We track years of completed developments, we then look at potential new developments and take in consideration things like appeal (demand) and infrastructure (updates).
Tucked away in southwest Mississauga, the village of Clarkson shares an eastern border with the city of Oakville, and attracts investors and homeowners with a fantastic network of commuter-friendly public transport, an abundance of waterfront properties, luxury condos, heritage townhomes and much more.
Clarkson village, a stunning waterfront village that connects the lake with multiple parks, is certainly not your average suburb, but in fact, it exceeds all expectations with state of the art amenities, and an active lifestyle, nestled in the heart of nature. Clarkson is sprawling over 25 km of stunning nature trails, and five major green spaces, such as the Meadow Wood, Jack Darling, the Rattray Conservation and Birchwood amongst others.
Clarkson has a thriving real estate market, and it provides easy access to QEW, Lakeshore Road, and also offers Rush Hour Express Trains to Toronto. Simply put, the innovative infrastructure and transportation networks have fuelled the growth of the real estate market, opening up exciting opportunities for investors and homeowners seeking to invest in condos and townhomes.
Located adjacent to Lorne Park, the real estate market of Clarkson is much different from that of its prosperous neighbour. Clarkson real estate is characterized by historic roots, a powerful cultural heritage, and increased affordability for buyers seeking luxury condos, and townhouses with a powerful, historic personality.
In many views, Clarkson is much similar to Lakeview, as the town welcomed real estate development after being dominated by its industrial roots for decades. Clarkson village offers a typical South Mississauga lifestyle with an abundance of entertainment facilities and some of the most fabulous nature walks.
As one of the oldest neighbourhoods of Mississauga, Clarkson retains a dynamic personality with a town that is brimming with affordable and appealing townhouses, sizeable bungalows, and villas dating back to the 1970s.
Clarkson is brimming with affordable condos, high-rise developments and a variety of budget-friendly options for those looking to buy or rent. Even if your budget is below $500K, Clarkson Village is brimming with strikingly impressive opportunities for homeowners.
Even though the schooling and education system of Clarkson cannot outshine that of its more affluent sibling, Lorne Park, it is home to several quality institutes. Clarkson ranked second last out of the 15 school zones in Mississauga, and given the close proximity of Lorne Park, your children can easily access the superior education system it has to offer. Nevertheless, it is home to two quality public elementary schools, the Owenwood PS and Clarkson PS.