If you’re considering a move to Mississauga or looking to relocate within the city, there are plenty of great neighbourhoods to choose from.

A popular locale for families, empty nesters and professionals alike is Clarkson Village. Located in the southwest corner of Mississauga, Clarkson Village is home to a number of popular dining establishments, unique stores, the Lakeshore Convention Centre and lovely green spaces.

Mississauga – Canada’s sixth largest city – continues to grow, in part due to the many benefits of its locale. Home to Canada’s largest airport, Mississauga is perfectly situated for business and global travel. It is the only city in the GTA serviced by seven major highways, meaning that Mississauga residents are able to take advantage of fast and convenient access on any given day. And locally, MiWay is THE way to get around the city! As the third largest public transit system in Ontario serving millions of riders per year, its commuter rail services and planned network of rapid transit will be a welcome addition to the city.

Clarkson Village is the oldest community in the city of Mississauga and was once known as the ‘Strawberry Capital of Ontario.’ The name ‘Clarkson’ comes from one the area’s first settlers, Warren Clarkson, a New Yorker who immigrated as a 15 year old in 1808. Clarkson bought up land and eventually opened the community’s first store along the stagecoach trail. Town Council later decided to name this trail Clarkson Road, as it is still known today. Both of the city’s historic museums, Benares House and Bradley Museum, call Clarkson home.

The Clarkson Village BIA organizes numerous family-friendly events throughout the year, including Summer in the Village, the Halloween Fun Festival, Christmas in Clarkson and Club Day. Residents of Clarkson Village enjoy easy access to the city’s waterfront and close proximity to the Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, the last remaining lakefront marsh between Toronto and Burlington.

 At The End Of  March  2018 (Average Price) 

   Condo Apt.           Semi-Detached             Detached

                                              $440,920               $657259                      $1,182,345

 

                          Market update 2016 (Average price):        

                 Condo Apt.             Condo Townhouse       Detached

                     $398,156                          $366,668                $795,716

 

Average  Price 2015 :

Att/Row/ Townhouse:   $603,500

                     Condo Apt :                   $441.040                      

Condo Townhouse:     $351.207   

   Detached  :                   $763,917    

Semi-Detached :         $453,878

 

  

Neighborhood Profile  (Clarkson community)

(Based on Statistics Canada Census Dissemination Areas 2014)

Media age of Population : 39.25

Average Household Income  : $85,774

Share of Census Families with Children (%) : 53,49

Share of Population by Marital Status:

Married  50,73 %

Single  27,32 %

Share Population by Ethnic Origin:

European origins 55.73%

Other North American Origins 21.71%

Asian origins 9.40%

Share of occupied Dwellings by Tenure:

Owned  69.70%

Rented 30.20%

Average  Price 2015 :

Att/Row/ Townhouse:   $603,500

Condo Apt :                   $441.040                        

Condo Townhouse:     $351.207   

Detached  :                   $763,917    

                                       $552,500 (Southdown West/Truscott)

                                       $1187,333 (Lakeshore)

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Semi-Detached :         $453,878

Schools: 

Clarkson Secondary School( 5star) (905) 822-6700

Clarkson Public School   (905) 823-4470