Brantwood Park and Lynden Hills Estates
Outdoor activities, cultural diversity, wonderful restaurants, kayaking, fishing, bike trails and affordable real estate.
Max Webster, who was a well-known thoroughbred horse owner, sold his farm to a developer and it is known today as the Lynden Hills Estates. Street names such as Sulky Road, Trotter Lane, Pony Trail Drive and Max Webster Court echo Max Webster's love of horses.
The neighbourhood of Brantwood Park and Lynden Hills Estates is bounded on the north by Powerline Road, Wayne Gretzky Parkway on the West and Lynden Road to the South. The east side of Lynden Hills estates marks the current boundary line between Brantford and Brant County.
The styles of homes in this area range from semi-detached, condominiums, two-storey residences, four level back splits and side split homes, as well as raised ranches. The price set of Brantwood Park and Lynden Hill Estates ranges from entry-level housing all the way up to executive properties. Many people relocate to this neighbourhood due to its close proximity to Highway 403 which provides quick access for commuters.
Branlyn Elementary School
Banbury Heights Elementray School
Notre Dame Catholic Elementary School
North Park Collegiate Institute (Secondary School)
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AREA DAY CARE :
Three Bears Day Care
AREA SHOPPING :
Lynden Park Mall
AREA RESTAURANTS :
Speekezies Cafe and Wine Bar