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Multi Family Homes For Sale in Sheridan Park, Mississauga

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Sheridan Park

Part of the Greater Toronto Area metropolitan area, Sheridan Park is a neighbourhood within Mississauga, Ontario.


Driving is a great transportation option in Sheridan Park. It is very convenient to access a parking spot, and it is a short drive to the nearest highway, such as Queen Elizabeth Way, from any home in this neighbourhood. On the other hand, travelling by public transit is occasionally difficult in Sheridan Park. Nevertheless, homeowners are served by a few bus lines, and most residences are very close to a bus stop. Travelling by foot is not very popular in this neighbourhood, even though many daily needs can be met without the use of a car. Sheridan Park is also not very conducive to cycling since this part of the city is home to a rather poor cycling infrastructure, and the terrain is not particularly flat.


It is sometimes practical for house buyers in Sheridan Park to purchase their groceries by walking. Nevertheless, pharmacies are typically easy to get to on foot and provide some basic food items. Regarding education, it is a reasonably short walk to access daycares and schools from most houses for sale in this part of the city.


Sheridan Park offers a wide variety of green spaces to enjoy. There are a few public green spaces nearby for residents to check out, such as Sheridan Park, which makes them easy to access. It remains relatively serene in this area, thanks to the presence of very few pedestrians.


In Sheridan Park, around half of dwellings are single detached homes, while the rest are mainly townhouses. This area also has quite a good variety of unit sizes - however this part of Mississauga is particularly good for those looking for four or more bedroom homes. Roughly 95% of the dwellings in the neighbourhood are occupied by homeowners and the remainder are rented. Most housing in this part of Mississauga was built in the 1960s and 1970s, during its largest building boom.