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Search all Bradner houses for sale and real estate listings below. Bradner is a rural neighbourhood of Abbotsford, BC. Bordering the Fraser River to the north and Highway 1 to the south, Bradner is 20 minutes northwest of Abbotsford's city centre. Beautiful country roads with wide open fields line the streets of this quiet neighbourhood.
Real estate in Bradner consists of charming country estates, farms, and single-family homes. Many properties in Bradner are on acreage and offer homeowners privacy from nearby neighbours. There are few amenities in Bradner itself, but there are several wineries for those wine lovers. Other amenities can be found in west Abbotsford, which borders Bradner. To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in Bradner, or to arrange a private showing, contact your Abbotsford real estate experts today!
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Real Estate in Bradner
Bradner offers real luxury living with large homes and plenty of green space. It is a wonderful area to raise a family or spend the rest of your retired life in peace. The real estate includes mostly detached homes on spacious lots, and acreages are easy to come by. Almost half of the homes were built between 1960 and 1980. Since then, many have had updates to bring them to modern tastes. Single detached homes and row houses are popular in the neighbourhood, usually three or four bedrooms, some up to six, double or two separate garages, and large driveways and entrances. The streets are calm and quiet for those who prefer a more tranquil atmosphere.
Bradner resides in the northwest corner of Abbotsford and is one of the more rural neighbourhoods. Its name originates from a settler who lived in the area in 1895, Thomas Bradner. Bradner is an agricultural-driven industry that thrives and brings in a great deal of income and jobs for the community. The rolling fields and picturesque views of Mt. Baker are only a few reasons people flock to Bradner. The crops are a sight to see when they are in full bloom, and they are adored by those who have a chance to see the annual blooms, particularly daffodils. This show has been ongoing since 1928, when a settler from Vancouver named Fenwick Fatkin wanted other local growers to showcase them.
Besides agriculture, Bradner is proud to grow high-quality vegetables, dairy, poultry, and organic meat. Bradner Organic Farms raises free-run certified organic chicken and turkey. They also produce farm direct and private label brands of certified organic meat, eggs and dairy. At Goat’s Pride Dairy, Mt. Lehman Cheese Co. has a small store on-site to purchase some of the highest quality, locally produced cheeses.
Another timely and loved tradition for the community is the annual May Day parade. Every year, a sixth-grade student is selected to become the May Queen, and now they even select a May King.
Bradner may feel like a rural neighbourhood, with just over 2,000 residing, but the amenities are not far from home. The general store in the neighbourhood is welcoming and offers a rich history of Bradner. It gives that friendly, small-town feeling and If you need something you can’t get from the nearby general store, there is a large shopping centre nearby, Highstreet Centre. The Bradner Hall hosts a multitude of different events, including weddings which can host 250. Consider your next sports event or fundraiser there as they offer full catering and bar service.
Students can attend Bradner Elementary and Mt. Lehman Elementary. Secondary students require travelling by bus to Eugene Reimer Middle School and Rick Hansen. Private schools in the area include the Mennonite Educational Institute, Pacific Christian School, Fraser Valley Adventist Academy, and St. John Brebeuf Regional Secondary School. Post-secondary students have a few and can attend the University of Fraser Valley, Ashton College, and Summit Pacific College.
Things To Do in Bradner
If you are a true wine connoisseur, there are two award-winning wineries nearby; Mt. Lehman Winery and Singletree Winery. Tanglebank Gardens is a boutique nursery that runs the Brambles Bistro, a trendy cafe that offers sandwiches and a selection of local wines and craft beers.
Glen Valley Regional Park
Located along the Fraser River, you'll find Glen Valley Regional Park, which provides avid fishermen with the perfect stretch of river to spend a day. They also have a 1.9-kilometre path and back trail to hike, walk or bike that is accessible all year long. Dogs are also welcome and must be kept on a leash. Other parks include the Bradner boundary: Kalgidhar Park, Townline Hill Park and Ridgeview Park.
Pagoda Ridge Golf Course
Pagoda Ridge Golf Course is in the heart of the Fraser Valley. It offers an eighteen-hole course just over 7000 yards and is known to be dry with the best condition in the Lower Mainland. Pagoda also has its GreenTee Golf Shop featuring the best high-end golf brands. During your visit, you may as well check out the menu at Jess’ Restaurant.
Trethewey House Heritage Site
The Heritage Abbotsford Society operates the Trethewey House Heritage Site. Trethewey's mission is to preserve and interpret the local history to entertain and educate residents. They host different programs and activities for all ages. For example, they offer historical and architectural tours of Trethewey House.