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Lakeview Community in Mississauga

Lakeview Community - Entrance Sign - Elvis Vogrin

In the 1800’s the Mississauga Purchase was a land purchase treaty between the Mississauga Indians and the British Government which opened the doors for a new area for colonization. Lakeshore Road and Dundas Road were created to facilitate the new wave of immigrants. On Lakeshore Road, along each of the rivers, large creeks and cross roads and communities developed. They are known today as Burlington, Bronte, Oakville, Clarkson, Port Credit, Lakeview and Long Branch.

The Lakeview Mississauga community joined the Town of Mississauga in 1968. Lakeview was formerly a part of the Toronto Township which is located in East Port Credit in the southeastern corner of the city in Peel Region. Lakeview borders along the northern shore of Lake Ontario, south of Lake Shore Road, east of Etobicoke Creek and west of Cooksville Creek.

Lakeview Community - Google Map - Elvis Vogrin

This area was largely rural with small communities at various crossroads. The first airport in Canada was located on the present day grounds of the old Lakeview Generating Station. It was here that pilots were trained for overseas aerial warfare. The Federal government had obtained a large tract of lakefront land in the eastern end of Lakeview for various military purposes. Given the fact that many of the men were off fighting in the war, women were given the opportunity to become highly skilled trade people.

So by the 1840s, these areas turned their forests into farms, in fact, many streets in the Lakeview Community carry the family names of these same farmers and land owners today.

In the 1900s, this area was largely rurual with small communities at various crossroads. The first airport in Canada was located on the present day grounds of the old Lakeview Generating Station. It was here that pilots were trained for overseas aerial warfare. The Federal Government had obtained a larger tract of lakefront land in the eastern end of Lakeview used for military purposes at that time. Given the fact that many of the men were off fighting the war, women were given opportunities to become highly skilled trade people.

The Lakeview area today consists of a largely suburban economy with light industrial along much of the prime lakefront land south of Lakeshore Road.

With each shift in its composition, the Lakeview area continued to develop and change to reflect the needs of its community.

  

Inspiration Lakeview Re-Development Study Report, click here.

 

Developments in the Lakeview Community:

 "The Reserve at East Mississauga" (154 Townhouses and Flats), click here.

- East Mineola, Mississauga near Cawthra Road and Atwater Avenue

 "Elmwood" (Residences), click here.

- Port Credit, Mississauga (Coming Soon)

 

Amenities in the Lakeview Area

Lakeview Mississauga offers an array of stores for your convenience.

For Restaurants and Fast Food (Pump House Grill Co., Fired Up!, Scoops Ice Cream Shop are popular).

For Clothing, Shoes, Gifts, Luggage, Books, Electronics, Music, Videos, Pharmacy,
Dental or Toys and Baby Accessories,
you will find them at the Applewood Village Plaza
 and the Dixie Outlet Mall.

  

Schools in the Lakeview Area

Cawthra Park Secondary School, Mississauga, click here
Fraser Institute Ranking - 8.4/10

Gordon Graydon Memorial Secondary School, Mississauga, click here
Fraser Institute Ranking - 8.1/10

St. Paul Catholic Secondary School, Mississauga, click here
Fraser Institute Ranking - 7.1/10

St. Edmund Separate Catholic Secondary School, Mississauga, click here
Fraser Institute Ranking - 5.6/10

 

"The Lakeview Area is presently the most exciting community in Mississauga for development 
with the rapid changes in its infrastructure in and around the Lakefront.
  I have seen the development take place first hand since being a resident of Mississauga
for over 40 years." - Elvis

Real Estate in the Lakeview Area


Condominium prices range from $250,000 to $500,000

Townhome prices range from $600,000 to $1,100,000

Detached house prices range from $750,000 to $3,000,000

Mississauga Real Estate
Lakeview Community
First Quarter 2018 Sales


Home
Type
  Average Days
On Market
  Average
Selling Price
         
Detached Houses   33   $1,458,000
Semi-Detached Houses   0      $901,000
Townhouses   39      $867,000
Condo Townhouses   36      $531,000
Condo Apartments   90      $547,000


We are your Lakeview Specialists for Commercial, Residential or New Development Real Estate, call us today.

 


Elvis Vogrin, Broker
Royal LePage Realty Plus
905-601-4532


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