Nassagaweya neighbourhood in Milton. Popular communities include Brookville, Moffat, Campbellville, Milton Heights, 401 Business Park.
Nassagaweya has 17 homes on the market. Of the 448 total properties listed in Milton, Nassagaweya makes up just 3.8%. The average asking price of a property in Nassagaweya is $1,594,687, with an estimated mortgage of $5,402 per month. That is 1.4 times of the average asking price of $1,133,154 in Milton. Properties listed in Nassagaweya are an average of 1600 square feet, with 3.1 beds and 3.1 baths. Nassagaweya has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Nassagaweya is a large area composed primarily of farmland and undeveloped land, with smaller communities such as Campbellville and Brookville peppered throughout.
Nassagaweya homes for sale can be found along quiet country roads, and are often surrounded by woodland.
Recreation areas in Nassagaweya include golf courses, such as the Turtle Creek Golf Club, and several conservation areas.
Nassagaweya real estate is ideal for anyone seeking plenty of privacy. Schools, shopping, and other amenities are easily accessible in more populous areas such as Brookville.
MLS listings for Nassagaweya feature an assortment of spacious rural estates and farmhouses.
Nassagaweya takes its name from the Mississauga word nazhesahgewayyong, which means “river with two outlets”. Creeks and rivers in this area drain to larger rivers as well as Lake Ontario.
Nassagaweya was founded in 1819, and was part of Halton County until 1974, at which point the Regional Municipality of Halton was created and Nassagaweya became part of Milton.
Major roads in Nassagaweya include Highway 401, Guelph Line, and Campbellville Road.
Milton Mall (55 Ontario Street South) is located just east of Nassagaweya. This shopping centre boasts a wide variety of clothing shops, electronics stores, eateries, and more.
The historic Main Street shopping district of Old Milton is also just a short drive away. Here shoppers can find many local boutiques, galleries, and restaurants.
Schools near Nassagaweya homes for sale include Brookville Public School (11325 Guelph Line), Martin Street Public School (184 Martin Street), and W. I. Dick Middle School (351 Highside Drive).
Nassagaweya’s many conservation areas are some of its most desirable features. The Hilton Falls Conservation area is one popular spot among outdoors enthusiasts. This beautiful woodland is home to a ten-metre waterfall, as well as the ruins of old mills. Visitors can enjoy hiking trails, fishing spots, and, in the winter, cross-country skiing.