Cooksville neighbourhood in Mississauga. Popular communities include Mineola, Mavis-Erindale, Fairview, Mississauga Valleys, Lorne Park.
Cooksville has 167 homes on the market. Of the 2924 total properties listed in Mississauga, Cooksville makes up just 5.7%. The average asking price of a property in Cooksville is $1,290,968, with an estimated mortgage of $4,373 per month. That is 1.1 times less of the average asking price of $1,429,501 in Mississauga. Properties listed in Cooksville are an average of 1063 square feet, with 2.4 beds and 2.6 baths. Cooksville has 13.8% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Cooksville is a popular neighbourhood among young families looking for a first home, thanks to its relatively affordable real estate and easy access to schools and parks.
MLS listings for Cooksville feature homes situated in a mature community full of trees and greenery. There are plenty of parks near Cooksville homes for sale, including R. Jones Park, Brickyard Park, and Munden Park.
Because Cooksville’s real estate offerings are quite diverse, there is something to fit almost every family’s needs. Amenities such as community centres, schools, and shopping are all at Cooksville residents’ fingertips.
MLS listings for Cooksville include detached homes and semi-detached homes, many of which were built in the 1970s and ‘80s, as well as townhouses and condominiums for purchase or lease.
Hurontario Street runs through the heart of Cooksville and connects to Highway 403 to the north. Other major roads in the area include Queensway, Mavis Road, and Dundas Street.
There are many plazas featuring retailers and restaurants near the intersection of Dundas Street and Hurontario Street. The Square One Shopping Centre (100 City Centre Drive), Ontario’s largest shopping mall, is also just a few minutes north of Cooksville.
Schools near Cooksville real estate include Clifton Public School (2389 Cliff Road), Corsair Public School (2230 Corsair Road), and Floradale Public School (210 Paisley Boulevard West).
The Mississauga Valley Community Centre (1275 Mississauga Valley Boulevard) is just a short drive north of Cooksville. Visitors to this facility can enjoy a lap pool and a therapeutic tank, fitness centre, and a full hockey arena with seating and concessions. This is also the location of the Mississauga Valley Library.