Lakeview Real Estate

Located in south Mississsauga, Lakeview has a long history rooted in early trading and farming, and its later involvement in the war. Lakeview was home to Canada’s first commercial air training airport and a number of war time munitions plants during World War II, and its history is reflected in the old town charm of its streets and homes. Lakeview’s close proximity to both Lake Ontario and Downtown Toronto means homes in this neighbourhood are always in high demand to investors and home owners alike.

About the Neighbourhood

Lakeview is roughly bounded by Queensway E in the north, Etobicoke Creek in the east, Lake Ontario in the south, and Cawthra Rd. in the west. Homes in Lakeview tend to be older than in other Mississauga homes, with the majority of homes being more than 25 years old, many of which are older than 50 years old. Renovations are common in Lakeview, with homes ranging from smaller pre- and post-war homes to larger suburban family homes. Condo apartments range from $190,000 to $685,000, while condo townhomes range from $400,000 to $550,000. Click HERE to see all available condominiums. Semi-detached homes in Lakeview range from $510,000 to $550,000. Detached homes are most common in Lakeview and range from $355,000 to $2.4 million. Click HERE to see all available single family homes in Lakeview.

About the Community

One of Mississauga’s major highways, the QEW, runs through Lakeview. Along with Lakeshore Rd. E, they provide Lakeview residents with easy access to Downtown Toronto. Mississauga Transit provides public bus service along bus routes 4, 5, 8, and 23. Go Transit provides regular commuter service toward Toronto at three nearby Go Stations: Long Branch and Port Credit Go Stations along the Lakeshore West train line, and Dixie Go Station along the Milton train line.

Major shopping and entertainment areas of both Toronto and Port Credit are easy to get to from Lakeview. Lakeview is also home to Dixie Outlet Mall, providing residents with local shops and services. Lakeview is home to both Lakeview Library and the Carmen Corbasson Community Centre, which offers a number of recreation and fitness activities, including a swimming pool and ice skating arena. For those who like to golf, Lakeview is also home to the Toronto Golf Club along Dixie Rd. A number of parks and walking trails can be found throughout the neighbourhood for residents to enjoy, including the large Cawthra Park and Lakefront Promenade Park.

Schools in Lakeview

Lakeview is served by a number of public schools. For elementary education, Lakeview is served by Allan A. Martin Sr. Public School, Janet I. McDougald Public School, and Westacres Public School. Cawthra Park Secondary School, which offers a specialty arts program, and Gordon Graydon Memorial Secondary School are the area’s two high schools. A number of nearby schools also offer Lakeview students French Immersion programs. Visit for more information.

From the Catholic school board, Lakeview is served by Queen of Heaven Separate School, St. Dominic Separate School, and St. Edmund Separate School. Iona Catholic Secondary School is Lakeview’s Catholic high school. Visit for more information.

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