Brock Townshipin York Region, Ontario - York Region home neighbourhoods
Brock Township has 13,000 residents living mostly in the communities of Beaverton, Cannington and Sunderland,
and is bordered by Lake Simcoe and the Talbot River.
Brock is called "Durham's Gateway to the North," and is well known for its maple syrup harvest each Spring. The community has ready access to Hihgways 12, 7 and 48.
Brock Township has 6 elementary schools, a secondary school.
Major villages in the township provide full range of shopping facilities.
Brock has 3 arenas and community centres and 5 community hall.
Community Housing Primarily single-detached on a variety of lot sizes in the urban areas, hamlets, rural and shoreline areas. Urban areas also offer a variety of semi-detached, row and apartment units (both freehold and condominium)