Pathways in Caledon East

Brought to you by two award-winning builders, Brookfield Residential and CountryWide Homes.


If you’re looking for a community that boasts quality schools, acres of inspirational conservation areas to explore, a plethora of activities, like golf courses, spas and ski resorts, and a robust arts and culture scene, Caledon is the town for you. Toronto is a mere 40 minutes away via Highways 410, 427 and easy access to Go Transit. With this many attractive attributes, both builders knew that Caledon would be the perfect location for Pathways, a community of beautiful homes inspired by a place that cherishes the past while continuously growing.


One of the Safest Communities in Canada and in Great Toronto Area


The city of Caledon is gratified to have been included many times in Canada’s top ranking safest cities. Caledon East is a beautiful place to live. Not many communities in Ontario can say they have got the kind of connection to nature that ours will, and Pathways is going to have access to farmers’ markets, parks, golf courses, equestrian sports, hockey arenas, everything. Plus, Caledon has great schools and it’s a very safe, beautiful town.


Located in Caledon East, at the corner of Old Church Road and Innis Lake Road, Brookfield Residential and CountryWide Homes are proud to collaborate toward the construction of a new community where, future homeowners will be able to choose between a mix of 2 car towns and singles, set on 36-, 38-, 42-, 46-, and 50-foot homesites. These homes come with a view of the picturesque community park, one that overlooks the pond, or one with a backyard that looks out over luscious green space.


No matter the builder our customers buy from, they are going to receive a high-quality home that complements the elegant and active lifestyle that our homeowners will find in Caledon East.


Small Town Feel, Great Amenities to Enjoy.

Day or night, weekday or weekend, there’s so much to see and do in Caledon. Take golf for instance. There’s a wealth of choices when it comes to courses and clubs for this sport.

For example, Caledon Golf and Country Club, Osprey Valley Golf Course, Glen Eagle Golf Club, Caledon Woods Golf Club, Devil’s Pulpit Golf Association, Banty’s Roost.




Or, if trails and parks are more to you and your family’s tastes, Caledon has that too. The Cheltenham Badlands are a stunning option to explore, but they are far from the only one available. The Caledon Trailway Path, Albion Hills Conservation Area, Forks of the Credit Provincial Park, Caledon East Community Park, Dicks Dam Park, Edelweiss Park and Glenn Haffy Conservation Area, as well as the Caledon East Arena and Caledon Community Complex, offer a variety of other options and also ensure Caledon is truly one with nature. It lives up to its reputation as one of the greenest towns in Ontario. But that small town feel doesn’t limit the amenities that are available. Whether residents want to buy fresh, organic food from the farmers’ market or get all their shopping done at once from a big brand stores like Walmart or Zehrs, both are covered. Pub or martini bar, sushi or fish and chips, no matter your preference, the area has it and more.


Your family can enjoy access to cultural events like the Headwaters Arts Festival and the Caledon Strawberry Festival, and the community offers a place where you can trust that your children will grow up with good schools nearby. There are also a variety of medical centres in the area to choose from, such as the Brampton Civic Hospital, so you can keep your family safe and healthy.



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