Aurora Homes & Real Estate
Search the newest Aurora, ON homes for sale & real estate below! With a population of about 55,000 people, Aurora is an intimate yet welcoming community situated in the central York Region of Ontario. For more information about Aurora properties for sale, including previous pricing history, property disclosures, and more, or to arrange a home showing, contact your LOCAL real estate experts today. Read more about Aurora real estate.
Homes For Sale in Aurora ON
Aurora Real Estate Search
This page is updated with Aurora home listings several times per day directly from the Aurora, Ontario MLS.
Each Aurora MLS listing includes the property price, days on market, square footage, year built, lot size, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, assigned schools, construction type, and other important details as entered by the listing agent in the MLS.
Also review local Aurora, ON property tax information and the current listing status (active, under contract, or pending). As available, numerous property features such as greenbelt locations, views, swimming pools and Aurora neighbourhood amenities including parks and golf courses will be listed.
Aurora Real Estate Market
The Aurora real estate market is often considered to be a luxury market, with most home prices typically starting around $750,000 and going into the multi-millions in Aurora's most expensive neighbourhoods. Many of the homes for sale in Aurora are spacious, single-family homes that have been built in the last 20 years. Significant community growth has lent itself to residential real estate development, and those wishing to buy a home in this community may have the opportunity to purchase a new construction home built by one of Aurora's best builders.
Home prices in Aurora have increased by more than 41 percent in the past year, so it is important for homebuyers to act quickly when they find a house that they love. However, there are still affordable neighbourhoods in Aurora that can can be good places to look for buyers on budgets. Many real estate experts recommend that buyers research the best Aurora neighbourhood or subdivision that they prefer before their search begins, as this will allow them to stay focused on the best possible properties while looking for a new home.
Aurora Community Amenities
The people who move to Aurora benefit from how the town features an abundance of parks and nature trails. Aurora contains many neighbourhood parks, nature reserves, and wildlife parks— and some of these parks are even dog-friendly. The newest addition to the Aurora parks system is the David Tomlinson Nature Reserve, which opened in November 2020 and has several trails for visitors to explore.
Aurora business and government officials recently launched revitalization projects designed to invigorate the community's downtown area. The Aurora Promenade and Liberty Square are new developments that will attract local businesses and encourage residents to spend time together. There are plenty of recreation and fitness centres in the city, so you always have somewhere to stretch your legs, even when there's snow on the ground. And in the winter, residents in neighbourhoods near skating rinks don't have to go far to enjoy the ice.
Thanks to its convenient location driving in Aurora and commuting to Toronto is easy, and Go Transit, the local public transportation, makes it even easier. Other amenities Aurora offers its residents include Sheppard's Bush Conservation area, Aurora Arboretum, and the Hillary House National Historical Site. Here's a fun fact about Aurora: the Aurora Arboretum features a tree that's thought to be more than 200 years old!
Aurora Local Highlights
- During the summer months, residents in Aurora can purchase fresh produce, homemade baked goods, and local plants from the weekly community farmer's market.
- Residents often look forward to Aurora's Arctic Adventure, a four-day festival that takes place each winter in the community.
- There are plenty of other festivals and annual events residents can attend, like Rib Fest and Saturday Night Fever on Yonge Street
- To glimpse into the past, residents, and visitors can explore the Hillary House, a historic home run by the Aurora Historical Society.
- One of the most famous landmarks in Aurora is the Canadian Moments Mural, a public art display that showcases some of the most important moments in Canadian history.
- Aurora is full of kid-friendly activities residents of all ages can enjoy, like visiting the Toronto Zoo or the Ontario Science Centre.
Aurora School Information
The York Region District School Board oversees the public schools in Aurora. In addition, there are Catholic schools and French-language schools available for those who may want a different option for their education.
Aurora is a vibrant community that cherishes its past while planning for the future. Those who buy a home in this community will be pleased to call Aurora their hometown.
Aurora, ON Real Estate Agents
Looking to purchase a home in Aurora? Let our Aurora real estate experts guide you through the sale of your current residence or the purchase of your new Aurora property. As local real estate agents, we have up-to-date information on the unique dynamics of the Aurora, Ontario real estate market.
Contact The Polsinello Team at RE/MAX Realtron Polsinello Realty to learn more about representation for buyers and sellers. Preparing to sell your Aurora home? View our market analysis page for a home value estimate within moments.
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