Cheltenham neighbourhood in Caledon. Popular communities include Inglewood, Caledon East, Caledon Village, Alton, Mono Mills.
Cheltenham has 2 homes on the market. Of the 469 total properties listed in Caledon, Cheltenham makes up just 0.4%. The average asking price of a property in Cheltenham is $659,750, with an estimated mortgage of $2,235 per month. That is 3.2 times less of the average asking price of $2,089,913 in Caledon. Properties listed in Cheltenham are an average of 1250 square feet, with 2 beds and 1 baths. Cheltenham has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Cheltenham is a scenic rural village in the southern part of Rural Caledon, located near the intersection of Kennedy Road and Credit Road.
Cheltenham real estate listings feature homes situated in a peaceful, somewhat wooded community along the banks of the Credit River. Many Cheltenham homes for sale are set far back from the road with long driveways, which makes for plenty of privacy.
Families looking for a small community with plenty of character and wide-open spaces might find Cheltenham MLS listings a good place to start.
Cheltenham homes for sale include a good variety of properties including bungalows, impressive and spacious heritage homes, and luxury executive homes.
The Village of Cheltenham, founded as a farming community in the 1820s by Charles Haines, has the most heritage designated homes in Caledon. Most of these are large, impressive Victorian farmhouses.
Major roads in Cheltenham include Credit Road, Kennedy Road, and Creditview Road.
One favourite stop in Cheltenham is the Spirit Tree Estate Cidery. This community-oriented business features its own orchards, cidery, bakery, farmers’ market, and restaurant.
The Cheltenham Country Store, with its deli and grocery store, is also a popular place to shop and eat.
Cheltenham is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream. Residents can spend hours—or longer—hiking or riding horses along the Caledon Trail, which passes through the village and runs for 35 kilometres.
One favourite event among locals and visitors is the Cheltenham Day Soap Box Races, in which kids and teens race down Cheltenham Hill in homemade cars.