Cooksville, another neighborhood in our great city, is located at the intersection of Dundas Street and Hurontario Street.
Cooksville was the residence of HIH Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna of Russia while in exile in Canada. And if that’s not enough, Harland Sanders lived there when he was first supervising the introduction of Kentucky Fried Chicken in Canada.
Cooksville offers everything from Yoga and Pilates to Tae Kwon Do classes. If that’s not enough it’s just a jump away to the Mississauga Valley’s Community Centre which offers swimming, fitness classes, squash courts, skating, an outdoor playground, a football field, and leagues which include basketball, volleyball, badminton and indoor soccer. No doubt there is something for everyone.
Cooksville is also the main transportation hub in Mississauga, with GO Transit rail and bus service and express city buses to Toronto Union Station. Cooksville GO Station is near the original corners of the settlement, and the MiWay and GO Bus Terminal is adjacent to the north parking lot of the Square One Shopping Centre to the north.
February 2018 Market Update( Average Price):
Condo Apt. Condo Townhouse Detached
$337.261 $588.238 $877.000
Market update 2016 (Average price): Condo Apt. Condo Townhouse Detached
First quarter : $235,687 $399,516 $947,280
Market update 2015.
Semi-Detached Detached Cawthra & Queensway (Hurontario/Qew )
List price (average) : $ 545,475 $1,107,823
Sold price(average): $ $542,236 $832,800
(Based on Statistics Canada Census Dissemination Areas 2015)
Media age of Population : 37.21
Average Household Income : $58.368
Share of Census Families with Children (%) : 43.54
Share of Population by Marital Status:
Married 48.54 %
Share Population by Ethnic Origin:
European origins: 52.21%
Other North American original: 8.85%
Asian origins: 30.47%
Share of occupied Dwellings by Tenure:
Average Price 2015 :
Free hold $668,981
Condo Townhouse $404,897