Streetsville neighbourhood in Mississauga. Popular communities include Creditview, East Credit, Meadowvale Village, Meadowvale, Erin Mills.
Streetsville has 62 homes on the market. Of the 3033 total properties listed in Mississauga, Streetsville makes up just 2%. The average asking price of a property in Streetsville is $1,261,027, with an estimated mortgage of $4,272 per month. That is 1.1 times less of the average asking price of $1,340,966 in Mississauga. Properties listed in Streetsville are an average of 836 square feet, with 2.1 beds and 2.1 baths. Streetsville has 1.6% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Streetsville is a town in which the old meets the new: although care has been taken to maintain the original look of the historic downtown core, there are many modern homes in the surrounding subdivisions.
Streetsville homes for sale are situated in a mature community full of trees and greenery.
There is plenty of recreational green space near Streetsville real estate, including Streetsville Memorial Park, Turney Woods Park, and Vista Heights Park.
Streetsville real estate is ideal for families with young children, as there are many schools in the area and plenty of ways to have fun on weekends. The area is also located near three major highways, which makes it very convenient for commuters.
MLS listings for Streetsville feature a wide variety of detached homes, semi-detached homes, and townhouses, the majority of which are quite affordable and were built in the 1970s or later.
Streetsville’s founder, Timothy Street, was born to a British Loyalist family in the American colonies. In 1818, Street was one of a group of surveyors granted land in the territory that they had surveyed. Street resolved to build a mill along the Credit River, and in 1819 his saw and grist mill was completed.
Highway 401 is located just north of Streetsville, and Highway 403 is a short drive to the south. Highway 407 is also only a short distance north of Highway 401. Other major roads in the area include Erin Mills Parkway, Queen Street, and Creditview Road.
Streetsville’s charming shopping district can be found along Queen Street. This historic downtown area boasts an abundance of local boutiques, restaurants, galleries, professional offices, and more.
Schools available to Streetsville residents include Ray Underhill Public School (32 Suburban Drive), Dolphin Senior Public School (18 Brookside Drive), Vista Heights Public School (89 Vista Boulevard), and Streetsville Secondary School (72 Joymar Drive).
Streetsville is home to many yearly festivals and cultural events, including holiday celebrations and the Bread and Honey Festival.