Featured Neighbourhood - Credit Woodlands

 Featured Greater Toronto Real Estate - Credit Woodlands

   If you’re looking for a classic retreat close to the conveniences of a big city, but far enough from the bustle of downtown, look no farther than Credit Woodlands.

   Credit Woodlands embodies classic Mississauga charm. It is a winding road, nestled between the Credit River Valley, the Credit River Golf and Country Club, and Springfield Park. Most of the housing is classic, yet spacious, 1960s side splits, full of Modernist charm yet still loaded with modern conveniences. Some streets, such as Burnbrae Drive and Credit Heights Drive, boast magnificent ravine properties.

True to the real estate maxim of location, location, and location - Credit Woodlands has location covered! Just to the south is Dundas Street, which has all kinds of shopping and provides direct access to Etobicoke and Kipling Subway Station, which has its own passenger drop off. The 401 is also close by to the north, but far enough away that noise won’t be an issue. Mississauga Road provides your north-south access to Brampton, Square One or an up-and-coming downtown Mississauga that is rapidly establishing its identity as a destination in its own right. The Queen Elizabeth Way is also just a short distance south, along Mississauga Road, and will take you right into Downtown Toronto. The GO Lakeshore West line, including Port Credit and Clarkson Stations are also within easy reach and will take you right to Union Station without having to put up with rush hour traffic.

   How close you are to everything is part of the charm of Credit Woodlands. Schools, including Springfield Park, are right there in your neighbourhood. University of Toronto Mississauga is nestled in right across the Credit River. Sheridan College is an easy drive or GO ride away. Parks are everywhere; you’re practically in a park when you’re on Credit Woodlands. There are many sports fields for adults and kids alike within the parks, and are easy to get to even with sports equipment in tow. Baseball, soccer, tracks- they’re all there!

Shopping isn’t far away either. Square One, the biggest mall in the GTA, is just a short drive north and east. The Dixie Outlet Mall, Sheridan Centre and many more centres are an easy drive away. You’re also not far from the arteries that get you right into Toronto to shop!

Whether you’re a family, a couple or a single looking for more spacious accommodation, Credit Woodlands is the place for you! Quiet, convenient retreats like this aren’t easy to find in the Greater Toronto Real Estate market anymore, and Credit Woodlands is a prime example of what you can find in Mississauga.

    

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