Streetsville, the original "Village" in the City of Mississauga, is located on the picturesque banks of the Credit River. The charm of a small town business section has been preserved and provides a tranquil refuge from modern day living. Quaint shops along Main Street are a sharp contrast to the Big Box Stores and shopping centres located only minutes away. Boundaries of this community are roughly Eglinton on the South, Britannia on the North, the Credit River on the East Side and Erin Mills Pkwy to the west.
Streetsville was name after Timothy Street, who surveyed the area in 1818 as part of a purchase from the Mississauga Indian Tribe. In return for his services he received a parcel of land on which he built a home in 1825. The Street homestead in only one of many historical properties that are maintained in the community.
Homes in Streetsville range from small bungalows close to the Village to luxury detached homes sprinkled throughout the area There are several newer townhome development and infill homes being built on comfortable mature lots.
You can purchase a semi-detached home in Streetsville for as little as $350,000, or a bungalow in need of updating starting in the low $400's. There are many moderate priced homes in the area, and just as many high end homes in Credit Point and in the Mississauga Rd/Eglinton area. In Streetsville the average home price is $623,133 with prices ranging fro $345,000 to $1,125,000.
These statistics provide the average selling prices for property sales in Sreetsville for from January 1, 2013 until October 1, 2013.. They are included for informational purposes ONLY. For more detailed or current information, please contact me.
The Bread and Honey Festival has been held in Streetsville on the first weekend in June since 1973 and the town is also the setting for the Mississauga Santa Clause Parade. Mississauga's renowned Mayor Hazel McCallion served as the mayor of Streetsville, from 1970-1973 prior to becoming mayor of Mississauga in 1978.
The following schools service Streetsville
Peel District Public School Board
Dolphin Sr. P S
Vista Heights P S
Streeetsville S S
Dufferin Peel Catholic School Board
St Joseph Elementary
St. Aloysius SS.
For information how these schools measure up. http://www.eqao.com/ You will need to enter the School Board and the name of the school
A GO Station in Streetsville, provides commuters with service to Toronto, or for those traveling by car, Streetsville offers easy access to the 401, 403 and 407.