Dixie neighbourhood in Mississauga. Popular communities include Applewood, Rathwood, Lakeview, Mississauga Valleys, Mineola.
Dixie has 122 homes on the market. Of the 2532 total properties listed in Mississauga, Dixie makes up just 4.8%. The average asking price of a property in Dixie is $2,498,002, with an estimated mortgage of $8,462 per month. That is 2.1 times of the average asking price of $1,172,507 in Mississauga. Properties listed in Dixie are an average of 23 square feet, with 0.1 beds and 0.7 baths. Dixie has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Dixie, centred along Dixie Road just west of Highway 427, is a primarily commercial neighbourhood with some residential developments.
Dixie real estate is primarily commercial west of Dixie Road, In the eastern part of the neighbourhood, Dixie homes for sale can be found in small, mature subdivisions, particularly south of Dundas Street.
Dixie real estate is ideal for business owners, thanks to its location near Highway 427 and other major roads. This is also a very convenient neighbourhood for professionals and commuters.
MLS listings for Dixie feature predominantly commercial real estate, including offices and office suites, warehouses, and other industrial properties. Most homes in Dixie are cozy bungalow-type properties with sizeable yards.
Dixie takes its name from a small village that was originally located at Dundas Street and Cawthra Road. Originally known as Sydenham, the village’s name was changed to Dixie in 1865 in honour of prominent Welsh settler Dr. Beaumont Wilson Bowen Dixie.
In addition to Highway 427, other major roads near Dixie include Queen Elizabeth Way, The Queensway, Dixie Road, Dundas Street, and Cawthra Road. Public transportation is also available in the area, with connections to nearby GO stations.
Dixie Outlet Mall (1250 South Service Road) is located just east of Dixie. This large shopping centre includes a wide variety of family-favourite retailers and restaurants, such as Aeropostale and Payless.
Schools located near Dixie include Dixie Public School (1120 Flagship Drive) and Applewood Heights Secondary School (945 Bloor Street).
The state-of-the-art Canadian Ice Academy (3069 Universal Drive) is a must-visit for hockey enthusiasts. This facility boasts an Olympic-sized ice arena, a large studio rink, dance studio, and figure skating practice equipment. Programs and classes are available year-round for skaters of all skill levels.