About Credit Valley
Credit Valley neighbourhood in Brampton. Popular communities include Fletcher's West, Fletcher's Creek Village, Heart Lake, Heart Lake West, Heart Lake East.
Credit Valley has 119 homes on the market. Of the 1894 total properties listed in Brampton, Credit Valley makes up just 6.3%. The average asking price of a property in Credit Valley is $1,234,517, with an estimated mortgage of $4,182 per month. That is 1.2 times of the average asking price of $989,416 in Brampton. Properties listed in Credit Valley are an average of 2183 square feet, with 4 beds and 4.4 baths. Credit Valley has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Credit Valley is a fairly upscale neighbourhood in central Brampton. It is bordered by Bovaird Drive on the north, Chinguacousy Road on the east, the Credit River on the south, and Mississauga Road on the west.
Credit Valley real estate is close to some scenic views, particularly near the Credit River. There is plenty of open green space and wooded areas for recreation. There are small neighbourhood parks, such as Chudleigh Park (Clyde Road) and Damatta Park (Creditview Road), as well as the much larger Eldorado Park (8520 Creditview Road).
Credit Valley homes for sale are ideal for families, particularly those who commute to Toronto or Mississauga for work. Credit Valley real estate listings can be found on quiet, peaceful crescents, and are close to schools and other amenities.
There are plenty of never-lived-in Credit View MLS listings, particularly in the southeastern area of the neighbourhood in new subdivisions. In subdivisions such as Spring Valley, which is just east of Williams Parkway in the northern part of Credit Valley, spacious open-concept detached homes and semis can be found.
The Mississauga First Nation people as Missinnihe, which translates to “trusting creek”, historically knew the Credit River. They met with European traders and settlers on the banks of this river to exchange furs and other goods.
French fur traders gave the river the name “Rivière au Crédit,” because they sold goods to the Mississauga First Nation people in the winter on credit, with the understanding that the native people would deliver furs in return in the warmer months.
Credit Valley homes for sale are situated near several major streets that make travel to Toronto and other parts of Brampton very convenient. Major roads in the area include Bovaird Drive, Mississauga Road, and Steeles Avenue. Highway 407 is also just minutes away for Toronto commuters.
Public transit run by Brampton Transit is also accessible for Credit Valley residents, and makes stops at the Mount Pleasant GO Station for rail commuters.
Shopping plazas with retailers and restaurants can be found just a stone’s throw from Credit Valley real estate, particularly along major roads such as Williams Parkway. The historic downtown shopping district of Brampton is also located just a few minutes away, centred at Queen Street and Main Street.
Elementary and secondary schools are just moments away for Credit Valley families. James Potter Public School (9775 Creditview Road) and St. Monica Elementary School (60 Steritt Drive) are just two of the many options available to Credit Valley residents, and there is even a Montessori school (1030 Queen Street West).
There is no shortage of outdoor activities in Credit Valley for the whole family. Eldorado Park, located in the southern tip of Credit Valley, is one of Brampton’s largest public parks and has been designated for public use since the 1900s. It is a popular summertime destination thanks to its outdoor public swimming pool, Credit River fishing, and picnic areas.
The Lionhead Golf and Country Club (8525 Mississauga Road) is just on the other side of the Credit River, and features the Legends course, which Golf Digest in 2000 called one of the most challenging courses in North America.