Fairview, Mississauga ($$$$)
The picture above is how the Cooksville Go Train station will soon look like after renovations. The station is in the South East Corner at Hurontario and Hillcrest. It is a staple of what is to come, modern changes to a very busy area of central Mississauga, Fairview. This area is busy, just south of Square one, but with lots of homes just steps away.
The location is Mavis to Hurontario, Burhamthorpe to Hillcrest (bascially the Go train line).
Real estate in Fairview
Square one town centre was built in 1973. Slowly after that the city was built onward. Most of Fairview was built from the mid 1970-1980s, making homes be 30-45 years old. The styles of homes vary from 2 story, bungalows, back splits, you name it. These homes also vary from their finishes, from really old needing a whole face lift to completely done up. Often finding a nice large lot is possible here. One thing for sure is being in this area is pricey. The location is excellent, amenities top class, schools, activities, transport area all fantastic.
Square one 1973
Schools in Fairview
Public Schools Catholic Schools
1. Chris Hadfield Public
2. Fairview Public school
1. Saint Philip Elementary School
2. Bishop Scalabrini School
Top Reasons to live in Fairview
Top 3 Reasons to choose Fairview
1. Close to Square one
2. Steps to Cooksville Go train station. Great overall transit
3. A nice residential community nestle in central Mississauga
Top 3 Reasons to live somewhere else
1. Its a fair busy area
2. Lots of new Condos coming up in the area. Your view from you house or backyard could have a condo building or two in it.
3.TL Kennedy is one of the lowest ranked high schools Mississauga.
Square one Now
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