Applewood Mississauga homes for sale are located on the very east and central end of Mississauga bordering. The geographic border is Cawthra on the West to Etobicoke Creek past Dixie to the East, Dundas to Burnhamthorpe South to North. Applewood is sandwiched between the great neighbourhoods of Rathwood, Mississauga Valleys, and Lakeview bordering Etobicoke in Toronto.
Real Estate In Applewood
Today Applewood Mississauga homes for sale is an established residential community, providing a variety of housing types including single and semi-detached dwellings, townhouses, apartments and such. Applewood is a beautiful neighbourhood, with close proximity to Square one, lake Ontario and Toronto.
Great transportation makes it an area of easy commuting. It has good public transport, Dixie GO Station is close by and Kipling subway station is just a bus ride away.
You can find a lot of older homes, either with beautiful renovations or good opportunities to renovate. This community has a heavy European population. The homes here offer large lots with plenty of space to play! Considering the price tag is about average to about average, it has a reasonable bang for your money. You will not be disappointed with the charm or the location!
Burnhamthorpe Community Centre and Applewood arena are great places to bring the family, which have plenty as well as diverse events throughout the year, such as Carasauga. The community has a fitness centre, library, hockey rink and offers lots of skating!
History of Applewood
The earliest settlements in the Applewood Mississauga Homes for sale District occurred in the villages of Dixie and Burnhamthorpe which were established during the mid-1800s. These villages developed as local service centres for the immediate rural areas, which were characterized by farms and orchards. By the late 1800s, Dixie had an established market gardening centre.
The Applewood District area remained predominantly rural until the mid-1950s when G.S. Shipp & Sons Ltd. began to develop the Applewood Heights subdivision at the corner of Dundas Street and Tomken Road. Around the same time, the Dixie Industrial Area south of Dundas Street was being developed for industrial.
Schools in Applewood
- Burnhamthorpe public
- Dixie Public
- Silverthorn Public
- Brian W Fleming Public
- St. Edmund Separate School
- Saint Timothy School
- Canadian Martyrs School
- École Élémentaire Catholique René-Lamoureux
- Glenforest Secondary School
- Applewood Heights Secondary