Most Expensive Neighborhoods in Mississauga, Ontario

Have you ever wondered what are the most expensive neighborhoods in Mississauga, Ontario? Well here they are in all their glory. Mississauga has grown from a sleepy collection of small towns to a vibrant community of over 700,000 people – a large city in itself and yet also Toronto’s western suburb. Even though Mississauga is usually viewed as a middle class or upper middle class area, there are also many pockets of extreme luxury sprinkled throughout the city. Some of these highly sought after areas of Mississauga feature amazing luxury homes of up to 10,000 square feet and more, situated in park-like settings with enormous lots featuring swimming pools and tennis courts…here is a short summary of some of these areas…

LORNE PARK:

One of Mississauga’s largest, oldest and most  Arborist Mississauga prominent luxury areas, Lorne Park is bounded by Lake Ontario to the south, the QEW highway to the north, Southdown Road to the west, and Mississauga Road to the east. Lorne Park has many luxury homes nestled in tree-lined streets, with dozens of homes sold over the million dollar mark in 2009. Lorne Park is easily identified by the large, tall trees which abound in the area, and by its proximity to the lake. There are several sub-areas within Lorne Park, including Rattray Park Estates, which is situated south of Lakeshore next to the Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, and the Lorne Park Estates, which is a small, Muskoka-like area serviced by private roads, directly on Lake Ontario. Lorne Park High School is an excellent secondary school which services the area, and there is plenty of high end shopping available nearby. Lorne Park has plenty of multi-million dollar homes, and you can expect to pay from $2 million to $3 million for a nice property as you get closer to Lake Ontario.

MINEOLA WEST:

Definitely one of Mississauga’s top areas, Mineola West is a small pocket at the extreme western end of the Port Credit neighborhood, running west off of Hurontario, south of the QEW, bounded by the Credit River on its western edge. This area features some unbelievable luxury homes on large lots, in a park-like setting with large tree canopy overhead, extremely quiet and private, and yet close to the GO Train and amenities of Port Credit.

 

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