Brighton Real Estate Community

Discover Brighton Real Estate

Northumberland County

Welcome to The Municipality of Brighton

The first step to knowing if Brighton real estate is the right fit for you, is to learn about the community.

Brighton is a large municipality with a small town and plenty to do and see in this dynamic and economically thriving environment.

One of the most popular attractions for locals as well as visitors is Presqu’ile Park with one of Ontario’s longest sandy beaches, nature trails, birding and camping.

Presqu’ile is not the only attraction; Brighton Speedway, Brighton Barn Theatre, Timber Ridge Golf Course, weekly live music during the summer in Memorial Park, Proctor House Museum and the many restaurants and cafes are also popular ways to make memories.

Find additional and detailed information by clicking this handy link to the Municipality of Brighton website

The Municipality of Brighton real estate resulted in 314 single family residential sales in 2023 with an average selling price of $667,767. Check out the Brighton real estate stats below for more specific and interesting sales statistics which include the most recent three year trends.

If you’re looking for a Real Estate Agent to connect with, specializing in listing, selling and working with both sellers and buyers for residential and luxury properties in the Municipality of Brighton, you can read more About me on this page and you can Contact me through the webform, email or call/text my personal cell 289-251-2947.

The Brighton Sign welcomes visitors with bold, white lettering set on a solid black background, complemented by surrounding greenery and a clear sky, marking the entrance to this charming Ontario community.

Brighton Community Resources

A few interesting links for the Municipality of Brighton

Brighton Real Estate FAQs

  • Just off the 401 at County Road 30 (Wade Corners) and at the top of the hill on Telephone Road (just past the McDonald’s) sits Brighton Gate Restaurant. The Brighton Gate Restaurant has a menu full of the comfort foods at reasonable prices.
  • There’s a reason that Vito’s Pizzeria Restaurant & Dining Lounge has been around for so long – since 1977. Downtown at 36 Prince Edward Street, Brighton.

There are 4 outdoor pickleball courts at King Edward Arena, 75 Elizabeth Street, Brighton. The courts are free to use and there are no reservations – play if one is open or wait until one opens up.

Downtown Brighton is approximately a 1 hour drive to Peterborough, 1 hour and 15 minute drive to Toronto, 1 hour drive to Kingston and a 2 hour and 30 minute drive to Ottawa.

Presqu’ile Park is considered one of the best birding locations in Ontario since it is a major stopover for migrating birds and takes place year round.

Camping, hiking and cycling are also very popular. The terrain is flat, the peninsula’s pave drive loop is cleared in the winter and the off-road trails are regularly maintained.

There is 2.5 km of sandy beach for swimming – no life guards and no dogs allowed.

And the bay and marsh have enough natural shelter to make canoeing possible. Keeping in mind that canoeing in Lake Ontario should only be attempted on the calmest days.