Brookswood is a community in the Township of Langley. There are primarily single-family homes in the area. Recreation wise it is home to George Preston Arena, an abundance of parkland, a BMX bike track, skateboard park, and shopping opportunities.
Highlights of the Community:
- Small town feel
- Natural parkland, conservation area, and recreational amenities for outdoor play
- Investment ready community
- Variety of housing options with competitive real estate
- Elementary and high school education facilities
- Vibrant commercial and retail core in close proximity to medium-density residential areas
- Restaurants, bars, and pubs, grocery stores, coffee shops, and bakeries.(2)
Brookswood-Fernridge has 115 acres of public park spaces and is minutes from Campbell Valley Park’s trails, and wineries, There are trails for hiking, biking, or walking in and around the community.(2)
The Langley Riverman are part of the BCHL and play at George Preston Arena.
In 1977 a BMX race track named Kiwanis BMX was built adjacent to George Preston Recreation Center. It was then moved in the 1990s to its new location (some 30 yard’s from the original track) and named Langley BMX where it still remains today. In 2001 the Brookswood skateboard park was officially opened almost right beside it.(1)
- Brookswood Secondary School
- Belmont Elementary School
- Bradshaw Elementary School
- Noel Booth Elementary School
- Langley Fundamental Middle and Secondary School
- Alice Brown Elementary School
Library – Brookswood Library, 20045 – 40 Avenue, Langley, p. 604-534-7055
Along 200 Street between 40 Avenue and 42 Avenue, a significant commercial and retail concentration conveniently serves residents and visitors. Some 150 acres of land in Brookswood-Fernridge are used for employment purposes. (2)
Brookswood has primarily single family homes on a range of lot sizes from small, to acreages, to farmland.
Brookswood-Fernridge consists of two distinct areas: the northern area which was developed between the 1960s and the 1990s, and the southern area that remains to be developed for mixed uses. The undeveloped area generally consists of suburban residential lots, farms, manufactured home parks, and vacant lands. Neighbourhood Planning was endorsed by Township Council in 2019 and is underway for the sub-neighborhoods of Booth, Fernridge, and Rinn. (2)
If you are interested in finding out more about Real Estate in the Brookswood area, contact Mike.