Inglewood neighbourhood in Caledon. Popular communities include Cheltenham, Caledon Village, Caledon East, Alton, Mono Mills.
Inglewood has 4 homes on the market. Of the 401 total properties listed in Caledon, Inglewood makes up just 1%. The average asking price of a property in Inglewood is $1,784,225, with an estimated mortgage of $6,044 per month. That is 1.2 times less of the average asking price of $2,106,653 in Caledon. Properties listed in Inglewood are an average of 1250 square feet, with 2.5 beds and 2.3 baths. Inglewood has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Inglewood is a charming, family-oriented community nestled in the heart of Rural Caledon.
Inglewood homes for sale can be found along peaceful streets lined with many mature trees. Some of the most sought-after Inglewood real estate backs up to the escarpment on the west side, which makes for some fantastic natural views.
Recreation areas in Inglewood include Lloyd Wilson Centennial Park and the Ken Whillans Resource Management Area.
Inglewood real estate is ideal for families who are looking for a close-knit, tucked-away community with plenty of amenities at hand as well as opportunities for weekend fun.
MLS listings for Inglewood feature a wide variety of homes, including century and heritage homes in the heart of the community, newer luxury homes on lots up to three acres, and quaint bungalows.
Inglewood is also a very convenient neighbourhood for commuters, as it is bounded by Highway 10 and Olde Base Line Road.
The Inglewood General Store (15596 McLaughlin Road) is a popular stop among both locals and visitors. Shopper can find plenty of specialty groceries as well as clothing, sundries, bath products, and even fun events on the lawn.
Highway 10 also makes for easy access to Brampton, with its major shopping centres.
Inglewood is an excellent area for outdoor enthusiasts. The Ken Whillans Resource Management Area features plenty of trails, warm-water fishing and equipment rentals, and picnic areas. In the winter, skiing and winter hiking are popular activities in this area. The 35-kilometre Caledon Trail also runs through Inglewood.
The Lloyd Wilson Arena (15551 McLaughlin Road) is a popular destination for skaters and hockey players.
The Inglewood Community Centre is an old schoolhouse that has been converted into a facility that includes a library and auditorium with stage. The Inglewood Schoolhouse Performers acting troupe perform out of this space, putting on productions of favourite classic shows.