Clarkson neighbourhood in Mississauga. Popular communities include Southdown, Sheridan, Lorne Park, Erindale, Mavis-Erindale.
Clarkson has 98 homes on the market. Of the 3029 total properties listed in Mississauga, Clarkson makes up just 3.2%. The average asking price of a property in Clarkson is $1,354,236, with an estimated mortgage of $4,588 per month. That is 1.1 times of the average asking price of $1,192,230 in Mississauga. Properties listed in Clarkson are an average of 1222 square feet, with 2.5 beds and 2.5 baths. Clarkson has 23.5% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Clarkson is a mature community that is currently experiencing a revival both of its downtown area and its neighbourhoods.
Clarkson real estate can be found along streets lined with mature trees and sizeable yards. There are also a number of highly sought-after luxury waterfront homes with some truly beautiful views of the lake.
Parks near Clarkson homes for sale include Jack Darling Memorial Park, Watersedge Park, Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Birchwood Park, and many more.
Clarkson, with its diverse real estate offerings, has something to fit almost any family’s needs and budget. Clarkson residents have easy access to amenities such as schools, shopping, and recreation.
MLS listings for Clarkson feature detached homes ranging from older updated properties to luxury estates on the lakeshore. Townhouses and condominiums are also available.
Major roads near Clarkson homes for sale include Queen Elizabeth Way, Lakeshore Road, Southdown Road, and Churchill Boulevard.
The majority of Clarkson’s shopping can be found along Lakeshore Road. In this area, shoppers can find a mix of big-box retailers and smaller, locally-owned shops.
There are many schools available to Clarkson residents, including Willow Glen Public School (1301 Epton Crescent), Clarkson Public School (888 Clarkson Road South), Green Glade Senior Public School (1550 Green Glade), Clarkson Secondary School (2524 Bromsgrove Road), and Iona Secondary School (2170 South Sheridan Way).
Rattray Marsh Conservation Area is a must-see for outdoor enthusiasts. This conservation area features many scenic trails, including the Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail and a raised boardwalk. This is an excellent area for birdwatching and photography.