Fréchette


St. Andrew


Mackenzie Glen


St. Angela Merici


Maple Creek


St. Catherine of Siena


Michael Cranny


St. Clare


Pine Grove


St. Clement


Rosedale Heights


St. David




St. Emily


Thornhill Woods P.S.


St. Francis of Assisi


Vellore Woods


St. Gabriel the Archangel


Ventura Park


St. Gregory the Great




St. James




St. John Bosco




St. Joseph the Worker




St. Margaret Mary


St. Padre Pio

Daycares in Vaughan click here