Streetsville | Great Restaruants, Shops, and Sense of Community
Streetsville is bordered by the Credit River to the East, Erin Mills Pkwy and Mississauga Rd. to the West, just below HWY 401 to the North and above HWY 403 to the South. The self-named “Village in the City” of Streetsville proudly boasts many features that appeal to many when looking for a new community. Take a stroll down the Queen St. strip and take part in all the quaint restaurants and shops the village has to offer. There is never a shortage of community activity in Streetsville as all the neighborhoods are connected to form a true sense of togetherness. Be in downtown Toronto in just minutes with easy access to the Streetsville GO station, HWY 401 and HWY 403. Streetsville is filled with different styles of homes that are perfect for the upsizing, growing family. The many types of homes coupled with the great schools, make Streetsville a perfect place to call home.
A wonderful blend of established families who have lived there for years and younger families fond of the larger home sizes and yards. Think couples heading towards retirement as well as busy young family lifestyles all side by side.
First time home buyers as well as those looking to upsize from their townhouse and needing a little more space inside and out.
The self-named “Village in the City” of Streetsville proudly boasts many features that appeal to many when looking for a new community. Take a stroll down the Queen St. strip and take part in all the quaint restaurants and shops the village has to offer.
People who don’t like high traffic areas or limited GO train service.
There is a healthy mix of housing types from condos in “The Village” itself, to townhouses, semi-detached and detached homes of various ages. Many of the homes are walking distance to downtown Streetsville and the GO which is a dream.
The schools. Top rated schools for both the public and Catholic systems make Streetsville one of the most sought-after communities within Mississauga. Convenience to central Mississauga, shopping and all major highways only adds to its appeal and most residents, once settled here, stay. Who would want to miss the annual Bread and Honey Festival after all?
|School Name||Grades||Type||Programs||Website||Fraser Ranking||Address|
|Ray Underhill Public School||JK - 5||Public||N/A||Ray Underhill Public School||N/A||32 Suburban Drive|
|Vista Heights Public School||JK - 5||Public||French Immersion||Vista Heights Public School||N/A||89 Vista Blvd|
|Dolphin Sr. Public School||6 - 8||Public||N/A||Dolphin Sr. PS Website||N/A||18 Brookside Drive|
|Streetsville Secondary School||9 - 12||Public||N/A||Streetsville Secondary School Website||7.5||72 Joymar Drive|
|Saint Joseph Catholic Elementary School||K - 8||Separate||N/A||Saint Joseph Catholic Elementary School Website||5.7||249 Church Street|
|St. Aloysius Gonzaga Secondary School||9 - 12||Separate||N/A||St. Aloysius Gonzaga Website||8.0||2800 Erin Centre Blvd.|