About Rural Caledon
Rural Caledon neighbourhood in Caledon. Popular communities include Bolton North, Bolton East, Bolton West, Cheltenham, Caledon East.
Rural Caledon has 237 homes on the market. Of the 469 total properties listed in Caledon, Rural Caledon makes up just 50.5%. The average asking price of a property in Rural Caledon is $2,414,065, with an estimated mortgage of $8,178 per month. That is 1.2 times of the average asking price of $2,089,913 in Caledon. Properties listed in Rural Caledon are an average of 1485 square feet, with 3 beds and 3 baths. Rural Caledon has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Rural Caledon, which comprises a large part of Caledon Township, is composed of sprawling tracts of farmland as well as residential areas.
Rural Caledon’s major roads, lined with fields and wooded areas, offer a scenic drive through the countryside. Rural Caledon homes for sale are situated along peaceful rural streets, and are often set back far from the road on long driveways, which offers plenty of privacy.
Parks and recreation areas near Rural Caledon real estate include the Glen Haffy Conservation Area, Albion Hills Conservation Area, and the Ken Whillans Resource Management Area.
Families looking for room to grow will find in Rural Caledon real estate listings spacious homes with sprawling yards.
MLS listings for Rural Caledon feature a diverse offering of properties, including historic farmhouses, luxury rural estate homes on oversized lots, and some newer developments featuring spacious two-story homes.
Major roads in Rural Caledon include Highway 10/Hurontario Street, Airport Road, Winston Churchill Boulevard, and Charleston Side Road.
Shoppers looking for a local shopping experience will have plenty to choose from in Rural Caledon. Smaller villages and hamlets within Rural Caledon, including Inglewood, Caledon East, and Cheltenham, feature quaint downtown districts that feature a selection of shops, restaurants, and other businesses.
Schools in Rural Caledon include Credit View Public School (13990 Mississauga Road), Herb Campbell Public School (3749 King Street), and Caledon Central Public School (18357 Kennedy Road).
There are many ways to have fun outdoors in Rural Caledon, thanks to its many conservation areas and hiking trails. Families can spend the day at the Ken Whillans Resource Management Area fishing the warm-water ponds and the Credit River, wandering the trails, bird watching, and picnicking.
Rural Caledon is also a popular wintertime destination for skiers, thanks to its beautiful scenery and proximity to the escarpment. The Caledon Ski Club is located near the intersection of Forks of the Credit Road and Mississauga Road.