Fairview Real Estate
Fairview is located in south central Mississauga, between City Centre and Cooksville. A small community with a large proportion of both new and older immigrants, it consists of a mix of older family homes and condos. Its close proximity and easy access to Mississauga City Centre, and its affordable housing options make Fairview a great community for real estate investments or for those looking to be close to the City Centre’s economy.
About the Neighbourhood
Fairview is roughly bounded by Mavis Rd. in the west, Burnhamthorpe Road W and Riel Drive in the north, Hurontario St. in the east, and the CN railway in the south. Fairview is comprised mostly of detached homes and condos. Most of Fairview’s detached homes are between 20 and 40 years old, while condos tend to be between 10 and 20 years old, with some newer developments in the area. Condo apartments in Fairview range from $199,000 to $362,800, while condo townhomes range from $290,000 to $450,000. Click HERE to see available condos in Fairview. Semi-detached homes in Fairview range from $499,000 to $599,900. Detached homes range from $489,900 to $1.25 million. Click HERE to see all available single family homes.
About the Community
Fairview is located near Highway 403, located just north of the adjacent Mississauga City Centre. The area is well connected to Mississauga Transit which provides public bus service throughout the city. Go Transit provides commuter service at Cooksville Go Station along the Milton train line. Its close proximity to Mississauga City Centre also provides residents in Fairview easy access to the City Centre Go Terminal, providing bus service to various areas in the GTA.
Fairview is conveniently located just south of Mississauga City Centre, providing residents with easy access to the area’s many amenities, including the Mississauga Civic Centre and Square One Shopping Centre. Although Fairview itself does not have any community or recreational centres, a number of community centres in the surrounding areas are close enough for Fairview residents to enjoy, including Huron Park Recreation Centre and Arena, and the Mississauga Valley Community Centre. Fairview is also home to a number of parks and walking trails for residents to enjoy, including Fairview Park and Dr. Martin L. Dobkin Community Park.
Schools in Fairview
Three public elementary schools serve the Fairview community: Camilla Road Sr. Public School, Fairview Public School, and Munden Park Public School. T. L. Kennedy Secondary School is the area’s high school. Corsair Public School, Tomken Road Middle School, and Applewood Heights Secondary School serve the area for French Immersion. Visit peelschools.org for more information.
A number of Catholic schools serve Fairview. Bishop Scalabrini Separate School, Father Daniel Zanon, and St. Phillip Elementary School provide Catholic elementary education to Fairview students. Philip Pocock Catholic Secondary School is Fairview’s Catholic high school. Visit dpcdsb.org for more information.
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