Sheridan consists of Sheridan Homelands, Sherwood Forest and the exclusive Mississauga Road corridor. Built from the 1960's to 1980's, there are modest family homes, impressive executive homes, and stately mansions that boast of ostentation.
In the late 1800′s, Lorne Park used to be the “Hampton’s” for Toronto’s upper class. As it came into the fold of Mississauga, it did not lose it’s High End Appeal. Drive through the area and it’s easy to see why; quiet streets, mature trees, character homes….quiet, elegant living.
The majority of south Erin Mills is a wonderful area to raise a family, This older area boasts an excellent location, parks, paths, mature trees and large variety of semi and detached homes. If you don't mind an older home, this planned community has a lot to offer.
This area was designed with curb appeal in mind; large brick homes, a variety of architecture, and good frontages. There are many parks, paths and schools integrated into the design of Central Erin Mills, the ultimate suburban neighbourhood.
Lakeview is an up and coming popular destination for people who like close access to lake Ontario and downtown Toronto. Lakeview is undergoing a waterfront development plan that will continue to drive interest to this village within the city.
Does large lots, mature trees, quiet family homes, ample parks, trails and green space, & top school sound good to you? You might be surprised that you can find all of the in Meadowvale. Find out which areas of Meadowvale are becoming high-demand.
Mineola is one of Mississauga’s most exclusive postal codes; many people don't even know it's there. It is a favourite area for investors looking to build custom homes because of the neighbourhood’s vicinity to Port Credit and the luxury appeal.
Look past Dundas and Hurontario and you will find some charming family areas that command a good dollar. Nestled along the west end of the Queensway, you will find Huron Park and Gordon woods, a mix of large 30 year old family homes as well as many pockets of custom built homes.
Those who love Clarkson, love it a lot. With its relatively affordable homes & it’s own downtown in revival, there is an appeal for those who want an urban lifestyle. However, there are less desirable areas & the schools are not top ranking. Great for some but not for all, Clarkson is a village to watch in the future.
Streetsville Village has a history of almost 200 years, and includes the original historic areas as well as suburban developments spanning the last 70 years. Streetsville has a beautiful and vibrant downtown core along Queen Street, with plenty of charm, community and activities.
Jeff is an Entrepreneur, Storyteller, Rotarian and Community Volunteer. Jeff is also an award winning Real Estate Broker and Industry Speaker based in Mississauga, Ontario. As a husband and father of 3 boys, Jeff has a passion for lifestyle and community.