Mississauga Lisgar

Once a burgeoning forerunner village, Lisgar is at present a Mississauga neighbourhood full of suburban development. Found in the northwestern part of Mississauga, Lisgar borders the Halton Area. If you are looking for a demographically mixed and prominently located neighbourhood to call “home”, we encourage you to think about all that Lisgar has to give.
Historical Lisgar
In 1819 families settled along the Meadowvale Sideroad, which is now marked by the Derry Road and Winston Churchill Boulevard junction. Lisgar started to develop into a community with the creation of a small log schoolhouse in 1823 which also served as the city meeting place and church. As the community kept on growing, a bigger church was established on some of John Switzer’s land. The community also included an inn found on the southeast side of Derry Road and Winston Churchill Boulevard, named “The Black Horse Tavern”. The significant charm that dots the modern-day Lisgar community is confined to two historical graveyards the Switzer’s ( Eden ) Cemetery and the KIndree Family Cemetery and the newer built church.
Lisgar Today
The Lisgar community has a border with Highway 401 in the north, Tenth line in the east, Britannia Road in the south and Road 407 in the west. A suburban family locale, Lisgar provides simple access to colleges, shopping, and nature. Trelawny Public School, Lisgar Middle Public College, Meadowvale Secondary College, and Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Secondary School are conveniently found within walking distance. The Lisgar GO Station and Mississauga Transit provide superb access to public transport, while the spitting distance to the 401 and 407 are ideal for commuters. As a actually family-oriented community, there’s an abundance of green space like the Lisgar Meadow Brook Trail and the Tobias Mason Park. Lisgar is classified as an essentially middle to higher class community composed of house owners with a little per cent of renters.
Living in Lisgar
There are a variety of types houses for sale in Mississauga.
Currently, a considerable number of detached and semi-detached houses are for sale in this Mississauga locale. Homes in Mississauga, specifically in Lisgar, were built between 1985 and Two thousand and range all the way from $300,000 to $700,000. Take a drive down Lisgar Drive, Yarrow Avenue, Osprey Boulevard, Forest Bluff Crescent, Gracefield Drive, Mockingbird Lane, Snow Goose Lane, and Trelawny Circle for a glance at the detached home offerings. Bansbridge Crescent currently has semi-detached homes on offer, which are ideal for smaller families while Dillingwood Drive has a mixture of both detached and semi-detached properties.
To get more info on available lists in Lisgar or other Mississauga neighbourhoods, contact Tom now. 416-992-5010