About Port Credit
Port Credit neighbourhood in Mississauga. Popular communities include Mineola, Cooksville, Lorne Park, Lakeview, Applewood.
Port Credit has 86 homes on the market. Of the 3153 total properties listed in Mississauga, Port Credit makes up just 2.7%. The average asking price of a property in Port Credit is $1,500,967, with an estimated mortgage of $5,085 per month. That is 1.2 times of the average asking price of $1,252,417 in Mississauga. Properties listed in Port Credit are an average of 1297 square feet, with 2.3 beds and 2.7 baths. Port Credit has 16.3% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Port Credit is a fairly small waterfront community that boasts a charming downtown core.
Port Credit homes for sale are situated in a community full of mature trees and a distinctive older feel. Many of the most sought-after homes in this area are set along the lakeshore.
Port Credit’s lakefront parks, such as J. C. Saddington Park and Tall Oaks Park, are one of the most attractive aspects of the neighbourhood.
Port Credit real estate offers its residents easy access to all of the amenities of a historic downtown core, such as shopping and cultural events. There is always something fun to do, whether exploring Lakeshore Road or enjoying one of the neighbourhood’s lakefront paths.
MLS listings for Port Credit feature detached homes, the majority of which are 25-50 years old, as well as townhouses and condos.
In the 1700s, the area that would become Port Credit was inhabited by the Mississauga Ojibwe people. The area around the mouth of the river became a meeting place between European traders and native people. In the early 1800s, a harbour community was established, and for many years the port was used by settlers and native people alike.
Lakeshore road bisects the community, and is Port Credit’s main business thoroughfare. Hurontario Street also runs through the heart of the neighbourhood. Queen Elizabeth Way is located just northwest of Port Credit, and is accessible via Hurontario Street.
There are many local boutiques, art galleries, restaurants, and other businesses to explore in the charming downtown core along Lakeshore Road.
Schools available to Port Credit families include Riverside Public School (30 John Street North), Forest Avenue Public School (20 Forest Avenue), and Port Credit Secondary School (70 Mineola Road East).
There is always something to do on the waterfront. Families can spend hours boating or playing on the shore, and end the day with a meal at one of Lakeshore Road’s many restaurants. Port Credit also has a healthy nightlife for a town of its size. Residents can take in some live music at a pub after-hours or spend the night dancing.