Streetsville in Mississauga
All About Streetsville
Real estate in the City of Mississauga is a great one with a varied assortment of residential and commercial areas. Homes for sale in Streetsville are unique in the fact that they exist within a historic part of town. The downtown core area features a special heritage that is highlighted by the old, statuesque trees.
The history is deep with the founder of this part of Mississauga; Timothy Street, who built a saw and gristmill along the Credit River in 1819. Today, new developments can be found here and modern properties are featured within the housing selection. Detached homes sitting in new subdivisions as well as townhouses built during the ‘70s and later are also part of the residential choices offered here.
This area is a wonderful place to be, especially for people in need of a bit of a break from the big city. Its proximity to the Greater Toronto Area is unmatched, with Highways 401 and 403 right within reach. Highway 407 is also close by and additional main roads that service the community include Queen Street, Creditview Road and Erin Mills Parkway.
Although getting around is so easy to do in this part of Mississauga, denizens need not go too far to carry on their daily routines. Families can send their children to one of the highly rated educational institutions within the community. Vista Heights Public School, Ray Underhill Public School, Dolphin Senior Public School and Streetsville Secondary School all serve the pupils within this district.
Once school, work and all other daily activities have been completed, people of all ages can take some time to enjoy nature at one of the many recreational spaces nearby. Vista Heights Park, Turney Woods Park and Streetsville Memorial Park each have an inviting atmosphere about them that attracts nature lovers to visit.
Those who prefer to shop can do so too since this part of town is known as “The Village in the City.” This quaint shopping district has an old-time feel to it and is surrounded by heritage properties. Gift and antique shops can be found here in addition to the home décor stores, boutiques, galleries and restaurants.
Many annual cultural events and festivals such as the Bread and Honey Festival take place here as well. If you’re interested in buying a home for sale in Streetsville or Mississauga’s bordering East Credit or Central Erin Mills communities, contact us.