Lorne Park Real Estate

Located in the south end of Mississauga, Lorne Park is an upscale neighbourhood rooted in Mississauga’s early history. Originally home to the Mississauga Indians, it became a major logging village in the early 1800s. Lorne Park became home to Toronto’s elite, and has since continued to provide elegant and expensive living away from the busy city. With some of Mississauga’s top schools, Lorne Park’s quiet appeal makes it a high-demand neighbourhood for those willing to pay premium prices.

About the Neighbourhood

Lorne Park is roughly bounded by the QEW in the north, the Credit River in the east, the CN railway and Lake Ontario in the south, and Clarkson Road N and Birchwood Creek in the west. Lorne Park Estates is located just south of the Lakeshore West train line, between Jack Darling Memorial Park and Richard’s Memorial Park, and is home to a number of large estates on private roads. There is a wide variety in housing styles in Lorne Park, and with the exception of the Watercolours area in the east end, there are many Lorne Park homes over 30 years old. Condo townhomes in Lorne Park range from $369,900 to $879,000. Click HERE to see available condominiums in Lorne Park. Semi-detached homes range from $429,900 to $825,000. Detached Lorne Park homes range from $398,000 to $4,995,000. To see what single family homes are currently available, click HERE.

About the Community

Lorne Park is conveniently located alongside the QEW. Mississauga Transit serves the area along bus routes 14 and 23, providing public bus service to throughout Mississauga. Go Transit provides commuter service at nearby Clarkson and Port Credit Go Stations along the Lakeshore West train line.

Although Lorne Park itself is comprised almost entirely of residences, it is flanked in the east and west by Port Credit and Clarkson, both of which offer Lorne Park’s residents numerous amenities and entertainment opportunities. Nearby Clarkson Community Centre and Library offer numerous recreational and fitness activities and programs. Lorne Park is also home to many parks and walking trails for residents to enjoy, such as Whiteoaks Park, Rhododendron Gardens, and the Waterfront trail.

Schools in Lorne Park

Lorne Park is served by a number of public elementary schools, including Whiteoaks Public School, Owenwood Public School, Lorne Park Public School, Tecumseh Public School, Riverside Public School, and Hillcrest Middle School. Lorne Park Secondary School, which offers an Extended French program, is the area’s high school. Whiteoaks Public School and Hillcrest Middle School offer French Immersion programs. Visit peelschools.org for more information.

Two Catholic elementary schools serve Lorne Park: St. Luke Catholic Elementary School and St. Christopher Separate School. John Cabot Catholic Secondary School is Lorne Park’s Catholic high school. Visit dpcdsb.org for more information.


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