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Condos For Sale in Southdown, Mississauga

Condos For Sale in Southdown, Mississauga

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Located within the Greater Toronto Area metropolitan area, Southdown is a neighbourhood in Mississauga, Ontario.


The preferred transportation option in Southdown is usually a car. It is very easy to park. On the other hand, Southdown is not particularly transit friendly. Thankfully, there is the Clarkson Station on the Lakeshore West Line. There is Clarkson Go Station Platform 9 on the 110 | University Express. There are a few bus lines, and bus stops are usually nearby. Southdown is not especially conducive to cycling as Southdown has a sometimes poor bicycling infrastructure, and the area is not particularly flat. Thankfully, a few enjoyable pockets for bicycling exist. It is also difficult for people travelling on foot to navigate Southdown since running daily errands is sometimes challenging.


Some, but not all, house buyers in Southdown will live within walking distance of the closest grocery store. There are also a few choices for those who value nearby restaurants and cafes. With respect to education, it is a rather short walk to reach primary schools and daycares from anywhere in this area. However, there are no high schools in Southdown.


There is a great variety of green spaces in Southdown. There are a few parks close by for residents to relax in, such as Lakeside Park and Harding Waterfront Estate, which makes it easy to get to them from a lot of locations within this part of Mississauga. Finally, as there are very few pedestrians, this part of the city remains relatively quiet.


In Southdown, around 40% of dwellings are small apartment buildings, whereas the rest are mainly large apartment buildings and townhouses. This neighbourhood is primarily composed of two bedroom and three bedroom homes. About 60% of the population of this neighbourhood own their home while renters make up the remainder. This part of Mississauga experienced its main construction boom in the 1960s and 1970s, so most of the available housing stock is from this time period.